15th Coalition Theory Network Workshop

June 17-18, 2010  -  Marseille, France

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Please note that the 9th
LAGV Conference will be
held in Marseille on June
21-22. Take the opportunity
to attend both conferences
(visit the LAGV website)


The next Coalition Theory Network (CTN) Workshop will take place in
Marseille, France, June 17-18, 2010.
This workshop will present the
state of the art of theoretical and empirical aspects in coalition/network
formation and matching. We cordially invite you to attend.

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Keynote speakers will be

Kaivan Munshi (Brown University)

Parag Pathak (MIT)

Adam Szeidl (Berkeley University)

The Coalition Theory Network (CTN) is an association of eight high level
scientific institutions, aimed at the advancement and the diffusion of
research in the area of coalition formation. The current members are:
The history of the CTN began in 1995, when FEEM joined the CORE in the
organisation of a workshop on the theory of coalition formation. The success
of the workshop pushed CORE and FEEM to organise a second workshop in
1997 (Louvain), and then a third one in 1998 (Venice). At this third workshop,
a Coalition Theory Network (CTN) was formally created with the initial
membership of CORE, FEEM, GREQAM and the Johnson Centre at
Southern Methodist University in Dallas (SMU). These yearly meetings
continued annually, hosted in turn by the partner institutions.

    This event is organised by GREQAM and is financially supported by Université de la Méditerranée, Université
    de Provence, IDEP,
CNRS, Conseil Régional PACA, Conseil Général des Bouches-du-Rhône, EHESS, GREQAM.