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Oligo Society

Oligo Society

The Oligo Society is a circle of economists interested in the game-theoretic analysis of competition. Topics of particular interest include industrial organization, contests, and auctions.

The oligo workshop series was started in 2013. Since then, the organizing committee has steadily grown by electing local organizers into the committee.

The Oligo Society is organized as a not-for-profit association ("Verein") under Swiss law. (Bylaws of the Oligo Society)

The Oligo Society organizes one workshop each year, usually in early June. If you are interested in local organization of a future workshop, please contact any member of the scientific committee.

Upcoming Workshop

Nicosia, University of Cyprus, June 3-5, 2022

Keynote speaker: Patrick Rey | Local organizer: Nikolas Tsakas

The workshop is planned as a physical meeting.

Updated call for papers

Link to the conference page

Previous Workshops

2021 Maastricht (Virtual)

Keynote speaker: David Myatt | Local organizers: Iwan Bos, Christian Ewerhart

Link to the conference page

2020 Virtual

Keynote speaker: Natalia Fabra | Local organizers: Christian Ewerhart, Sergei Izmalkov, Attila Tasnádi

Final Program

2019 Nottingham

Keynote speaker: Mark Armstrong | Local organizer: Debasmita Basak

Link to the conference page

2018 Piraeus

Keynote speaker: Costas Arkolakis | Local organizer: Nickolas Michelakacis

Link to the conference page

2017 Moscow

Keynote speaker: Jacques François Thisse | Local organizer: Sergei Izmalkov

2016 Paris

Keynote speaker: Giancarlo Spagnolo | Local organizer: David Ettinger

2015 Madrid

Keynote speaker: Luis Cabral | Local organizer: Luis Corchón

2014 Rome

Keynote speaker: Jean Gabszewicz | Local organizer: Marco Marini

2013 Budapest

Keynote speaker: Botond Köszegi | Local organizer: Attila Tasnádi

Scientific Committee

Debasmita Basak, University of Nottingham

Iwan Bos, Maastricht University

Luis Corchón, Carlos III University

David Ettinger, University Paris-Dauphine

Christian Ewerhart, University of Zurich

Sergei Izmalkov, New Economic School Moscow

Marco Marini, Sapienza University of Rome

Nickolas J. Michelacakis, University of Piraeus

Attila Tasnádi, Corvinus University of Budapest