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§  Employment history and research experience

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§  Master and PhD theses supervision

§  List of publications and research papers

§  Summer Schools

§  Research visits and invited seminars

§  Conference and workshops  

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Last updated:  April 8th, 2014

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AFFILIATION:

Dr Agnieszka RUSINOWSKA

                          

Directeur de Recherche 2ème classe (DR2) / Research Professor

HDR (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches)

 

CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) 

CNRS UMR 8174 - Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne

Paris School of Economics (associated researcher)

 

Mailing address:

Université Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne

Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne
106-112 Boulevard de l'Hôpital
75647 Paris Cedex 13, France

 

E-mail:       Agnieszka.Rusinowska@univ-paris1.fr

Webpage:   http://www.gate.cnrs.fr/perso/rusinowska

 

Tel.: + 33(0) 1 44 07 82 12;  Fax: + 33(0) 1 44 07 83 01 

 

 

 


RESEARCH TOPICS

Game Theory, Operations Research, Social Choice Theory:

-          Influence

-          Network Formation

-          Coalition Formation

-          Voting Power

-          Bargaining Theory

 


EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

1)      Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (HDR) obtained at GATE - Université Lumière Lyon 2, Ecully (Lyon), France

-          Title: Models of bargaining, coalition formation, voting power and influence

-          Date of award: 24.09.2008

-          Committee members:

Prof. Francis Bloch (Ecole Polytechnique) - president of the committee

Prof. Abhinay Muthoo (University of Warwick)

Prof. Jean-Louis Rullière (Univesité Lumière Lyon 2) - referee

Prof. Donald G. Saari (University of California Irvine) - referee

Prof. Maurice Salles (Université de Caen) - referee

Prof. Stef Tijs (Tilburg University)

2)      Ph.D. thesis in Economics submitted at the Warsaw School of Economics:

-          Title: Bargaining problem with non-stationary preferences of the players

-          Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Honorata Sosnowska (Warsaw School of Economics)

-          Date of award: 20.06.2000

-          Rector Award for Ph.D. thesis

3)      1995 1996 : Postgraduate Studies in Computer Sciences (3 terms) in the Department of Mathematics, Computer Sciences and Mechanics at the Warsaw University:

-          Title of Dissertation: Exponential and logarithmic functions

-          Supervisor: Dr. Janusz Jablonowski (Warsaw University)

-          Date of award: 26.11.1996

4)      1994 1995 : doctoral studies in the Collegium of Economic Analyses at the Warsaw School of Economics; passed the doctoral exam in Economics

5)      1988 1993 : graduate university studies in the Department of Mathematics, Computer Sciences and Mechanics at the Warsaw University:

-          Title of Master’s thesis: Approximation with algebraic and trigonometric polynomials

-          Supervisor: Dr. Zbigniew Sawon (Warsaw University)

-          Date of award: 7.07.1993


LANGUAGES

     Polish – native; English, French – fluent; Russian, Dutch – passive; German – basic level


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

-          Game Theory Society

-          Society for Social Choice and Welfare

-          Coalition Theory Network

-          Institute Vienna Circle

-          Marie Curie Fellowship Association

 


SCIENTIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

-          since January 2014 : Member of the Comité de Direction at CES

-          since March 2014 : Member of the Conseil d'Unité at CES

-          since 2014 : Member of the Comité Consultatif Scientifique at CES

-          since 2014 : Member of the Conseil Scientifique of ADRES (Association for the Development of Research in Economics and Statistics) - CES representative

-          since March 2013 : Director of the research group (section) Mathematical Economics and Games at CES (about 20 permanent members, over 30 Ph.D. students)

-          November 2011 - 2016 : Member of the Comité National de la Recherche Scientifique, Section 37 (Economie et Gestion)

-          2007 - 2011 : Member of the CNU (Conseil National des Universités, Section 5), assesseur (1 year since May 2010)

-          since 2013 : Local Coordinator for CES at the CTN (Coalition Theory Network)

-          2007 - 2009 : Coordinator of the External Research Seminars at GATE (Ecully - Lyon)

-          Editorial Responsibilities:

-          Associate Editor of the International Game Theory Review (since 2011)

-          Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of the College of Economic Analyses, Warsaw School of Economics (since 2013)

-          Member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Information Systems and Social Change (since 2009)

-          Invited co-editor of the Special SING7 Issue of the Annals of Operations Research (2011 - 2013)

-          Invited co-editor of the special SING4 Issue of the Operation Research and Decisions (2008 – 2009)

-          Member of the following recruitment and evaluation committees:

-          January 2014 - AERES evaluation committee of THEMA, Paris, expert CNRS

-          December 2013 - AERES evaluation committee of GREG – HEC, expert AERES

-          April 2009 - Université J. Monnet de Saint-Etienne - post 05MC129

-          May and June 2009 - Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne - posts 26MCF0175, 26MCF0409

-          April 2012 - Université J. Monnet de Saint-Etienne - post 25PR106

-          Conferences and Workshops Organization:

-          Co-organizer of the 2015 Doctoral Conference of the Association for the Development of Research in Economics and Statistics (ADRES), to be held on February 27-28, 2015, CES, Paris

-          Co-organizer of the “Workshop on Dynamic Networks”, to be held in December 2014, CES, Paris

-          Organizer of the invited session “Social Networks” for SAET 14 (14th Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory), August 19-21, 2014, Tokyo 

-          Member of the Program Committee of the Annual Conference of the Association for Public Economic Theory (PET14), to be held on July 11-13, 2014, Seattle, US  

-          Member of the Program Committee of SING10 (X Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), organizer of the invited sessions “Dynamic Networks and Cooperative Games”, to be held on July 7-9, 2014, Cracow, Poland

-          Co-organizer of the International “Workshop on Dynamic Interactions”, to be held on June 11, 2014, CES, Paris

-          Member of the Program Committee of CEAFE 2014 (Fifth Euro-African Conference in Finance and Economics), to be held on April 24-26, 2014, Agadir, Maroc

-          Co-organizer of the International Workshop “Network Dynamics and Public Goods”, January 24, 2014, Paris

-          Member of the Scientific Committee of DIET 2013 (International Conference on Dynamic Interaction and Economic Theory), December 16-17, 2013, CES, Paris

-          Organizer of the invited sessions “Models of Influence and Network Theory” (Parts 1 and 2) for SAET 13 (13th Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory), July 22-27, 2013, Paris   

-          Member of the Program Committee of the 14th Annual Conference of the Association for Public Economic Theory (PET13), organizer of the invited session MINT, July 5-7, 2013, Lisbon, Portugal

-          Member of the Program Committee of SING9 (IX Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), July 8-10, 2013, Vigo, Spain

-          Member of the Program Committee of SING8 (VIII Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), co-organizer of the invited MINT session, July 16-18, 2012, Budapest, Hungary

-          Member of the Program Committee of the 13th Annual Conference of the Association for Public Economic Theory (PET12), co-organizer of the invited session “Games, Networks and Influence”, June 12-14, 2012, Taipei, Taiwan 

-          Co-organizer of the Third International Workshop “Models of Influence and Network Theory” (MINT3), May 14-15, 2012, Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne, Paris

-          Co-organizer of the CTN17 (17th Workshop of the Coalition Theory Network), Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne, February 3-4, 2012, Paris

-          Member of the Program Committee of the 60th Annual Congress of AFSE, chair of a session Décision, September 8-9, 2011, Paris

-          Vice-chair of the organizing committee of SING7 (Seventh Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), July 18-20, 2011, Paris

-          Organizer of the invited session MINT (“Models of Influence and Network Theory”, Parts 1 & 2) for SING7 conference, July 18-20, 2011, Paris

-          Co-organizer of the invited session “Cooperative Games, Communication and Influence” (Parts 1 & 2) for SAET 11 (11th Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory), June 26 - July 1, 2011, Faro, Portugal

-          Member of the Program Committee of RAMiCS12 (12th International Conference on Relational and Algebraic Methods in Computer Science), May 30 - June 3, 2011, Rotterdam

-          Organizer of the Second MINT Seminar “Models of Influence and Network Theory”, May 19, 2011, Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne, Paris

-          Organizer of the MINT Seminar “Models of Influence and Network Theory”, October 15, 2010, Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne, Paris

-          Organizer of the First International Workshop “Models of Influence and Network Theory” (MINT1), February 15-16, 2010, GATE (Ecully - Lyon)

-          Co-organizer of the 2010 Doctoral Conference of the Association for the Development of Research in Economics and Statistics (ADRES), January 22-23, 2010, GATE (Lyon)

-          Organizer of the Research Meeting “Computational Social Choice and Social Software”, April 1-2, 2009; GATE (Ecully - Lyon)

-          Co-organizer of the International Workshop “Games and Social Choice”, September 24-25, 2008; GATE (Ecully - Lyon)

-          Member of the organizing committee of SING4 (Fourth Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), June 26-28, 2008; Wroclaw (Poland)


REVIEW SERVICES

Scientific expertise for:

-          Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne 

-          F.R.S.-FNRS (Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique), Belgium

-          ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche), France

 

Refereeing for the following international journals:

-          Advances in Complex Systems

-          Annales d'Economie et Statistique

-          Annals of Operations Research

-          Dynamic Games and Applications

-          European Journal of Operational Research

-          Fuzzy Sets and Systems

-          Games and Economic Behavior

-          Group Decision and Negotiation

-          Homo Oeconomicus

-          Information Sciences

-          International Game Theory Review

-          International Journal of Information Systems and Social Change

-          Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics

-          Journal of Logic and Algebraic Programming

-          Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications

-          Mathematical Social Sciences

-          Operations Research and Decisions

-          RAIRO / Recherche Opérationnelle

-          4OR - A Quarterly Journal of Operations Research

-          Revue d'Economie Politique

-          Social Choice and Welfare

-          Theory and Decision

 

In Poland: Banach Center Publications, Decisions, Journal of the College of Economic Analyses (Warsaw School of Economics)


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

1)      2014 - 2018 : Member of the ANR Project (Agence Nationale de la Recherche, Programme Blanc) DynaMITE - Dynamic Matching and Interactions: Theory and Experiments, Participating institutions: CES, GATE Lyon St Etienne, Ecole Polytechnique

2)      2014 - 2017 : Member of the European Project SIMPOL - Financial Systems Simulation and Policy Modeling

3)      2009 - 2013 : Project coordinator of the ANR project (Agence Nationale de la Recherche, Programme Blanc) MINT - Models of Influence and Network Theory, Participating institutions: GATE (CNRS - University of Lyon), CES (University of Paris 1), CREUSET (University of Saint-Etienne), Dutch Group of Social Choice Theory, 200 000 Euro

4)      2008 - 2011 : Eurocores LogICCC project of the European Science Foundations Social software for elections, the allocation of tenders and coalition/alliance formation, collaboration with Harrie de Swart (Tilburg University), Rudolf Berghammer (University of Kiel), Hannu Nurmi (University of Turku), and José Luis Garcia-Lapresta (Valladolid University)

5)      since December 2011 - present : associated researcher at Paris School of Economics

6)      1.10.2011 – present, CNRS, Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne (CES), Université Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne, Position: Directeur de Recherche 2ème classe (DR2)

7)      1.04.2010 – 30.09.2011 : CNRS, CES, Université Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne, Position: Chargée de Recherche 1ère classe (CR1)

8)      1.03.2007 – 31.03.2010 : CNRS, GATE, University of Lyon, Position: Chargée de Recherche 1ère classe (CR1)

9)      1.05.2006 – 28.02.2007 : Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen School of Management, Position: assistant professor

10)  1.09.2004 – 30.04.2006 : Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen School of Management, Post-doc position, working on the research project Applying Game Theory to Business Science 

11)  1.12.2002 1.09.2004 : Tilburg University, Department of Philosophy, Post-doc position, working on the research project Coalition Formation and Power Indices

12)  1.12.2000 30.11.2002 : Tilburg University, Department of Philosophy, Marie Curie Fellowship, working on the research project Elections and Coalition Formation in Central and Western Europe

13)  1.10.2000 present : Warsaw School of  Economics, Institute of Econometrics/Department of Mathematical Economics, Position: assistant professor

14)  1.10.1998 30.09.1999 : Central and East European Economic Research Center (CEEERC), Warsaw University, Department of Economics, Research scholarship, working on the research project Bargaining problem with non-stationary time preferences of the players

15)  1.10.1997 30.09.1999 : a group grant of the (Polish) State Committee for Scientific Research “Collective Decision-making”, Research on collective decision-making: analysis of theoretical problems and their practical applications to the Polish elections

16)  1.10.1995 30.09.2000 : Warsaw School of Economics, Institute of Econometrics, Position: teaching and research assistant, Research on Game Theory and Mathematical Economics; teaching Mathematics, Game Theory, Social Choice Theory, Mathematical Economics


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

-          1995 - 2000 : Warsaw School of Economics, teaching:

Mathematics (in particular, Mathematical Analysis, Algebra, Probability, Differential Equations), Game Theory, Social Choice Theory, Mathematical Economics

-          2006/2007 : Radboud University Nijmegen – teaching: Strategy, Strategic Decision Making

-          2007/2008 : EM LYON (Business School) – Applied Micro-Economics (24 hours)

-          February – March 2009 : GATE, University Lyon 2 (Ecole Doctorale) – Microeconomics (Game Theory, 12 hours)

-          June 2009 : GATE University Lyon 2 (Ecole Doctorale) – Anglais pour doctorants en sciences sociales (5 hours)

-          February 2010 : GATE, University Lyon 2 (Ecole Doctorale) – Microeconomics (Game Theory, 12 hours)

-          June 2010 : EM LYON (Business School) – Open Topics Microeconomics (15 hours)

-          June 2011 : EM LYON (Business School) – Open Topics Microeconomics (15 hours)

-          JanuaryFebruary 2012 : CES, Université Paris 1 (Master 2) – Jeux Coopératifs (18 hours)

-          January – February 2013 : CES, Université Paris 1 (Master 2) – Réseaux (18 hours, joint with Emily Tanimura)

-          December 2013 : Mini-course “Network Dynamics and Public Goods” (12 hours, joint with Nizar Allouch)

-          January - February 2014 : CES, Université Paris 1 (Master 2) - Théorie des réseaux et applications (18 hours - joint with Emily Tanimura)

PH.D. THESES SUPERVISION

-          Ahmet Ozkardas, Ph.D. thesis, Wage Bargaining, since October 2009

-          Manuel Förster, Ph.D. thesis, Dynamic Models of Influence, since September 2011

MASTER THESES SUPERVISION

-          Bas Nagtzaam, Strategic Renewal of the Dutch Energy Incumbents, defended 6.09.2005, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen

-          Floris Harthoorn, What Fuels Competition along Highways: a Game Theoretical Research on Pricing Strategies, defended 7.12.2005, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen

-          Ruben van den Bogaard, Stability of Equity Based Joint Ventures, an Holistic Approach, defended: 10.01.2007, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen

-          Ahmet Ozkardas, Wage bargaining with non-stationary preferences, Master thesis, defended July 2009

 

MASTER THESES CO – SUPERVISION (REFEREEING)

 

-          Jaap-Jan Pietersen, It's all between the games. Are people able to incorporate external information between two different games in a business like situation, defended 10.01.2006, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen

-          Ferhat Icsguzarer, Aanpassen? Een verkennend onderzoek naar de relatie tussen adaptatie en de relationship value van cooperatieve relaties bij het microbedrijf, defended 14.11.2006, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen

-          Tauvik Verhagen, Technological market overlap and competitive intensity. A study of the mobile phone handset industry 1999-2005, defended 31.01.2007, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen

-          Jan Hoogstraaten, Using R$\&$D alliances - The development of fuel cell vehicles within the automobile industry, defended 08.02.2007, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen

-          Evert Coenen, Conceptualizations of relatedness held by the managers of large diversified firm: a replication and extension study, defended 21.02.2007, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen

 

PARTICIPATION IN PH.D., HDR AND MASTER COMMITTEES

 

-          Université Jean Monnet de Saint-Etienne, president of the Ph.D. committee of Amandine Ghintran, Réseaux sociaux et règles d'allocation, defended 30/09/2009

-          Université Paris 1, member of the Master committee of Emmanuel Maruani, Jeux d’influence dans un réseau social, Mémoire de recherche, Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne, Université Paris 1, April 2010

-          Université Paris 1, member of the Master committee of Stéphane Gonzalez, Stratégies et influence en réseau social, Mémoire de recherche, Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne, Université Paris 1, 2010

-          Université de Caen, rapporteur, Ph.D. committee of Mostapha Diss, Paradoxes, stabilité et efficience des classements par points, defended 25/05/2010

-          Warsaw School of Economics, rapporteur, Ph.D. committee of Justyna Winnicka, Indeksy sily dla gier z wieloma rozstrzygnieciami, defended 9/11/2010  

-          Université de Caen, rapporteur, Ph.D. committee of Samir Sbabou, Equilibres de Nash dans les jeux de congestion à choix unique : Théorie et Applications, defended 10/12/2010

-          Tilburg University, rapporteur, Ph.D. committee of Manzoor Zahid, A new framework for elections, defended 12/12/2012

-          Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, CNRS-CIRED, HDR committee member of Rabia Nessah, Théorie des jeux et ordonnancement de la production, to be defended in June 2013

 


LIST OF PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH PAPERS

Articles in journals

1)      Robin, Rusinowska, Villeval (2014) Ingratiation: Experimental evidence, European Economic Review 66: 16-38

2)      Grabisch, Rusinowska (2014) Lattices in social networks with influence, International Game Theory Review, accepted for publication

3)      Ozkardas, Rusinowska (2014) Wage bargaining with discount rates varying in time under different strike decisions, RAIRO-Operations Research 48(3): 325-348

4)      Berghammer, Rusinowska, de Swart (2014) Spatial voting games, relation algebra and RelView, Journal of Logic and Algebraic Programming, accepted for publication

5)      Förster, Grabisch, Rusinowska (2013) Anonymous social influence, Games and Economic Behavior 82: 621-635

6)      Grabisch, Rusinowska (2013) A model of influence based on aggregation functions, Mathematical Social Sciences 66: 316–330

7)      Berghammer, Rusinowska, de Swart (2013) Computing tournament solutions using relation algebra and RelView, European Journal of Operational Research 226(3): 636-645

8)      van den Brink, Rusinowska, Steffen (2013) Measuring power and satisfaction in societies with opinion leaders: An axiomatization, Social Choice and Welfare 41: 671-683

9)      Hendrix, de Ridder, Rusinowska, Saiz (2013) Coalition formation: the role of procedure and policy flexibility, Group Decision and Negotiation, forthcoming, DOI: 10.1007/s10726-011-9276-0

10)  Maruani, Grabisch, Rusinowska (2012) A study of a dynamic of influence through differential equations, RAIRO-Operations Research 46: 83-106

11)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2011) A model of influence with a continuum of actions, Journal of Mathematical Economics 47: 576-587

12)  Berghammer, Bolus, Rusinowska, de Swart (2011) A relation-algebraic approach to simple games, European Journal of Operational Research 210: 68-80

13)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2011) Influence functions, followers and command games, Games and Economic Behavior 72(1): 123-138

14)  van den Brink, Rusinowska, Steffen (2011) Measuring power and satisfaction in societies with opinion leaders: Dictator and opinion leader properties, Homo Oeconomicus 28: 161-185

15)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2010) A model of influence with an ordered set of possible actions, Theory and Decision 69(4): 635-656

16)  Berghammer, Rusinowska, De Swart (2010) Applying relational algebra and RelView to measures in a social network, European Journal of Operational Research 202: 182-195

17)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2010) A model of influence in a social network, Theory and Decision 69(1): 69-96

18)  Rusinowska (2010) The Hoede-Bakker index modified to the Shapley-Shubik and Holler-Packel indices, Group Decision and Negotiation 19: 543-569

19)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2009) Measuring influence in command games, Social Choice and Welfare 33: 177-209

20)  Berghammer, Rusinowska, De Swart (2009) An interdisciplinary approach to coalition formation, European Journal of Operational Research 195: 487-496

21)  De Ridder, Rusinowska (2008) On some procedures of forming a multi-partner alliance, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy 17(2): 443-487

22)  Rusinowska, De Swart (2008) Negotiating a stable government – an application of bargaining theory to a coalition formation model, Group Decision and Negotiation 17: 445-464

23)  Eklund, Rusinowska, De Swart (2008) A consensus model of political decision-making, Annals of Operations Research 158: 5-20

24)  Eklund, Rusinowska, De Swart (2007) Consensus reaching in committees, European Journal of Operational Research 178(1): 185-193

25)  Berghammer, Rusinowska, De Swart (2007) Applying relational algebra and RelView to coalition formation, European Journal of Operational Research 178/2: 530-542

26)  Rusinowska, De Swart (2007) On some properties of the Hoede-Bakker index, Journal of Mathematical Sociology 31(4): 267-293

27)  Roubens, Rusinowska, De Swart (2006) Using MacBeth to determine utilities of governments to parties in coalition formation, European Journal of Operational Research 172/2: 588-603

28)  Rusinowska, De Swart, Van der Rijt (2005) A new model of coalition formation, Social Choice and Welfare 24: 129-154

29)  Rusinowska (2004) Bargaining model with sequences of discount rates and bargaining costs, International Game Theory Review 6: 265-280

30)  Rusinowska, van Deemen (2004) The redistribution paradox and the paradox of new members in the German parliament, International Journal of Mathematics, Game Theory, and Algebra 14: 413-431, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York

31)  van Deemen, Rusinowska (2003) Paradoxes of voting power in Dutch politics, Public Choice 115: 109-137

32)  Rusinowska (2002) Refinements of Nash equilibria in view of jealous or friendly behaviour of players, International Game Theory Review 4: 281-299

33)  Rusinowska (2002) Subgame perfect equilibria in model with bargaining costs varying in time, Mathematical Methods of Operations Research 56: 303-313

34)  Rusinowska (2002) On certain generalization of Rubinstein's bargaining model, International Journal of Mathematics, Game Theory, and Algebra 12: 545-552, Nova Science Publishers, Inc.,  New York

35)  Rusinowska (2001) Paradox of redistribution in Polish politics, Annals of the Marie Curie Fellowships 2: 46-54, European Commission, Brussels

36)  Czarny, Rusinowska (2001) Intra-branch trade and Cournot oligopoly, Polish Central Bank, Bank and Credit 3: 70-79, Warsaw

37)  Rusinowska (1998) Bargaining problem with preferences varying in time, Journal of the College of Economic Analyses, No. 6 - Problems of Mathematical Economics and Financial Mathematics, pp. 74-87, Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw

 

Book reviews in journals

38)  Rusinowska (2013) Book review on “Bezalel Peleg and Hans Peters: Strategic Social Choice. Stable Representations of Constitutions”, Social Choice and Welfare 40(2): 631-634

Books and articles in contributed volumes

39)  Berghammer, Rusinowska, de Swart (2011) Computations on simple games using RelView, in: Gerdt et al. (Eds.), Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) 6885, pp. 49-60, Springer, Heidelberg

40)  Rusinowska, Berghammer, De Swart, Grabisch (2011) Social networks: Prestige, centrality, and influence (Invited paper), in: de Swart (Ed.), RAMICS 2011, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) 6663, pp. 22-39, Springer, Heidelberg

41)  Czarny, Rusinowska (2010) Effects of opening national markets on the intensity competition (theoretical approach), in: Menkes and Gardocka (Eds.), Transnational Corporations: One Subject, Different Views, in Polish, Academica, Warsaw, pp. 32-44

42)  van Deemen, Rusinowska (2010) (Eds.) Collective Decision Making: Views From Social Choice and Game Theory, series Theory and Decision Library C, Volume 43, Springer Verlag Berlin/ Heidelberg

43)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2010) Different approaches to influence based on social networks and simple games, in: Van Deemen and Rusinowska (Eds.), Collective Decision Making: Views From Social Choice and Game Theory, series Theory and Decision Library C, Springer Verlag Berlin/ Heidelberg, pp. 185-209

44)  Gambarelli, Mercik, Ramsey, Rusinowska (2009) Editors of a special SING4 issue of the journal Operation Research and Decisions, 02/2009

45)  De Swart, Berghammer, Rusinowska (2009) Computational Social Choice Using Relation Algebra and RelView, in Berghammer et al. (Eds.), RelMiCS / AKA 2009, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) 5827, pp. 13-28, Springer

46)  Rusinowska (2008) On the not-preference-based Hoede-Bakker index, forthcoming in: Petrosjan and Mazalov (Eds.) Game Theory and Applications, volume XIII, Chapter 9, pp. 127-141, Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York

47)  Rusinowska, Berghammer, Eklund, Van der Rijt, Roubens, De Swart (2006) Social software for coalition formation, in: De Swart et al. (Eds.) Theory and Applications of Relational Structures as Knowledge Instruments, No 2. Springer's Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, LNAI 4342, pp. 1-30, Springer, Heidelberg, Germany

48)  Rusinowska, De Swart (2006) Generalizing and modifying the Hoede-Bakker index, in: De Swart et al. (Eds.) Theory and Applications of Relational Structures as Knowledge Instruments, No 2. Springer's Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence LNAI 4342, pp. 60-88, Springer, Heidelberg, Germany

49)  Rusinowska & Van Deemen (2005) The redistribution paradox and the paradox of new members in the German parliament, in: Petrosjan and Mazalov (Eds.) Game Theory and Applications, volume X, pp. 153-174, Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York

50)  Rusinowska (2003) Axiomatic and strategic approaches to bargaining problems, in: De Swart et al. (eds.) Theory and Applications of Relational Structures as Knowledge Instruments, Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science, LNCS 2929, pp. 125-147, Heidelberg, Germany

51)  Rusinowska (2002) On certain generalization of Rubinstein’s bargaining model, in: Petrosjan and Mazalov (Eds.) Game Theory and Applications, volume VIII, pp. 159-169, Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York

52)  Rusinowska (2001) Bargaining models with non-stationary preferences of the players, in: Welfe (ed.) Numerical Methods in Economic Sciences, pp. 189-210, publishing house of Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw

53)  Rusinowska (1999) Bargain, in: Collective Decisions. Theory and Applications, pp. 139-156, publishing house - Scholar, Warsaw

Articles submitted

54)  Moehlmeier, Rusinowska, Tanimura, A degree-distance-based connections model with negative and positive externalities

55)  Caulier, Grabisch, Rusinowska, An allocation rule for dynamic random network formation processes

 

Theses

56)  Rusinowska (2008) Models of bargaining, coalition formation, voting power and influence, HDR manuscript (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches), 71 pages + 24 attached papers, GATE - Université Lumière Lyon 2, Ecully (Lyon)

57)  Rusinowska (2000) Bargaining problem with non-stationary preferences of the players, Ph.D. thesis, 150 pages, Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw

58)  Rusinowska & Zakowska (1996) Exponential and logarithmic functions, dissertation at Postgraduate Studies, 100 pages, Warsaw University, Department of Mathematics, Computer Sciences and Mechanics

59)  Rusinowska (1993) Approximation with algebraic and trigonometric polynomials, Master’s thesis, 104 pages, Warsaw University, Department of Mathematics, Computer Sciences and Mechanics

Work in progress / preparation for submission

60)  Ozkardas, Rusinowska, On equilibrium payoffs in wage bargaining with discount rates varying in time

61)  Caulier, Grabisch, Rusinowska, Centrality measures in dynamic networks

62)  van den Nouweland, Rusinowska, Implementing share equilibrium in local public good economies

63)  Grabisch, Rusinowska, Modeling contagion by aggregation functions

64)  Rusinowska, Vergopoulos, Modeling ingratiation and favoritism

65)  Ozkardas, Rusinowska, Holdout threats of the union during the wage bargaining

66)  Ozkardas, Rusinowska, Pharmaceutical product price negotiation with preferences varying in time

 

Working and discussion papers

67)  Ozkardas, Rusinowska, An application of wage bargaining to price negotiation discount factors varying in time, CES Working Papers (Documents de travail du Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne), 2013.66

68)  Caulier, Grabisch, Rusinowska (2013) An allocation rule for dynamic random network formation processes, CES Working Papers, 2013.63

69)  Moehlmeier, Rusinowska, Tanimura (2013) A degree-distance-based connections model with negative and positive externalities, CES Working Papers, 2013.40

70)  Förster, Grabisch, Rusinowska (2012) Ordered weighted averaging in social networks, CES Working Papers, 2012.56

71)  Robin, Rusinowska, Villeval (2012) Ingratiation and Favoritism: Experimental evidence, CES Working Papers, 2012.32, (also IZA Discussion Paper no. 6530, Bonn, and GATE-WP, 2012-07)

72)  Ozkardas, Rusinowska (2012) Wage bargaining with discount rates varying in time under exogenous strike decisions, CES Working Papers, 2012.13

73)  Berghammer, Rusinowska, de Swart (2011) Computing tournament solutions using relation algebra and RelView, CES Working Papers, 2011.67

74)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2011) A model of influence based on aggregation functions,  CES Working Papers, 2011.58

75)  Grabisch, Maruani, Rusinowska (2011) A study of the dynamic of influence through differential equations, CES Working Papers, 2011.22

76)  van den Brink, Rusinowska, Steffen (2011) Measuring power and satisfaction in societies with opinion leaders: An axiomatization, CES Working Papers, 2011.18

77)  Berghammer, Rusinowska, de Swart (2011) Computations on simple games using RelView, CES Working Papers, 2011.14

78)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2010) Iterating influence between players in a social network, CES Working Papers, 2010.89

79)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2010) A model of influence with a continuum of actions, GATE Working Paper, 2010-04

80)  Ozkardas, Rusinowska (2009) Wage bargaining with non-stationary preferences under strike decision, GATE Working Paper, 2009-30

81)  Berghammer, Rusinowska, de Swart (2009) A relation-algebraic approach to simple games, GATE Working Paper, 2009-13

82)  Berghammer, Rusinowska, De Swart (2009) Applying relation algebra and RelView to measures in a social network, GATE Working Paper, 2009-02

83)  van den Brink, Rusinowska, Steffen (2009) Measuring power and satisfaction in societies with opinion leaders: properties of the qualified majority case, GATE Working Paper, 2009-01

84)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2008) Influence functions, followers and command games, GATE Working Paper, 2008-31

85)  De Ridder, Rusinowska, Saiz, Hendrix (2008) Coalition formation: the role of procedure and policy flexibility, GATE Working Paper, 2008-06

86)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2008) Measuring influence among players with an ordered set of possible actions, GATE Working Paper, 2008-01

87)  Grabisch, Rusinowska (2008) Measuring influence in command games, GATE Working Paper, 2008-02

88)  Rusinowska (2007) Modifying the Hoede-Bakker index to the Shapley-Shubik and Holler-Packel indices, GATE Working Paper, 2007-29

89)  Saiz, Hendrix, De Ridder, Rusinowska (2007) On the computation of negotiation positions and preferences in a spatial coalition model, Working Paper Mansholt Graduate School of Social Sciences, Wageningen (The Netherlands), Discussion Paper No.39, 2007

90)  Rusinowska (2007) The not-preference-based Hoede-Bakker index, GATE Working Paper, 2007-4

91)  Grabisch & Rusinowska (2007) The influence indices, GATE Working Paper, 2007-5

92)  Rusinowska, De Swart (2006) Applying bargaining theory to coalition formation, Working paper series on Relational Management, RRM-2006-16-STR, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen

93)  Berghammer, Eklund, Roubens, Rusinowska, De Swart (2006) An interdisciplinary approach to coalition formation, Working paper series on Relational Management, RRM-2006-17-STR, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen

94)  Berghammer, Rusinowska, De Swart (2006) Applications of Relations and Graphs to Coalition Formation, FEEM (Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei) Working Paper Series, 77.2006

95)  Czarny & Rusinowska (2005) Effects of intensifying competition in the Single European Market on welfare of the population of the participating countries (theoretical approach), Warsaw School of Economics

96)  De Ridder & Rusinowska (2005) Different sequences of alliance formation, RRM-2005-13-STR, Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University Nijmegen

97)  Rusinowska (2003) Consensus reaching in coalition formation, internal report, 21 pages, Warsaw School of Economics

98)  Rusinowska (2002) Bloc postulate and paradox of large size for the Hoede-Bakker index, internal report, 28 pages, Warsaw School of Economics

99)  Czarny & Rusinowska (2001) Intra-branch trade in oligopoly markets, discussion paper, Series Mathematical Economics, No.6/EM/2001, 85 pages, Institute of Econometrics, Warsaw School of Economics

100)         Czarny & Rusinowska (2001) Intra-branch trade in oligopoly markets. Theory and empirical research, Internal report, 85 pages, Warsaw School of Economics

101)         Czarny & Rusinowska (2000) Game theory application in economy on oligopoly markets case, Internal report, 60 pages, Warsaw School of Economics

102)         Czarny & Rusinowska (2000) Intra-branch trade in oligopoly markets, internal report, 70 pages, Warsaw School of Economics

103)         Rusinowska (2000) Bargaining model with preferences described simultaneously by sequences of discount rates and sequences of bargaining costs, internal report, 30 pages, Warsaw School of Economics

104)         Rusinowska (1999) Subgame perfect equilibria in certain bargaining models, discussion paper, Series Mathematical Economics, No.1/EM/99, 83 pages, Institute of Econometrics, Warsaw School of Economics

105)         Rusinowska (1998) Bargaining problem with non-stationary preferences of the players, Discussion paper, series Mathematical Economics, No.2/EM/98, 32 pages, Institute of Econometrics, Warsaw School of Economics

106)         Rusinowska (1997) Bargaining problem with varying discount rates of the players - Sufficient and necessary conditions o  the existence of the subgame perfect equilibrium, Internal report, 33 pages, Warsaw School of Economics

107)         Rusinowska (1997) Sufficient conditions of the existence of the subgame perfect equilibrium in the case of varying preferences, Internal report, 24 pages, Warsaw School of Economics

108)         Rusinowska (1995) Divisions of subgame perfect equilibrium in Rubinstein model, in which one of the players has preferences defined by constant discount rate and the other by constant bargaining cost, Internal report, 28 pages, Warsaw School of Economics

Conference Proceedings

109)         Grabisch, Rusinowska (2013) Modeling influence by aggregation functions, 34th Linz Seminar on Fuzzy Set Theory, pp. 57-59, Linz (Austria)

110)         Grabisch, Rusinowska (2011) Lattices in social networks with influence, Proceedings of the ICFCA 2011 (9th International Conference on Formal Concept Analysis), pp. 1-12, Nicosia, Cyprus

111)         Rusinowska, Ozkardas (2011) Wage bargaining with non-stationary preferences under strike decision, Proceedings of the ROADEF 2011 (XII Congrès Annuel de la Societé Française de Recherche Opérationnelle et d'Aide à la Décision), volume II, p.645, Saint Etienne

112)         Rusinowska (2010) Different approaches to influence in social networks, Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Computational Social Choice (COMSOC 2010), p.5-6, Dusseldorf

113)         Grabisch, Rusinowska (2009) Influence in social networks, in: COGnitive systems with Interactive Sensors (COGIS'09), Paris

114)         Grabisch, Rusinowska (2007) Generalized influence indices, EURO XXII (XXII European Conference on Operational Research), p.248, Prague

115)         Rusinowska, De Ridder, Saiz, Hendrix (2007) The role of policy flexibility and party strength in coalition formation - an analysis of Dutch elections, SING3 (Third Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), p.56, Madrid

116)         De Ridder, Rusinowska (2006) Comparing different procedures of forming a coalition, SING2 (Second Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory) and XVI IMGTA, p.138, Foggia (Italy)

117)         Grabisch, Rusinowska (2006) On influence and power indices, SING2 (Second Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory) and XVI IMGTA, p.73, Foggia (Italy)

118)         Berghammer, Eklund, Roubens, Rusinowska, De Swart (2006) An interdisciplinary approach to coalition formation, 27th Linz Seminar on Fuzzy Set Theory, “Preferences, Games and Decisions”, pp. 17-19, Linz, Austria

119)         Czarny & Rusinowska (2005) Effects of the Single European Market on welfare of the participating countries (theoretical approach), electronic publication in: Conference “Channels of European Integration”, Warszawa, October 7 8, 2005

120)         Czarny & Rusinowska (2005) Effects of intensifying competition in the Single European Market (theoretical approach), VII Annual Conference of the European Trade Study Group, Dublin, September 2005

121)         Berghammer, Rusinowska & de Swart (2005) A relational approach to coalition formation, Workshop of COST Action 274/TARSKI, pp. 44-58, Malaga, Spain

122)         Eklund, Rusinowska & de Swart (2005) A model of political consensus, VIII International Conference on Relational Methods in Computer Science (RelMiCS 8) and COST 274/TARSKI Workshops, pp. 41-47, St. Catharines, Canada

123)         Czarny & Rusinowska (2004) Theoretical approach to the evaluation of the implications of the single European market, electronic publication in “American Economic Ways. Its Character, Effectiveness and Applicability”, Warsaw, October 22 – 23, 2004

124)         Czarny & Rusinowska (2004) Effects of the single European market on welfare of the participating countries (theoretical approach), internal report, 12 pages, Warsaw School of Economics, presented during VI Annual Conference of the European Trade Study Group, Nottingham, September 9 – 11, 2004

125)         Rusinowska & Eklund & De Swart (2004) Consensus reaching in committees and coalition formation, International Conference “Game Theory and Mathematical Economics”, pp. 73-74, Warsaw, Poland

126)         Rusinowska & Roubens & De Swart (2004) Application of the Macbeth approach to coalition formation, International Conference “Game Theory and Mathematical Economics”, pp. 75-76, Warsaw, Poland

127)         Rusinowska & Eklund & De Swart (2004) A consensus model of decision-making in committees and coalition formation, VI Spanish Meeting on Game Theory and Practice, pp. 46-47, Elche, Spain

128)         Rusinowska & Roubens & De Swart (2004) Applying the Macbeth technique to coalition formation, VI Spanish Meeting on Game Theory and Practice, pp. 47-48, Elche, Spain

129)         Rusinowska & De Swart (2003) Negotiating a stable government – application of bargaining theory to a coalition formation model, III International Conference „Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice”, pp. 103-110, Siena, Italy

130)         Rusinowska & De Swart (2003) Generalizing and modifying the Hoede-Bakker index, III International Conference „Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice”, pp. 131-138, Siena, Italy

131)         Rusinowska & De Swart (2003) Negotiating a stable government – application of bargaining theory to a model of coalition formation, XV Italian Meeting on Game Theory and Applications, p. 99, Urbino, Italy

132)         Rusinowska & De Swart (2003) Generalization and modifications of the Hoede-Bakker index, XV Italian Meeting on Game Theory and Applications, p. 100, Urbino, Italy

133)         van Deemen & Rusinowska (2001) Paradoxes of voting power in Dutch politics, XIV Italian Meeting on Game Theory and Applications, 2 pages, Ischia, Italy

134)         Rusinowska & Tijs (2001) On certain bargaining model with simultaneous moves of the players, II International Conference “Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice”, pp. 213-214, St. Petersburg, Russia


SUMMER SCHOOLS

1)            8.07 11.07.2002 : The Summer School on EU Decision Making, San Sebastian (Spain) 

2)            21.08 1.09.2000 : The Second School on Mathematics of Economics, Trieste (Italy)

3)            31.07 4.08.2000 : The Summer School on Bounded Rationality, San Sebastian

4)            22.07 28.07.1999 : The Second Urrutia Elejalde Summer School on Economics and Philosophy in San Sebastian, Delivery of paper Subgame perfect equilibria in the bargaining models with preferences varying in time

5)            31.08 25.09.1998 : School on the Mathematics of Economics in Trieste, a diploma in Economics

6)            27.07 25.08.1996 : Summer School of Economics, Kortowo - Olsztyn (Poland), two diplomas in International Trade and Industrial Organization 

7)            5.07 13.08.1995 : Summer School of Economics, Kortowo - Olsztyn, two diplomas in Microeconomics and Macroeconomics


RESEARCH VISITS AND INVITED SEMINARS

1)            2.03 - 2.04.2014 : visit to the University of Oregon (US), Courtesy Professor in Economics in the College of Arts and Sciences, collaboration with Anne van den Nouweland

2)            November 15-16, 2013, International game theory workshop in honor of Bezalel Peleg “Game Theory - Economics and Mathematics”, presentation: An allocation rule for dynamic random network formation processes, University of Southern Denmark, Odense

3)            21.10.2013 : seminar talk Ingratiation and favoritism, University of Dortmund

4)            27.09.2013 : Workshop on Simple Games and Beyond, presentation: An allocation rule for dynamic random network formation processes, Université Paris Dauphine

5)            27.06.2013 : seminar talk A model of influence based on aggregation functions, Laboratoire d'Economie Industrielle du CREST

6)            14/12/2012 : seminar talk Modeling opinion formation and influence by aggregation functions, Dutch Social Choice Group colloquium, Nijmegen

7)            27.11 – 30.11.2012 : visit to the Seoul National University, Korea, invited seminar A model of influence based on aggregation functions (29/11/2012)

8)            14.01.2012 : EBIM Networks Workshop, Bielefeld University, presentation: Model of influence based on aggregation functions, contagion and influence

9)            9.12.2011 : invited talk A model of influence based on aggregation functions, Sixth Workshop on Economic Design and Institutions, Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis, Brussels (Belgium)

10)        25.11 – 4.12.2011 : visit to the International Laboratory on Decision and Choice Analysis, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow (Russia)

11)        31.03.2011 : seminar talk Comment modéliser l'influence dans un réseau social (joint with Michel Grabisch), ENSTA, Paris

12)        14.02.2011 : seminar talk Influence in a social network (joint with Michel Grabisch), ERIC, University of Lyon 2

13)        21.05.2010 : seminar talk Different approaches to influence, Social Choice Colloquium, Tilburg University

14)        1.03.2010 : seminar talk A model of influence with a continuum of actions, CREM, University of Caen

15)        1.10 - 3.10.2009 : International Meeting “New Trends in Cooperative Game Theory”, Sanlucar de Barrameda, invited talk Influence functions, followers and command games (co-author: Michel Grabisch)

16)        5.06.2008 : seminar talk A model of influence in a social network, University of Milan, Department of Econometrics and Mathematics for Economic, Financial and Actuverdana Applications

17)        18.10.2007 : seminar talk On influence and power indices, CREUSET (CNRS FRE 2938), Saint-Etienne (France)

18)        6.03.2006 : seminar talk Measures of success and power for bipartite directed graphs in binary voting situations, seminar of the Centre de Recherche en Mathématique, Statistique et Economie Mathématique - CERMSEM (Université Paris I - Pantheon-Sorbonne) and the Centre d'Analyse et de Mathématique Sociales of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (France)

19)        17.11.2005 : visit to the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, University of Amsterdam presentation: An interdisciplinary approach to coalition formation

20)        26.09 – 2.10.2004 : Short Term Scientific Mission, visit to the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Institute of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, Kiel (Germany) – cooperation with Prof. dr. Rudolf Berghammer

21)        2.04.2004: visit to the Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, delivery of paper Consensus reaching in coalition formation and committees

22)        29.03 – 30.03.2004 : visit to the School of Management of the University of Liverpool – cooperation with Dr. Frank Steffen

23)        18.03 – 19.03.2004 : visit to the Department of Economics of the University of Vienna,  delivery of paper Bargaining problems with non-stationary preferences of the players  

24)        8.03.2004 : visit to the Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE), Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium), delivery of papers Generalizing and modifying the Hoede-Bakker index, and Bargaining problems with non-stationary preferences of the players  

25)        20.01 – 22.01.2004 : Short Term Scientific Mission, visit to the Faculté Polytechnique de Mons, Mons (Belgium) – cooperation with Prof. dr. Marc Roubens

26)        8.12 10.12.2003 : Short Term Scientific Mission, visit to the Faculté Polytechnique de Mons, Mons – cooperation with Prof. dr. Marc Roubens

27)        3.06 10.06.2003 : Short Term Scientific Mission, visit to the Abo Akademi University, Department of Computer Science, Abo/Turku (Finland) cooperation with Prof. dr. Patrik Eklund and Prof. Hannu Nurmi 

28)        19.03 20.03.2002 : visit to the university of California in Irvine - visiting Prof. Dr. Don Saari and Prof. dr. Berni Grofman 

29)        26.11 28.11.2001 : visit to the university of Twente, Enschede (the Netherlands), delivery of paper Voting power paradoxes in Dutch politics (empirical research)

30)        11.11 18.11.1999 : visit to CentER for Economic Research at Tilburg University, Tilburg (the Netherlands), delivery of paper Subgame perfect equilibria in certain bargaining models


INVITED CONFERENCE TALKS

1)            January 26-31, 2014, FSTA 2014 (12th International Conference on Fuzzy Set Theory and Applications), Liptovsky Jan, Slovak Republic, Invited conference talk: Aggregation functions in social networks: Application to influence and contagion

2)            30.05 – 3.06.2011 : RAMiCS12 (12th International Conference on Relational and Algebraic Methods in Computer Science), Rotterdam, Invited conference talk: Social networks: Prestige, centrality, and influence

3)            13.09 - 16.09.2010 : Third International Workshop on Computational Social Choice (COMSOC 2010), Dusseldorf, Invited tutorial: Different approaches to influence in social networks

CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

4)            9.09 - 11.09.2013 : 6th Transatlantic Theory Workshop, Oxford, paper: An allocation rule for dynamic random network formation processes (co-authors: Caulier and Grabisch)

5)            22.07 - 27.07.2013 : 13th Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory (SAET 13), Paris, paper: A degree-distance-based connections model with negative and positive externalities (co-authors: Moehlmeier and Tanimura)

6)            8.07 - 10.07.2013 : SING9 (IX Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), Vigo (Spain), paper: Ingratiation and favouritism (co-authors: Robin and Villeval)

7)            5.07 - 7.07.2013 : XIV Annual Conference of the Association for Public Economic Theory (PET13), Lisbon, paper: Ingratiation and favouritism (co-authors: Robin and Villeval)

8)            1.07 - 4.07.2013 : EURO / INFORMS, 26th European Conference on Operational Research, Rome, paper: Computing tournament solutions using relation algebra and RelView (co-authors: Berghammer and de Swart)

9)            26.02 - 2.03.2013 : 34th Linz Seminar on Fuzzy Set Theory, Linz, paper: Modeling influence by aggregation functions (co-author: Grabisch)

10)        8.02 - 9.02.2013 : XVIII Coalition Theory Network Workshop, Warwick, paper: A model of ingratiation and favouritism (co-authors: Robin and Villeval)

11)        9.01 - 11.01.2013 : International Symposium on Applied Optimization and Game-Theoretic Models, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi, paper: Lattices in social networks with influence  (co-author: Grabisch)

12)        5.12 - 7.12.2012 : OSE - Journées de la Direction Thématique 4: « Fondements des comportements individuels, stratégiques et sociaux », Aussois, presentation: Dynamic networks and the network approach to interactions

13)        22.07 - 26.07.2012 : GAMES 2012 (The 4th World Congress of the Game Theory Society), Istanbul, paper: A model of influence based on aggregation functions (co-author: Grabisch)

14)        16.07 - 18.07.2012 : SING8 (VIII Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), Budapest, paper: Connections models with negative externalities (co-authors: Philipp Möhlmeier and Emily Tanimura)

15)        12.06 - 14.06.2012 : XIII Annual Conference of the Association for Public Economic Theory (PET12), Taipei, Taiwan, paper: A model of influence based on aggregation functions (co-author: Grabisch)

16)        3.05 - 4.05.2012 : SSEAC Workshop on Social Choice and Social Software, Kiel, paper: Connections models with negative externalities (co-authors: Philipp Möhlmeier and Emily Tanimura)

17)        23.01 - 25.01.2012 : First Caribbean Game Theory Conference, Curacao, paper: A dynamic model of influence based on aggregation functions (co-author: Grabisch)

18)        15.09 - 18.09.2011 : LogICCC Final Conference (European Science Foundation, EUROCORES Programme), Berlin, paper: Influence and centrality

19)        18.07 - 20.07.2011 : SING7 (VII Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), Paris, paper: A dynamic model of influence in social networks based on aggregation functions (co-author: Grabisch)

20)        26.06 - 1.07.2011 : 11th Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory (SAET 11), Faro, Portugal, paper: A dynamic model of influence based on aggregation functions (co-author: Grabisch)

21)        2.05 - 6.05.2011 : ICFCA 2011 (9th International Conference on Formal Concept Analysis), Nicosia, Cyprus, paper: Lattices in social networks with influence (co-author: Michel Grabisch)

22)        15.03 - 16.03.2011 : Second International Workshop “Models of Influence and Network Theory” (MINT2), Saint Etienne, paper: Measuring power and satisfaction in societies with opinion leaders: An axiomatization (co-authors: van den Brink, Steffen)

23)        2.03 - 4.03.2011 : ROADEF 2011 (XII Congrès Annuel de la Societé Française de Recherche Opérationnelle et d'Aide à la Décision), Saint Etienne, paper: Wage bargaining with non-stationary preferences under strike decision (co-author: Ozkardas)

24)        4.02 - 5.02.2011 : XVI Coalition Theory Network Workshop, Barcelone, paper: Iterating influence in a social network (co-author: Grabisch)

25)        09.09 - 10.09.2010 : 59ème Congrès Annuel de l'AFSE, Université Paris X - Nanterre, paper: A model of influence with a continuum of actions (co-author: Grabisch)

26)        21.07 - 24.07.2010 : X International Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, Moscow (Russia), paper: A model of influence with a continuum of actions (co-author: Grabisch)

27)        07.07 - 09.07.2010 : SING6 (Sixth Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), Palermo, paper: Iterating influence between players in a social network (co-author: Grabisch)

28)        2.07 - 4.07.2010 : Warsaw International Economic Meeting (WIEM2010), Warsaw, paper: A relation-algebraic approach to simple games (co-authors: Berghammer, de Swart)

29)        17.06 - 18.06.2010 : XV Coalition Theory Network Workshop, Marseille

30)        14.06 - 15.06.2009 : Sorbonne Workshop in Economic Theory (SWET 10), CES (Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne), Paris

31)        8.06 - 9.06.2010 : SSEAC Workshop on Voting and Allocation Systems, Aland (Finland), paper: Measuring influence among players with a continuum of actions (co-author: Michel Grabisch)

32)        8.10 - 9.10.2009 : International Conference “Regions, Firms and Institutions in the World Economy”, Warsaw School of Economics, paper: Competition and welfare in integrated regions (co-author: Elzbieta Czarny)

33)        10.09 - 11.09.2009 : 58ème Congrès Annuel de l'AFSE, Université Paris X - Nanterre, paper: Measuring power and satisfaction in societies with opinion leaders (co-authors: Van den Brink, Steffen)

34)        26.08 - 29.08.2009 : International Conference “Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice 6”, Tsukuba (Japan), paper: Measuring power and satisfaction in societies with opinion leaders: Dictator and opinion leader properties (co-authors: Van den Brink, Steffen)

35)        5.07 - 8.07.2009 : EURO XXIII (XXIII European Conference on Operational Research), Bonn (Germany), paper: Applying relational algebra and RelView to measures in a social network (co-authors: Berghammer, de Swart)

36)        01.07 - 03.07.2009 : SING5 (Fifth Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), Amsterdam (NL), paper: A model of influence with a continuum of actions (co-author: Grabisch)

37)        24.06 - 27.06.2009 : Sorbonne Workshop in Economic Theory (SWET 09), CES (Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne), Paris

38)        22.06 - 24.06.2009 : PET Workshop, Lyon

39)        15.06 - 16.06.2009 : International Conference “Reforming the French Presidential Election System: Experiments on Electoral Reform”, CEVIPOF Sciences-Po, Paris

40)        25.05 - 26.05.2009 : International Workshop “New Approaches to Voting and Social Choice”, Tilburg, The Netherlands, paper: Influence functions, followers and command games (co-author: Grabisch)

41)        6.04 - 8.04.2009 : 5th International Workshop on Preferences and Decisions, Trento (Italy)

42)        1.04 - 2.04.2009 : Research Meeting “Computational Social Choice and Social Software”, GATE, paper: Applying Relational Algebra, RelView and Graph Theory to Coalition Formation (co-authors: Berghammer, de Swart)

43)        1.09 - 4.09.2008 : XXXII Congress of AMASES (Associazione per la Matematica Applicata alle Scienze Economiche e Sociali), Trento (Italy), paper: Measuring influence in a social network (co-author: Grabisch)

44)        13.07 - 17.07.2008 : Third World Congress of the Game Theory Society (GAMES2008), Evanston (USA), paper: Measuring influence in command games (co-author: Grabisch)

45)        4.07 - 6.07.2008 : Warsaw International Economic Meeting (WIEM2008), Warsaw, paper: Measuring influence among players with an ordered set of possible actions (co-author: Grabisch)

46)        26.06 - 28.06.2008 : SING4 (Fourth Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), Wroclaw (Poland), organizing a session Influence and Power in Networks (parts I and II); paper: A model of influence and command games (co-author: Grabisch)

47)        19.06 - 22.06.2008 : IX International Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, Montreal (Canada), paper: An influence model and command games (co-author: Grabisch)

48)        8.07 - 11.07.2007 : EURO XXII (XXII European Conference on Operational Research), Prague, paper: Generalized influence indices (co-author: Grabisch)

49)        4.07 - 6.07.2007 : SING3 (Third Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory), Madrid, paper: The role of policy flexibility and party strength in coalition formation - an analysis of Dutch elections (co-authors: De Ridder, Saiz, Hendrix)

50)        20.06 - 22.06.2007 : International Conference `Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice 5', Bilbao (Spain), paper: Coalition formation: the role of procedure and policy flexibility (co-authors: De Ridder, Saiz, Hendrix)

51)        25.10 - 27.10.2006: 2nd CSA International Workshop `Co-operation as driver for innovation', Nijmegen, paper: On some procedures of forming a multi-partner alliance (co-author: De Ridder)

52)        25.10 - 28.10.2006 : DIMACS-LAMSADE Workshop on Voting Theory and Preference Modelling, Paris, paper: On influence and power indices (co-author: Grabisch)

53)        21.09 - 23.09.2006 : 13th Osnabrueck Seminar of Individual Decisions and Social Choice, Osnabrueck (Germany), paper: An interdisciplinary approach to coalition formation (co-authors: Berghammer, Eklund, Roubens, De Swart)

54)        13.07 - 17.07.2006 : VIII International Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, Istanbul (Turkey), paper: On influence and power indices (co-author: Michel Grabisch)

55)        14.06 - 17.06.2006 : SING2 (Second Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory) and XVI IMGTA, Foggia (Italy), paper: Comparing different procedures of forming a coalition (co-author: De Ridder)

56)        29.04.2006 : 1st Workshop “Advances in Collective Choice”, Maastricht (NL)

57)        30.03 – 31.03.2006 : 63rd Meeting of the European Working Group “Multiple Criteria Decision Aiding”, Porto (Portugal)

58)        7.02 – 11.02.2006 : 27th Linz Seminar on Fuzzy Set Theory, `Preferences, Games and Decisions', Linz (Austria), paper: An interdisciplinary approach to coalition formation (co-authors: Berghammer, Eklund, Roubens, De Swart)

59)        19.01 – 21.01.2006 : XI Coalition Theory Network Workshop, University of Warwick, Coventry (UK), paper: Graph theory, RelView and coalitions (co-authors: Berghammer, De Swart) 

60)        11.07 – 15.07.2005 : the 17th Triennial Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies (IFORS 2005), Honolulu, Hawaii (USA), organizing a session Coalition and Alliance Formation (part I and II), paper: Applying relational Algebra and RelView to coalition formation (co-authors: Berghammer, De Swart)

61)        24.06 – 26.06.2005 : First Spain Italy Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory, Maastricht (NL), paper: On some procedures of forming a coalition (co-author: De Ridder)

62)        22.06 – 24.06.2005 : International Conference “Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice 4”, Caen (France), papers: Measures for bipartite directed graphs using success and power in binary voting situations (co-author: Van den Brink) and On some procedures of forming a coalition (co-author: De Ridder)

63)        30.03 – 1.04.2005 : Workshop of COST Action 274/TARSKI, Malaga (Spain), paper: Applying relational Algebra and RelView to coalition formation (co-authors: Berghammer, De Swart)

64)        10.03 – 13.03.2005 : Public Choice Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans (the US), paper: Measures for bipartite directed graphs using success and power in binary voting situations (co-author: Van den Brink)

65)        22.02 – 26.02.2005 : VIII International Conference on Relational Methods in Computer Science (RelMiCS 8) and COST 274/TARSKI Workshops, St. Catharines (Canada), paper: A model of political consensus (co-authors: Eklund, De Swart)

66)        6.10 – 8.10.2004 : International Workshop Centre for Strategic Alliances “The Dynamics of Cooperation”, Nijmegen (NL)

67)        6.09 – 10.09.2004 : International Conference “Game Theory and Mathematical Economics”, Warsaw (Poland), papers: Application of the Macbeth approach to coalition formation (co-authors: Roubens, De Swart) and Consensus reaching in committees and coalition formation (co-authors: Eklund, De Swart)

68)        21.07 – 25.07.2004 : VII International Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, Osaka (Japan), paper: A consensus model of political decision-making (co-authors: Eklund, De Swart)

69)        12.07 – 14.07.2004 : VI Spanish Meeting on Game Theory and Practice, Elche (Spain), papers: A consensus model of decision-making in committees and coalition formation (co-authors: Eklund, De Swart) and Applying the Macbeth technique to coalition formation (co-authors: Roubens, De Swart)

70)        5.07 – 9.07.2004 : II World Congress of the Game Theory Society (GAMES 2004), Marseille (France), poster: Consensus reaching in coalition formation and committees (co-authors: Eklund, De Swart)

71)        29.06 – 3.07.2004 : Conference on Economic Design (SED 2004), Mallorca (Spain), paper: Application of the Macbeth approach to coalition formation (co-authors: Roubens, De Swart)

72)        10.06 – 12.06.2004 : Meeting of COST Action 274 TARSKI, Tampere (Finland), presentation: Report of my COST- STSMs

73)        11.03 – 13.03.2004 : Workshop of COST Action 274: TARSKI, Toulouse (France), paper: Bargaining problems with non-stationary preferences of the players

74)        4.12 5.12.2003 : VI Meeting of COST Action 274 TARSKI, Workshop Theory and Applications of Relational Structures as Knowledge Instruments, Ghent (Belgium), paper: On the Hoede-Bakker power index (co-author: De Swart)

75)        11.09 14.09.2003 : The Third International Conference „Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice”, Siena (Italy), papers: Negotiating a stable government – application of bargaining theory to a coalition formation model, and Generalizing and modifying the Hoede-Bakker index (co-author: De Swart)

76)        9.07 12.07.2003 : XV Italian Meeting on Game Theory and Applications, Urbino (Italy), papers: Negotiating a stable government – application of bargaining theory to a model of coalition formation, and Generalization and modifications of the Hoede-Bakker index (co-author: De Swart)

77)        2.07 3.07.2003 : VPP Workshop on Voting Procedures in the European Union, Caen (France)

78)        12.05 17.05.2003 : VII International Seminar on Relational Methods in Computer Science, and II International Workshop on Applications of Kleene Algebra, Meeting of COST Action 274: TARSKI, Bad Malente (near Kiel, Germany)

79)        10.04 13.04.2003 : The Third Siena Hamburg Workshop on Applied Game Theory, Siena (Italy), paper: The Hoede-Bakker index revisited (co-author: De Swart)

80)        21.03 23.03.2003 : Public Choice Society and Economy Science Meetings, Nashville (the US), papers: Generalizing the Hoede-Bakker index (co-author: Harrie de Swart), and Negotiations in Coalition Formation (co-author and speaker: Harrie De Swart)

81)        14.11 16.11.2002 : Workshop of COST Action 274, TARSKI, Work Area 3, Relational Scaling and Preferences, Prague (Czech Republic)

82)        24.10 26.10.2002 : The Ninth Osnabrueck Seminar on Individual Decision and Social Choice, Osnabrueck (Germany), paper: A new model of coalition formation (co-authors: De Swart & Van der Rijt)

83)        9.08 11.08.2002 : Workshop on Voting Power Analysis, London School of Economics, paper: On some properties of the Hoede-Bakker index (co-author: De Swart)

84)        12.07 14.07.2002 : Workshop Modelling the European Decision Making, San Sebastian (Spain), paper: On the Hoede-Bakker index (co-author: De Swart)

85)        23.06 25.06.2002 : Conference Advances in Game Theory and Related Topics joint with Game Practice III, Hilvarenbeek (the Netherlands), paper: A government reached by negotiations (co-authors: De Swart & Van der Rijt)

86)        19.06 21.06.2002 : The Second Twente Workshop on Cooperative Game Theory, University of Twente, Enschede (the Netherlands), paper: On some properties of the Hoede-Bakker index (co-author: De Swart)

87)        6.06 9.06.2002 : The Second Siena Hamburg Workshop on Applied Game Theory, Hamburg (Germany), paper: A new model of coalition formation (co-authors: De Swart & Van der Rijt)

88)        22.03 24.03.2002 : Public Choice Society and Economic Science Association 2002 Annual Meeting, San Diego (the US), paper: A new model of coalition formation (co-authors: De Swart & Van der Rijt) 

89)        19.03 20.03.2002 : Conference „Decision Analysis and Evolutionary Game Theory”, Irvine (the US), paper: A new model of coalition formation (co-authors: De Swart & Van der Rijt)

90)        11.10 14.10.2001 : The First Bilateral Siena Hamburg Workshop on Applied Game Theory, Siena (Italy), paper: An alternative model on the formation of political coalitions (author: Van der Rijt) 

91)        11.07 14.07.2001 : XIV Italian Meeting on Game Theory and Applications, Ischia (Italy), paper: Paradoxes of voting power in Dutch politics (co-author: Van Deemen)

92)        21.06 24.06.2001 : The Second International Conference “Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice”, St. Petersburg (Russia), papers: Paradoxes of voting power in Dutch politics (co-author: Van Deemen) and On certain bargaining model with simultaneous moves of the players (co-author: Tijs)

93)        24.07 28.07.2000 : The First World Congress of the Game Theory Society (GAMES 2000), Bilbao (Spain), poster: Bargaining model with preferences described by sequences of discount rates and sequences of bargaining costs

94)        19.07 21.07.2000 : The Fourth Spanish Meeting on Game Theory, Game Practice II, VIII Summer Meeting on Game Theory, Valencia (Spain), paper: Bargaining model with preferences described by sequences of discount rates and sequences of bargaining costs

95)        6.06 9.06.2000 : The First Polish Workshop of PhD Students, Borki (Poland), paper: Bargaining problem with non-stationary preferences of the players

96)        7.04 8.04.2000 : Exploratory Workshop on Bargaining, Barcelona (Spain)

97)        19.11 20.11.1999 : Workshop on Logic and Games, organised by the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam (the Netherlands) 

98)        21.09 28.09.1999 : XXVIII Polish Conference on Mathematics Applications, Zakopane (Poland), paper: Bargaining model with bargaining costs varying in time

99)        20.08 26.08.1999 : XI International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Cracow (Poland)

100)    8.08 14.08.1999 : II International Conference of Ph.D. Students, Miskolc (Hungary), paper: Subgame perfect equilibria in the model with bargaining costs varying in time

101)    13.05 16.05.1999 : International Conference on Logic, Game Theory and Social Choice, Oisterwijk (the Netherlands) 

102)    26.06 30.06.1998 : XII Convegno di teoria dei giochi ed applicazioni. Game Practice I, Genova (Italy), paper: Bargaining problem with non-stationary time preferences

103)    8.06 10.06.1998 : BOS’98 Conference for celebration of 50 years of Polish Computer Sciences, Kutno, paper: Bargaining problem with non-stationary preferences of the players

104)    23.09 30.09.1997 : XXVI Polish Conference on Mathematics Applications, Zakopane (Poland), paper: Bargaining problem with non-stationary preferences of the players

105)    12.06 15.06.1996 : International Symposium in Honor of John C. Harsanyi “Game Theory, Experience, Rationality”, Vienna


LINKS

-          CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

-          CES – Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne

-          Université Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne

-          GATE - Groupe d’Analyse et de Théorie Economique (Ecully)

-          Warsaw School of Economics

-          Center for Strategy and Alliances (Radboud University Nijmegen)

-          Nijmegen School of Management

-          Radboud University Nijmegen

-          Dutch Social Choice Group

-          CentER (Tilburg University)  

-          CORE Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (Louvain-la-Neuve)

-          Game Theory Society

-          Society for Social Choice and Welfare

-          CTN - Coalition Theory Network

-          Grand Coalition

-          European Cost Action 274: TARSKI

-          MCFA - Marie Curie Fellowship Association

-          CORDIS FP7

-          American Public Choice Society

-          European Public Choice Society

-          EURO – The Association of European Operational Research Societies

-          EWG-MCDA - EURO Working Group Multicriteria Decision  Aiding

-          International Federation of Operations Research Societies