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15th European Meeting on Game Theory

Conference 2019

Organizing committee

  • Hannu Salonen (chair)

  • Mitri Kitti

  • Ville Korpela

  • Matti Pihlava

Scientific Committee

  • Encarnación Algaba
    University of Seville, Spain
  • Gustavo Bergantinos
    University of Vigo, Spain
  • René van den Brink
    VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • André Casajus
    HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Germany
  • Marco Dall’Aglio
    LUISS University, Italy
  • Andrea Di Liddo
    University of Foggia, Italy
  • Vito Fragnelli
    University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy
  • Gianfranco Gambarelli
    University of Bergamo, Italy
  • Michel Grabisch
    Paris School of Economics, France
  • Ruud Hendrickx
    Tilburg University, The Netherlands
  • Manfred J. Holler
    University of Hamburg, Germany
  • Ville Korpela
    University of Turku, Finland
  • Mitri Kitti
    University of Turku, Finland
  • Sascha Kurz
    University of Bayreuth, Germany
  • Marcin Malawski
    University of Warsaw, Poland
  • Jacek Mercik
    WSB University in Wroclaw, Poland
  • Stefano Moretti
    University Paris-Dauphine, France
  • Stefan Napel
    University of Bayreuth, Germany
  • Marina Nuñez Oliva
    University of Barcelona, Spain
  • Hannu Nurmi
    University of Turku, Finland
  • Agnieszka Rusinowska
    Paris School of Economics, France
  • Hannu Salonen
    University of Turku, Finland
  • Joaquín Sánchez-Soriano
    Miguel Hernández University of Elche, Spain
  • Marco Slikker
    University of Technology Eindhoven, The Netherlands
  • Izabella Stach
    AGH University of Science & Technology, Poland
  • Frank Steffen
    University of Bayreuth, Germany
  • Judith Timmer
    University of Twente, The Netherlands

The Conference venue

The conference will be held at the Turku School of Economics (TSE), street address: Rehtorinpellonkatu 3, Turku.

The school is part of the Turku University Campus area and located near the centre of Turku, about 1 km from the city centre Market Square.

The easiest way to get to TSE from city centre (hotels) is to walk along the riverside, pass the Cathedral, continue to the street Hämeenkatu and turn left to the street Rehtorinpellonkatu. It is also possible to take a bus from the city centre to Hämeenkatu.

For timetables, routes and other ticket options, please visit
Föli -Turku Region Traffic.

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Turku – the congress city

Turku, in the Southwest corner of Finland, is the oldest city and the first capital of the country. Today it is the capital of its region, Southwest Finland.
Turku is often said to be the only West European town in Finland as all medieval European towns have four things in common: a river for transport, a cathedral for religious power, a castle that represents the secular power and last but not least – a marketplace for acts of commerce. Turku has them all!
Please visit the Visit Turku website for more information.

Combine culture and outdoor recreation!

Cultural exercise routes located around the Aura river are a refreshing combination of culture and exercise. Take your time and explore Turku and its love stories, statues and urban legends. You can walk, run or cycle, the choice is yours.

The routes are not marked so you will need a map with you. You can get the route maps from the library or the Tourist info or you can print them from the Turku website. If you have a smartphone, you can download the free Citynomadi mobile app and get the maps from the app.

The City Bikes provide a quick and easy way of getting around Turku

The city bike-share system in Turku consists of bikes that are for public use and which can be picked up and dropped off at bike stations. The “Föli-fillarit” city bikes are meant mainly for short-term use. The bikes will be available all year round and in winter they are equipped with winter tyres.

The city bike-share system is a part of Föli Turku Region Traffic. You’ll find more information here.



SING15 Conference is sponsored by Yrjö Jahnsson Foundation, Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation, the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies, and the city of Turku.

Yrjö Jahnsson Foundation is a private trust founded to promote Finnish research in economics and medicine.

This conference has received funding from the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies, which the Ministry of Education and Culture grants from Veikkaus’ income.