List of submitted papers (speakers in bold)

Jinhui H. Bai (Georgetown U.) and Roger Lagunoff (Geogetown U.)
Revealed Political Power

Donald Brown (Yale U.)
The Walrasian Paradigm:Equilibria in Decentralized Competitive Markets

Laurens Cherchye (KU Leuven and Tilburg U.), Thomas Demuynck (KU Leuven) and Bram De Rock (ULB, Bruxelles)
Testable Implications of General Equilibrium Models: An Integer Programming Approach

Laurens Cherchye (KU Leuven and Tilburg U.), Ian Crawford (U. Oxford), Bram De Rock (ULB, Bruxelles), Frederic Vermeulen (Tilburg U.)
Revealed Preference and Aggregation

Pierre-André Chiappori (Columbia U.), Olivier Donni (U. Cergy-Pontoise) and Ivana Komunjer (UCSD)
Learning From a Piece of Pie

Ivar Ekeland (U. British Columbia)

Claude d'Aspremont (CORE, Louvain) and Rodolphe Fereira Dos Santos (U. Strasbourg)
The Lindahl Approach of Household Behavior

Alfred Galichon (Ecole Polytechnique) and Bernard Salanié (Columbia U.)
<media 9515 _blank - "TEXTE, galichon, galichon.pdf, 450 KB">Matching with Trade-offs: Revealed Preferences over Competing Characteristics</media>

Peter Hammond (U. Warwick) and Stefan Traub (U. Bremen)
<media 10161 _blank>A Three-Stage Experimental Test of Revealed Preference</media>

Gyula Magyarkuti (Corvinus U. Budapest)
Revealed Preferences: A Topological Approach

Laurens Cherchye (KU Leuven and Tilburg U.), Bram De Rock (ULB, Bruxelles) and Vincenzo Platino (PSE, Paris)
Private versus Public Consumption within Groups: Testing the Nature of Goods from Aggregate Data

Andrés Carvajal (U. Warwick), Rahul Deb (U. Toronto), James Fenske (U. Oxford) and John Quah (U. Oxford)
<media 11416 _blank>A Revealed Preference Analysis of the Cournot Model</media>

Robert Routledge (U. Manchester)
<media 9642 _blank>On Revealed Preferences in Oligopoly Games</media>

Vadim Cherepanov (U. Penn), Timothy Feddersen (Northwestern U.) and Alvaro Sandroni (Northwestern U.)
<media 9491 _blank>Rationalization</media>

Robertas Zubrickas (U. Zurich)
How Exposure to Markets Can Favor Inequity-Averse Preferences