On March 5 and 6, 2018, the RSI hosted a research workshop on “New Challenges, New Objectives and New Tools for Public Policy” with international speakers and panelists and participants from Bonn and Cologne.
The 33rd Annual Congress of the European Economic Association and the 71st European Meeting of the Econometric Society (EEA-ESEM 2018) will take place at the University of Cologne from August 27 to August 31. The Reinhard Selten Institute (RSI) will organizes a lunch session with a special focus on Market Design at which new challenges, tools and objectives in that field will be discussed.
On January 16 and 17 Laura Doval (California Institute of Technology) presented her work on Sequential Information Design in Cologne and Bonn. The seminar was part of the joint seminar series of the economics departments of the universities of Bonn and Cologne which hosts outstanding speakers at both locations.
For the first time, the Reinhard Selten Institute (RSI) offers Seed Funding Grants for excellent collaborative research projects in all areas of Economics.
On November 24 and 25, 2017 the “RSI & ERC Workshop on the Theory of Voting and Elections” took place in Bonn.
Speaker Shengwu Li (Harvard Society of Fellows) presented his work on “Credible Mechanism Design” on October 24 and 25, 2017 at the University of Cologne and at the University of Bonn.
The Cluster of Excellence initiative “ECONtribute: Markets & Public Policy”, a joint project by the universities of Bonn and Cologne, is invited to submit a full proposal in the framework of Germany’s Excellence Strategy. Read more
The economics departments of the Universities of Bonn and Cologne jointly hosted a meeting of the prestigious Review of Economic Studies (REStud) Tour 2017 as part of the Bonn-Cologne Joint Seminar Series.
The Universities of Bonn and Cologne jointly hosted a memorial conference in honor of Nobel Laureate Prof. Reinhard Selten (1930 – 2016) on April 28, 2017 in Bonn.
The Universities of Bonn and Cologne jointly founded the Reinhard Selten Institute (initially named Bonn-Cologne Research Institute in Economics).