Friday, February 03, 2017

9th annual NYCE meeting

The NY area CS+Econ meeting, the 2017 year version, will be held May 19th at NYU. More info:

The New York Computer Science and Economics Day is an annual meeting of researchers in the NY area working on the interplay between computer science and economics. As usual, NYCE will feature invited talks by leading researchers -- this year's keynote speakers include David Rothschild (Microsoft), Emin Gun Sirer (Cornell) and Assaf Zeevi (Columbia)  - as well as contributed talks and a poster session.

We are soliciting contributed short talks and posters. Topics of interest to the NYCE community include (but are not limited to) the economics of Internet activity such as search, user-generated content, or social networks; the economics of Internet advertising and marketing; the design and analysis of electronic markets; algorithmic game theory; mechanism design; and other subfields of algorithmic economics.  We welcome posters and short talks on theoretical, modeling, algorithmic, and empirical work.

Please see the website for registration and the call for papers.

Organizers: Amy Greenwald (Brown University), Ilan Lobel (NYU Stern), Renato Paes Leme (Google Research) and  James Wright (Microsoft Research)



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