Summer School on Economic Theory and Computer Science, Jerusalem 23/6/24-27/6/24
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by Noam Nisan
2M ago
The 34th Advanced School in Economic Theory and Computer Science will be held in Jerusalem during Sun, 23/06/2024 to Thu, 27/06/2024. General Director: Eric Maskin, Harvard University Organizers: Elchanan Ben-Porath, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Michal Feldman, Tel Aviv University Noam Nisan, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Contemporary economic theorists and computer scientists have a large research agenda in common. Topics of mutual interest include the design of contracts, auctions, and information structures, as well as the use of algorithms to achieve fair allocations. T ..read more
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2023 SIGecom Test of Time Award — Call for Nominations
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by Noam Nisan
1y ago
The SIGecom Test of Time Award recognizes the author or authors of an influential paper or series of papers published between ten and twenty-five years ago that has significantly impacted research or applications exemplifying the interplay of economics and computation. The 2023 SIGecom Test of Time Award will be given for papers published no earlier than 1998 and no later than 2013. Nominations are due by February 28th, 2023 (Anywhere on Earth), and must be made together with the endorsement letters by submission using this form. Any member of SIGecom may submit a nominatio ..read more
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2022 ACM SIGecom Test of Time Award
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by Noam Nisan
2y ago
The SIGecom Test of Time Award recognizes the author or authors of an influential paper or series of papers that has significantly impacted research or applications exemplifying the interplay of economics and computation.To be eligible, a paper or series of papers must be on a topic in the intersection of economics and computation, and must have been first published in an archival journal or conference proceedings no less than ten years and no more than twenty-five years before the year the award is conferred. The 2022 ToT award will be given for papers published no earlier than 1997 and no la ..read more
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SIGecom Doctoral Dissertation Award
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by michalfeldman
2y ago
The SIGecom Doctoral Dissertation Award recognizes an outstanding dissertation in the field of economics and computation. The award is conferred annually at the ACM Conference on Economics and Computation and includes a certificate, complimentary conference registration, and an honorarium of $1,500. A certificate may further be given to up to two runners-up. No award may be conferred if the nominations are judged not to meet the standards for the award. To be eligible, a dissertation must be on a topic related to economics and computation and must have been defended successfully during the cal ..read more
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WINE’21 Call for Papers
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by michalfeldman
3y ago
WINE 2021: The 17th Conference on Web and Internet Economics  December 14-17, 2021 Hasso Plattner Institute, Potsdam, Germany Overview Over the past two decades, researchers in theoretical computer science, artificial intelligence, operations research, and economics have joined forces to understand the interplay of incentives and computation. These issues are of particular importance in the Web and the Internet that enable the interaction of large and diverse populations. The Conference on Web and Internet Economics (WINE) is an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas and resul ..read more
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NetEcon 2021
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by Kevin Leyton-Brown
3y ago
NetEcon’21, the 16th Workshop on the Economics of Networks, Systems and Computation, will take place on July 23, 2021. NetEcon’21 is a workshop of EC’21, the 22nd ACM Conference on Economics and Computation, which will be held on July 19-23, 2021, co-located with the 6th World Congress of the Game Theory Society. The aim of NetEcon is to foster discussions on the application of economic and game-theoretic models and principles to address challenges in the development of networks and network-based applications and services. Details regarding submission rules and dates can be found at  ..read more
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The Stony Brook International Conference on Game Theory, July 5-8, 2021
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by michalfeldman
3y ago
Call for Participation and Poster submission: The 32nd annual Stony Brook International Conference on Game Theory  will be held online July 5 – 8, 2021. This year the conference will emphasize recent research at the intersection of computer science and economics. We will also celebrate the recent Nobel prize to Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson, who will both deliver an extended version of their Nobel prize speech. The conference will begin and end with a reception in honor of Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson. The schedule is available here. The main program will consi ..read more
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CALL FOR PROPOSALS: EC 2021 WORKSHOPS AND TUTORIALS
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by Noam Nisan
3y ago
The EC 2021 conference invites proposals for tutorials and workshops to be held in conjunction with the ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (ACM EC). EC’21 will be held either virtually or in a hybrid format. In the latter case, tutorial/workshop organizers will have the opportunity to decide whether to hold their event in person or remotely. Tutorials Tutorials provide an opportunity to educate the community about emerging topics of interest, or about topics from related fields that merit additional attention from the EC community.  A tutorial is an opportunity to invite colleagu ..read more
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ADFOCS 2020 (Market Design and Computational Fair Division)
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by timroughgarden
4y ago
Via Pieter Kleer: 21st Max Planck Summer School: Advanced Course on the Foundations of Computer Science (ADFOCS 2020) August 24 – 28, 2020 Saarbruecken, Germany THIS IS A VIRTUAL EVENT http://www.mpi-inf.mpg.de/conference/adfocs ————————————————————————————————— About ADFOCS ADFOCS is an international summer school that has been held annually for the last twenty years at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics (MPII) in Saarbruecken, Germany. It is organized as part of the activities of the MPII, in particular the International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS), MPII’s graduate program. The ..read more
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Suggestions for computer scientists submitting papers to JET
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by Jason Hartline
4y ago
Guest post by Tilman Borgers (JET Lead Editor), Marciano Siniscalchi (JET Editor), and Jason Hartline (JET Associate Editor): The Journal of Economic Theory (JET) would like to encourage submissions from computer scientists. JET is a leading journal of the economic theory community, and has a broader readership among economists and covers a broader range of topics than other theory journals. JET is also the first field journal of the economic theory community, having been founded more than 50 years ago. Many publications in JET in those 50 years have changed not just the direction of economic ..read more
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