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Program Committee

Program Committee Chair

Mogens Nielsen, Aarhus, Denmark

Conference Tracks


Game Theoretic Aspects of E-commerce

Track Chair

Contents

The track focuses on game theoretic aspects of e-commerce. Theoretical contributions, empirical studies, and studies of the application of the theory to industry are all relevant.

The list of topics includes (but is not limited to):

  • automated and algorithmic mechanism design
  • computational pricing
  • auction theory geared towards e-commerce, such as auctions for digital goods, sponsored search auctions and combinatorial auctions
  • game theoretic aspects of trading agent systems
  • game theoretic aspects of networks and network formation
  • game theoretic aspects of cryptographic protocols

Program Committee Members:

Arne Andersson (Uppsala University and Trade Extensions, Sweden)
Felix Brandt (University of Munich, Germany)
Giorgos Christodoulou    (MPII Saarbruecken, Germany)
Artur Czumaj (DIMAP, University of Warwick, UK)
Edith Elkind (University of Southampton, UK)
Rica Gonen (Yahoo! Research, USA)
Jason Hartline (Northwestern, USA)
Kamal Jain (Microsoft Research, USA)
Vangelis Markakis (CWI, The Netherlands)
Peter Bro Miltersen (University of Aarhus, Denmark, chair)
Martin Pal (Google, USA)
David Parkes (Harvard, USA)
Paolo Penna (Universita di Salerno, Italy)
Carmine Ventre (University of Liverpool, UK)


 
 
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