Saturday, September 14, 2013

CFP for WWW 2014, Internet Monetization Track

WWW 2014  April 7-11, Seoul, Korea 
Abstract deadline: Oct 1, 2013  Paper submission deadline: Oct 8, 2013
Internet economics and monetization Track

The Web has become as a major economic phenomenon, serving both as a new platform for traditional transactions such as business-to-business and business-to-consumer commerce, as well as an arena for a variety of new economic activities ranging from online advertising, digital payment systems, bandwidth provisioning, peer-to-peer lending, and crowdsourcing.

The WWW track on Internet Economics and Monetization is a forum for theoretical and applied research related to the modeling, analysis, and design of web-specific economic activities and incentive systems, and computational advertising and ad selection for all available online advertising formats. The track will be interdisciplinary in nature, welcoming any research related to economic aspects of the Web.

Topics: Relevant topics include (but are not limited to) :
  • Internet auctions, markets, and exchanges
  • Computational advertising: Sponsored search, content match, graphical ads delivery, targeting
  • Machine learning and data mining in the context of Internet monetization
  • Economics aspects of online reviews, reputations, and ratings
  • Monetizing digital media, user generated content, and the social web
  • User-experience design aspects of Web monetization mechanisms
  • Web analytics for e-commerce
  • Economics of data and digital goods
  • Incentives in crowdsourcing and human computation
  • Advertising infrastructure: tools, platforms, networks, exchanges, automation, audience intelligence
  • Economic approaches to spam/fraud control
  • E-commerce issues in cloud computing and and Web apps
  • Mobile web advertising and location-based e-commerce
  • Decision-theoretic and game-theoretic modeling of online behavior
  • Empirical and theoretical analysis of online labor markets

Track chairs:  Arpita Ghosh, Cornell University and Vanja Josifovski, Google 



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