Professur für Algorithmen und Komplexität
New Paper at SAGT 2021 29 Jun 2021
Our paper ''When Dividing Mixed Manna is Easier than Dividing Goods: Competitive Equilibria with a Constant Number of Chores'' (by Jugal Garg, Martin Hoefer, Peter McGlaughlin, Marco Schmalhofer) was accepted at the 14th Int. Symposium on Algorithmic Game Theory (SAGT 2021).
New Paper at IJCAI 2021 29 Apr 2021
Our paper ''Stochastic Probing with Increasing Precision'' (by Martin Hoefer, Kevin Schewior, Daniel Schmand) was accepted at the 30th Int. Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2021), one of the two international top-conferences in artificial intelligence.
New Paper in American Economic Journal: Microeconomics 17 Mar 2021
In our paper ''Reaping the Informational Surplus in Bayesian Persuasion'' (by Ronen Gradwohl, Niklas Hahn, Martin Hoefer, Rann Smorodinsky) we study a competitive scenario, in which several experts with knowledge about the state of the world want to influence the choice of a decision maker (e.g., consultants/lobbyists try to influence policy decisions of the government). Even if there is only slight uncertainty for each expert about the interests of other experts, then the decision maker can extract the full informational surplus -- by restricting to listen only to one expert, the emerging competition motivates them to reveal all information about the state of the world. The paper has been accepted for publication in American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, a top-journal in economics.