The Retreat on Information, Networks, and Social Economics, is a biannual retreat where researchers present and discuss preliminary work on these themes. The first RINSE took place with 10 attendees from August 21 to August 24 in Oceanside, CA. The goal of this retreat is to facilitate high quality discussions and feedback on early stage research projects.
RINSE 2019 - Location TBD
Planning for RINSE 2019 is underway. Stay tuned.
RINSE 2017 - Oceanside, CA
The following researchers participated in the first RINSE.
- Mohammad Akbarpour
- Nageeb Ali
- Itay Fainmesser
- Ben Golub
- David Hirshleifer
- Matthew Jackson,
- Jacopo Perego
- Evan Sadler
- Omer Tamuz
- Leeat Yariv
As of December 2018, several papers have emerged from discussions at the retreat, including:
- Information Aggregation in Overlapping Generations
- The Market for Influence
- Behavioral Communities and the Atomic Structure of Networks
- False Information and Disagreement in Social Networks