Sunday, December 8, 2013

EC14, now called Economics and Computation, at Stanford June 8-12 (submission deadline is Feb 11)

Here's the announcement and call for papers. The deadline is Feb 11 for paper submission.

Two related conferences will be coordinated at Stanford at the same time, the NBER market design conference, and the NSF Decentralization conference (see the announcement here).

You can also see how closely interwoven computer science and economics/market design have become by looking at the program committee, which includes both computer scientists and economists mixed up (or maybe mixed up computer scientists and economists):

General Chair: 
Moshe BabaioffMicrosoft Research
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Program Chairs:
Vincent ConitzerDuke University
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David EasleyCornell University
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Workshop Chair:
Robert KleinbergCornell University
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Tutorial Chair:
Shuchi ChawlaUniversity of Wisconsin - Madison
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Senior Program Committee (one per area):
Theory and Foundations SPC:

Larry BlumeCornell University
Aaron Bodoh-CreedUC Berkeley
Felix BrandtTU Munich
Shuchi ChawlaUniversity of Wisconsin - Madison
Edith ElkindOxford University
Joan FeigenbaumYale University
Michal FeldmanHebrew University of Jerusalem
Drew FudenbergHarvard University
Nicole ImmorlicaNorthwestern University and Microsoft Research
Anna KarlinUniversity of Washington
David KempeUniversity of Southern California
Scott KominersHarvard University
Ron LaviTechnion - Israel Institute of Technology
Vahab MirrokniGoogle Research
Utku UnverBoston College

Artificial Intelligence and Applied Game Theory SPC:

Itai AshlagiMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Yiling ChenHarvard University
Arpita GhoshCornell University
Kate LarsonUniversity of Waterloo
Kevin Leyton-Brown, University of British Columbia
David PennockMicrosoft Research
Ariel ProcacciaCarnegie Mellon University
Tuomas SandholmCarnegie Mellon University
Experimental, Empirical, and Application SPC:

Eric BudishUniversity of Chicago
Yan ChenUniversity of Michigan
Ben EdelmanHarvard University
Ashish GoelStanford University
Muthu Muthukrishnan, Rutgers
Denis NekipelovUC Berkeley
Sid SuriMicrosoft Research
Steven TadelisUC Berkeley
Local Arrangements:
Yoav Shoham, Stanford University

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