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Algebraic Economics

Description

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This workshop will bring together experts and young researchers from the fields of algebraic statistics and economics interested in tackling challenging problems in social sciences, public policy, and urban development. The workshop is aimed at fostering collaboration and  identifying emerging trends between the two fields that traditionally have not interacted much. Experts will present state of the art research on topics that include data privacy, causal inference, dynamical systems, network models, game theory, information trade, and auctions. These are topics that have been classically studied in both fields but in different frameworks. For this reason, plenty of time will be devoted to creating a common language and for discussion of open problems.

Organizers

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M K
Mladen Kolar University of Chicago
S P
Sonja Petrović Illinois Institute of Technology
P Z
Piotr Zwiernik University of Toronto

Speakers

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B A
Bryon Aragam University of Chicago
W A
Weslynne Ashton Illinois Institute of Technology
M B
Marie Brandenburg MPI Leipzig
S D
Souvik Dhara Brown University
R E
Robin Evans Oxford University
F G
Fabrizio Germano Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Y G
Yuqi Gu Columbia University
B H
Ben Hollering MPI Leipzig
K J
Kenneth Judd Stanford University
V K
Vishesh Karwa Temple University
G M
Geert Mesters Universitat Pompeu Fabra
D P
Debdeep Pati Texas A&M University
I P
Irem Portakal Technical University of Munich
A S
Aleksandra Slavković Pennsylvania State University
L S
Liam Solus KTH Stockholm
Y W
Yuhao Wang Tsinghua University

Registration

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