[GSDI Legal Econ] Workshop on Internet and Network Economics - call for papers
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From: wine2005 at cs.cityu.edu.hk [mailto:wine2005 at cs.cityu.edu.hk]
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CALL FOR PAPERS - deadline 13 July 2005
Workshop on Internet and Network Economics
Hong Kong, December 15-17, 2005.
There has been a growing trend in merging theories, methodologies, and
applications in Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics, Management
Sciences for solving problems arisen in Internet technologies, grid
computing, network communication protocols, as well as social economic
issues in virtual communities enabled through World Wide Web.
In this international conference, we plan to bring over scientists from
those areas together to provide a forum for researchers working in
Internet and Network Economics and related topics and to exchange
innovative ideas and to be aware of each others efforts and results.
While we solicit papers describing research in the following topics,
papers addressing different aspect but relevant important problems are
* Ad hoc networking and communities,
* algorithmic game theory and online algorithms,
* algorithmic mechanism design,
* auction algorithms and analysis,
* computational general equilibrium and approximation,
* coordination and collective action,
* digital goods and information markets,
* e-commerce payment and exchange protocols,
* economics of internet security,
* fixed point algorithms,
* indivisible goods equilibrium,
* incentive compatible protocols,
* knowledge economy and intellectual product pricing,
* majority equilibrium,
* price differentiation and price dynamics,
* pricing models for network congestion protocols,
* pricing of software system, grid computing and utility computing,
* reputation systems,
* security issues and protocols in social networks, social engineering,
* strategic data mining,
* strategic proof protocols,
* other related topics.
All submissions will be rigorously peer reviewed and evaluated on the
basis of the quality of their contribution, originality, soundness, and
significance. The final version will be restricted to 10 pages.
A limited number of high quality short papers presenting novel ideas,
issues, challenges and directions are also welcome.
Authors should submit their munuscripts at conference website:
For further information, please contact: wine2005 at cs.cityu.edu.hk
Please bookmark the website and note the following submission deadlines:
Submission: July 13, 2005
Notification: August 18, 2005
Final Version Due: September 15, 2005
City University of Hong Kong
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