When: Wednesday 4th — Friday 6th July 2018
Where: University of Oxford, department of computer science
The second workshop on open games and compositional economics will be held in Oxford from 4th — 6th July 2018. It is colocated with (but not affiliated with) the Federated Logic Conference. Attendance is by invitation.
The first workshop on open games was held at the University of Strathclyde in July 2017.
Please register by filling in the form here.
The core topic of the workshop is the theory of open games and their applications in economics. This year we are also emphasising the following new directions:
- (Open) games on (open) networks
- Compositional or categorical accounts of numerical analysis and computation
- Applications of game theory to natural language semantics
Additionally, any application of category theory or compositionality to economics is on-topic.
The programme can be found here.
We have scheduled 11 lightning talks of 15 minutes each. To suggest or request a lightning talk, please use the form here.
Travel & accommodation
Information on accommodation in Oxford can be found on the Federated Logic Conference website here. (Since we are not affiliated with them, please do not use a FLOC discount code unless you are also attending a FLOC event!)
Note: For those taking the train, Oxford train station will close from Saturday 6th for 2 weeks due to construction work. For more information see:
Buses will replace trains between Oxford and Didcot Parkway to the south (on the line from London Paddington) and Banbury to the north. You can also travel to Oxford Parkway station (which is on the line from London Marylebone) and take the 500 bus to the city centre. If you are flying from Heathrow, you should take the Airline coach.