Texas Economic Theory Camp
Department of Economics, Rice University
November 4-6, 2022
The purpose of this conference is to foster interaction among researchers in Texas working on pure and applied theory, and to provide a forum for faculty and PhD students to present their current research. Each participating institution nominates up to three speakers (faculty and PhD students). Any paper (including work in progress) with significant theoretical content (independent of the area of application) is welcome.
Leeat Yariv (Princeton University)
Kraft Hall, Room 110, Rice University
Kraft Hall is located at the corner of College Way and Alumni Drive. (Google Maps | Campus Interactive Map)
The closest garage is the Central Campus Garage, located here. The daily rate is $12. See also here for an interactive map of Rice and further parking options.
Several hotels with special Rice rates close to campus can be found here.
Santanu Roy (SMU): “Repeated Trading, Transparency and Market Structure”
Mingzi Niu (Rice): “Procrastination under Uncertainty”
Yihang Zhou (UT Austin): "Strategic Experimentation with Two-side Uncertainty"
|5:30pm||Reception||Kraft Hall 130|
Thomas Wiseman (UT Austin): “Dynamics and Efficiency in Decentralized Online Auction Markets”
|11:00-12:00pm||Leeat Yariv (Princeton University): Keynote Lecture|
|12:00-2:00pm||Lunch and Poster Session|
Valon Vitaku (TAMU): “Salience in Choice under Risk: An Experimental Investigation”
Svetlana Boyarchenko (UT Austin): “Life cycle of startup financing”
|5:30pm||Dinner||Kraft Hall 130|
Samson Alva (UT San Antonio): “Robust Efficiency for Random Allocation”
Humberto Moreira (FGV/EPGE): “Risk Classification in Insurance Markets with Risk and Preference Heterogeneity” (joint w/ Vitor Farinha Luz and Piero Gottardi)
Nina Bobkova, Hulya Eraslan, Mallesh Pai