STICERD Economic Theory Seminars
Interactions across Multiple Games: Cooperation, Corruption, and Organizational Design
Nicole Immorlica (Microsoft), joint with Jonathan Bendor (Stanford), Lukas Bolte (Stanford) and Matthew O. Jackson (Stanford)
Thursday 23 March 2023 15:30 - 17:00
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About this event
Teams face a variety of strategic situations. It is socially beneficial for teams to cooperate in productive but not in corrupt ones. However, cooperation in one situation may depend on expectations of cooperation in others. We identify when it is that sustaining socially desirable cooperation necessitates undesirable cooperation. We characterize how cooperation is shaped by the absolute and relative payoffs to cooperation across various tasks, as well as the frequency with which people are reshuffled across teams and whether teams can be specialized in the tasks they face.
Economic Theory Seminars are held on Thursdays in term time at 15:30-17:00, both ONLINE and IN PERSON in SAL 3.05.
Seminar organisers: Dr Andrew Ellis and Dr Christopher Sandmann.
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