Fifty economists will meet for two weeks from 3 July at the Study Center Gerzensee in Switzerland. The Symposium is organized by CEPR jointly with the Study Center, a foundation of the Swiss National Bank.
At ESSET 2006, there will be two half-day workshops, one each week. The workshops in the first
week will be on The Economics of Social Networks with Matthew Jackson, Andrea Galeotti,
Sanjeev Goyal, Fernando Vega-Redondo, Leeat Yariv, Garance Genicot, Francis Bloch, Shachar Kariv,
Douglas Gale and Syngioo Choi.
In the second week the workshops will be on Boundedly Rational Beliefs in Games with
Ran Spiegler, Ariel Rubinstein, Pierpaolo Battigalli, Martin Dufwenberg and Muhamet Yildiz.
The Organizing Committee of ESSET 2006 consists of Philippe Bacchetta, Antoni Calvó-Armengol (co-ordinator first week), Leonardo Felli (chairman), Patrick Legros, Margaret Meyer, Andrea Prat (co-ordinator second week), Patrick Rey and Xavier Vives.