Econometrics of Games, Matching and Networks

16–18 juin 2021


Background and objective

The objective of the conference, organized jointly by CEMMAP and the Toulouse School of Economics is to present and discuss the recent advances in the econometrics of Games, Matching and Networks. The conference will include both theoretical and empirical contributions from some of the top leaders of the field.

Organizing committee

Christian Bontemps (ENAC, TSE), Andrew Chesher (CEMMAP, UCL) and Cristina Gualdani (TSE)

Online Conference

Participation by invitation only

Confirmed speakers

Eric Auerbach (Northwestern University)

Caterina Calsamiglia (IPEG)

Luis Candelaria (University of Warwick)

P.A. Chiappori (Columbia University)

Jeremy Fox (Rice University)

Alfred Galichon (NYU)

Matthew Gentry (Florida State University)

Bryan Graham (UC Berkeley)

Cristina Gualdani (Toulouse School of Economics)

Yinghua He (Rice University)

Koen Jochmans (University of Cambridge)

Natalia Lazzati (UC Santa Cruz)

Tong Li (Vanderbilt University)

Marleen Marra (Sciences Po)

Ariel Pakes (Harvard University)

Eleonora Patacchini (Cornell University)

Adam Rosen (Duke University)


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