1st Symposium on the Analysis of Revealed Preference (SARP)

  • Georgios Gerasimou (Organiser)

    Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in or organising a conference


    The symposium was organized by Georgios Gerasimou and discussed the latest developments on revealed preference analysis and its applications in general, competitive, uncertain, intertemporal as well as strategic and collective choice domains.

    Details of the academic program are as follows:

    John Quah (Johns Hopkins University):
    "A revealed preference theory of monotone choice and strategic complementarity"

    Marco Mariotti (Queen Mary, University of London):
    "Revealed complementarity"

    Federico Echenique (California Institute of Technology):
    "Testable implications of models of intertemporal choice: Exponential discounting and its generalizations"

    Tilman Börgers (University of Michigan):
    "Revealed relative utilitarianism"

    Heracles Polemarchakis (University of Warwick):
    "The identification of beliefs from asset demands"
    Period26 Mar 2016
    Event typeOther


    • SARP
    • Revealed Preference
    • Strategic Choice
    • Complementarities
    • Intertemporal Choice
    • Utilitarianism
    • Asset Demands