This seminar is organised by the Oxford Martin Programme on Complexity and the CABDyN Complexity Centre
Speaker: Timo Ehrig, Research Scientist, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences
Summary: In this talk, Timo will explore two topics: 1. decision-making when we face novelties, and 2. how beliefs about other agents' beliefs matter for price and interest rate formation.
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Sandwiches and drinks will be provided