Seminar Schedule Spring 2019


Friday, February 8, 2019, 2:30pm


Pierce Hall 213

Spring 2019

The EconCS Group holds an Economics and Computer Science research seminar each semester.

Fall 2018 meetings are held at 2:30 to 4pm Fridays in Pierce Hall 213.
Seminar Coordinators for Spring '19 are Sophie
Hilgard, & Juntao Wang,


February 8               

Giro Cavallo (Yahoo Research)



Manipulation of Would-be Free-riders


February 15

Ben Green


Disparate Interactions: An Algorithm-in-the-Loop Analysis of Fairness in Risk Assessments


February 22 Sarah Keren  

Goal Recognition Design and Beyond

March 1 Daniel Moroz and Phil Daian (Cornell Tech)   Economic 'Misbehavior' (and more) in the Blockchain World
March 15

Eran Toch (Cornell Tech, Tel Aviv University)

  The Value of Privacy in Mobile Crowdsourcing
March 29 Vasilis Syrgkanis (MSR-NE)  

Inference on Auctions with Weak Assumptions on Information

April 5

Negin Golrezaei (MIT Sloan)

  Dynamic Incentive-Aware Learning:  Robust Pricing in Contextual Auctions
April 12 Omer Ben-Porat (Technion)   Regression Equilibrium
April 19 Dean Eckles (MIT)   Stochastic Seeding Strategies in Networks
April 26 Berk Ustun (Harvard)  

Actionable Recourse in Linear Classification


See also: Seminar history