Here is a curated list of regular events. For a comprehensive overview, please refer to my CV.
The Virtual Market Design Seminar Series is an inclusive online and inter-institutional series, providing a platform for academics to present their work across various fields of market design.
Seminars take place bi-weekly on Mondays at CET (Paris time). Recordings of past seminars since October 2021 are available on our Youtube account. To stay updated about upcoming talks, you can follow us on Twitter and BlueSky.
These workshops were co-organized with Christina Pawlowitsch at Panthéon-Assas University. The primary aim of these workshops was to facilitate collaboration among researchers from various disciplines, including economics, mathematics, computer science, sociology, biology, and linguistics, who explore signaling phenomena using formal, game-theoretic models.
The 1st workshop, Signaling in Markets, Auctions, and Games, took place on May 22-23, 2019. The 2nd workshop, Signaling in Social Interactions, was initially scheduled for a different date but was postponed due to the pandemic situation. It finally took place on June 8-9, 2022.
This yearly doctoral meeting is designed for PhD candidates in economics at Paris-Saclay University and is jointly organized by the CEPS (ENS Paris-Saclay & Univ. of Evry-Val d'Essonne), PSAE and the RITM The 3rd edition of the meeting will take place at PSAE on Thursday, May 30, 2024. More information here..