Seminars and Conferences
Lancaster Game Theory Conference
The 3rd Lancaster Game Theory Conference (LGTC2017) will be held on 17th – 18th November 2017 at the Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster University, UK.
The purpose of the conference is to bring together game theorists in the UK to present and discuss original research in the area and also to build up a network between them and Lancaster. The conference will consist of plenary talks and contributed sessions, and will address all aspects of game theory, including its applications and experimental work.
The three keynote speakers of the Conference are:
Philippe Jehiel (University College London and Paris School of Economics)
Martin Pesendorfer (London School of Economics)
Eyal Winter (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
We now call for participation in the conference that is open to all academics. Submission of papers within the areas of theoretical, experimental and applied game theory is encouraged.
The programme of the conference is now available here.
Lancaster Game Theory Conference 2017 (LGTC2017) is being hosted by the Department of Economics at the Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) and organised by Alexander Matros (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) and Sonali Sen-Gupta (email: email@example.com).
We welcome everyone interested to attend this conference. If you want to join us please send your details by email to Sonali SenGupta (email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Please write the subject of the email as ‘LGTC2017: registration’. Please note that the deadline for the registration is 15th October 2017.
For programme details of the last two years conference follow the links below:
Lancaster University is located about 3 miles south of Lancaster. Therefore, we would encourage you to book your accommodation on campus, where you can choose between the Lancaster House Hotel (a 4* hotel) or the Campus Bed & Breakfast. If you prefer to stay in the city, we would recommend the Toll House Inn (since it is located on the bus routes that link the city with the university).