The 27th Jerusalem School in Economic Theory

The Theory of Networks

Event date: June 27 - July 6, 2016

Organizers:
    Eric Maskin, General Director (Harvard University)
    Elchanan Ben-Porath, Codirector (The Hebrew University)
    Matthew Jackson (Stanford University)
    Benjamin Golub (Harvard University)

     


    Lecturers:
     

    NAME (click for papers)AFFILIATION
    Yann BramoulleAix-Marseille University, FRANCE
    Esther DufloMIT, USA
    Matt ElliottCalifornia Institute of Technology, USA
    Andrea GaleottiThe European University Institute, Florence
    Benjamin GolubHarvard University, USA
    Sanjeev GoyalUniversity of Cambridge, UK
    Matthew JacksonStanford University, USA
    Adam SzeidlCentral European University, Budapest, Hungary
     Leeat YarivCalifornia Institute of Technology, USA

     

    Economic and social interactions often take place through a network - a collection of individuals together with a structure of pairwise connections between them. This year’s Summer School will be devoted to the theory of networks. Aside from presenting the basic theoretical ideas, the School will also include econometric and experimental work and applications to finance and development, among other fields.