The workshop will take place at University of Milano-Bicocca on 3-5 september 2018
The subjective approach to probability has historically had great importance in the comprehension of uncertainty phenomena, as witnessed by the works of de Finetti, Dubins, Savage and of too many other scholars to mention explicitly.
Although mostly superseded by the axiomatic setting inaugurated by Kolmogoroff, the subjective approach is common to all those studies in which probability is not taken as an assumption but rather as part of the solution to specific mathematical problems in statistics, gambling, game theory, economics.
In organizing this meeting we aim at putting together researchers who, each in his own field, share such fundamental view and at bringing to the general attention the work done so far and the great future potential.
The Mathematics of Subjective Probability‘ workshop — hopefully only a first event of a future series — welcomes all mathematicians who are interested in the topic.
Data: Giovedì 14 aprile, ore 18.00.
Luogo: UniCredit Pavillon.
Iscrizione: ingresso libero fino a esaurimento posti.
L’evento non è organizzato dal DEMS, ma lo segnaliamo perché interessante.
Per informazioni fare riferimento alla pagina ufficiale dell’evento.
Dr. Marco Albertoni, Executive Assistant di IBM Italia
Dr. Matteo Forgiarini, Country Manager di CubeYou
Data: Giovedì 10 dicembre 2015 dalle ore 18:00 alle ore 20:00
Luogo: Ristorante Vivà in viale Sarca 207, Milano (mappa )
Per prenotarsi (l’iscrizione è libera, ma i posti sono limitati): compilare il modulo che trovate presso questo link
Per maggiori dettagli riferirsi alla pagina di Innovation Pub Bicocca e in particolare alla pagina del pub del 10 dicembre 2015
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Relatore: Jean-Francois (Paris School of Economics)
Titolo: Analyzing the EuroVotePlus Experiment
Data: 7 ottobre 2015 ore 12:00
Luogo: edificio U7, secondo piano, aula seminari della sezione economica
Abstract: This paper reports on an online experiment that took place in several European countries during the three weeks before the 2014 elections for the European Parliament. We created a website where visitors could obtain information about the electoral rules used in different European Member States for this election. Participants were then invited to cast (simulated) ballots for the election according to three voting rules: closed list proportional representation, open list proportional representation with preferential voting, and open list proportional representation with cumulative voting and panachage. Participants were also invited to think about, and experiment with, the idea of electing some members of the European Parliament through pan-European party lists. The data gathered from this study enable researchers to consider the effects of electoral systems on outcomes in individual countries, and also to investigate the potential popularity and effects of Europe-wide European Parliament constituencies.
“Price effects of sovereign debt auctions in the Euro-zone the role of the crisis”
Wednesday June 25, 2014 12:00
Room 372, Building U6, 3rd floor