International Conference "Economic Design and Algorithms in St Petersburg", July 8-9, 2019
On July, 8-9, the International Laboratory of Game Theory and Decision Making held the International Conference Economic Design and Algorithms in St. Petersburg.
The conference brought together 20 economists and computer scientists. It focused on design problems where the methodologies of these two communities interact successfully, including but not limited to:
● Market design
● Matching and assignment
● Voting rules
● Fair division
● Information design
Anna Bogomolnaia (HSE, University of Glasgow)
Herve Moulin (HSE, University of Glasgow)
Alexander Nesterov (HSE)
Fedor Sandomirskiy (HSE, Technion)
Constantine Sorokin (HSE, University of Glasgow)
Conference Program (PDF, 98 Kb)
Francis Bloch (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne): Pricing in anonymized networks
The conference was preceded by a 2-days Summer School Game Theory: Applications, Networks, Emotions (July 5-6, 2019)
SUMMER SCHOOL WEBPAGE
3A Kantemirovskaya st, St Petersburg, Russia
Xenia Adaeva firstname.lastname@example.org
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