The Saarland Workshop in Economic Theory was held at Saarland University on September 1-2, 2022.

Speakers:     Jose Carlos R. Alcantud (University of Salamanca, Spain), Ritxar Arlegi (Public University of Navarre, Spain), Martin Bichler (Technical University of Munich, Germany), Rene van den Brink (Free University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Shurojit Chatterji (Singapore Management University, Singapore), Gregorio Curello (University of Bonn, Germany), David Delacretaz (University of Manchester, UK), Gabrielle Demange (Paris School of Economics, France), Dinko Dimitrov (Saarland University, Germany), Battal Dogan (University of Bristol, UK), Michel Grabisch (University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France), Ani Guerdjikova (University of Grenoble Alpes, France), Hans Peters (Maastricht University, The Netherlands), Agnieszka Rusinowska (Sorbonne Economics Center (CES), France), Alexander Westkamp (University of Cologne, Germany), Yongjie Yang (Saarland University, Germany).

  September 1, 2022
09:30 - 09:40Dinko DimitrovOpening remarks
09:45 - 10:20Gabrielle Demange

Dual activities in a social network

10:20 - 10:55Ani GuerdjikovaOptimism leads to optimality: Ambiguity in network formation
11:20 - 11:55Alexander WestkampOptimal sequential implementation
11:55 - 12:30Gregorio CurelloThe comparative statics of persuasion
14:00 - 14:35Hans PetersMechanisms for division problems with single-dipped preferences
14:35 - 15:10David DelacretazWhen Lindahl and Samuelson meet Clarke and Groves
15:10 - 15:45Martin BichlerEquilibrium learning in auctions and contests
16:15 - 16:50Shurojit ChatterjiDecentralizability of efficient allocations with heterogeneous forecasts
  September 2, 2022
09:35 - 10:10Battal DoganFrom choice rules to matching rules
10:40 - 11:15Jose Carlos R. AlcantudRationalization of choices by rationalizable balloting
11:15 - 11:50Yongjie YangThe nonmanipulative vote-deficits of voting rules
13:30 - 14:05Agnieszka RusinowskaDegree centrality and externalities in networks
14:05 - 14:40Ritxar ArlegiAversion to incomplete preferences
14:40 - 15:15Michel GrabischOn the convex hull of k-additive 0-1 capacities and its application to model identification in decision making
15:45 - 16:20Rene van den BrinkBalanced externalities and the proportional allocation of nonseparable contributions
16:20 - 16:55Dinko DimitrovPerceptual equivalence, equal division, and the Shapley value