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In Game Changer, the podcast by TWS Partners, we want to share our enthusiasm and passion for game theory and its applications.

We invite guests from business and academia to discuss how they use the power of game theory in their profession to make a difference – and to learn some fun anecdotes, useful facts and valuable insights along the way. Join us on this journey, and find out that game theory is much more than a topic for ivory tower discussions.

Game Changer - the game theory podcast TWS Partners

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In Game Changer, the podcast by TWS Partners, we want to share our enthusiasm and passion for game theory and its applications.

We invite guests from business and academia to discuss how they use the power of game theory in their profession to make a difference – and to learn some fun anecdotes, useful facts and valuable insights along the way. Join us on this journey, and find out that game theory is much more than a topic for ivory tower discussions.

    Cause and effect – or why the 2021 Nobel Prize is nothing less than an empirical revolution | with Paul Hünermund

    Cause and effect – or why the 2021 Nobel Prize is nothing less than an empirical revolution | with Paul Hünermund

    Cause and effect – or why the 2021 Nobel Prize is nothing less than an empirical revolution | with Paul Hünermund
    In this episode Paul Hünermund explains why the Nobel prize in Economics this year was given to the three researchers David Card, Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens and what companies can learn from their research. We talk about how natural experiments sparked an empirical revolution and how machine learning can help us establish causal links to find the answer to everyday questions.

    • 23 Min.
    A smarter way to save the climate | with Jos Cozijnsen

    A smarter way to save the climate | with Jos Cozijnsen

    We are talking to Jos Cozijnsen, carbon specialist at the Carbon Neutral Group. Jos explains how knowledge from Game Theory and Mechanism Design can help reduce carbon emissions. He explains in detail the cap & trade system in Europe which makes carbon credits tradeable. This market has introduced CO2 reduction certificates which are issued for a project where additional CO2 reductions have been accomplished. Such carbon credit or CO2 reduction certificate can be used to compensate own emissions.

    • 26 Min.
    Evolutionary game theory or ‘Why you can trust a peacock’ | with Kevin Zollman

    Evolutionary game theory or ‘Why you can trust a peacock’ | with Kevin Zollman

    We are talking to Kevin Zollman, professor of Philosophy and Social and Decision Sciences. Kevin explains how to use game theoretic concepts to study non-verbal communication between animals (and humans). We also discuss the limits of these concepts and alternative explanations that form the current state of research on this topic.

    • 29 Min.
    Behind the Scenes of Sotheby's Auction House | with Eva Donnerhack

    Behind the Scenes of Sotheby's Auction House | with Eva Donnerhack

    In this episode we are talking to Eva Donnerhack, Director, Specialist for Modern and Impressionist Art and Head of Sales Germany at Sotheby's. Together we take a look behind the curtain of preparing an auction in the world of art, discuss the importance of timing, stories and cultural differences and learn what art auctions and concerts have in common.

    • 31 Min.
    Are All Models Wrong? | with Scott Page

    Are All Models Wrong? | with Scott Page

    In this episode Scott Page, professor for Complexity, Social Science and Management at the University of Michigan, explains the value of models and their uses in different environments and disciplines including economics and in particular game theory. We talk about what to consider when setting up a model, how models capture "real life" and how to best apply them in a business context using game theory.

    • 27 Min.
    The Price of a Pill: Game Theory and the Pharmaceutical Industry | with Oliver Viehmann

    The Price of a Pill: Game Theory and the Pharmaceutical Industry | with Oliver Viehmann

    We explore the application of game theory to pricing strategies and negotiations in the highly regulated pharmaceutical industry. We discuss how pharmaceutical companies engage with regulators across the world to determine drug prices using two broad mechanisms: regulatory cost-effectiveness pricing and competitive procurement mechanisms .We delve into the game theoretic complexities and challenges for both payers, who create auction designs, and manufacturers, who compete to win contracts.

    • 17 Min.

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