14th European Meeting on Game Theory (SING14)

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Date: 
16-07-18 to 18-07-18
City: 
Bayreuth
Country: 
Germany
Event format: 
Conference
The-14th European (formerly Spain-Italy-Netherlands) Meeting on Game Theory (SING14) is organised by the Professorship of Economics IG of the University of Bayreuth and will be the first one held in Germany.

Topics
We welcome contributions from all areas of game theory, including, but not limited to:
- Cooperative games and their applications
- Mechanism design
-  Networks
- Dynamic games
-  Evolutionary games
- Stochastic games
- Voting and power indices
- Auctions
- Bargaining
- Learning and experimentation in games
- Computational game theory
- Game theory applications in fields such as: management, energy, health policy,
industrial organization, and others.

 

Local Organising Committee
Frank Steffen - Chair, Univeristy of Bayreuth
Uriel Braham - University of Bayreuth
Carmen Schreyer - University of Bayreuth
Maximilian Schreyer - University of Bayreuth

Submissions
Submissions of extended abstracts (not exceeding 2 pages) are to be made online through
the conference website: www.sing14.org/pages/submission.php.
The decision concerning the acceptance of presentation will be made on the basis of the
extended abstract submissions.

SING – Best Student Paper Prize
For young researches there exists the possibility to apply for the SING – Best Student Paper
Prize. Further information about the procedure to apply and the eligibility conditions can be
found on the conference webpage: www.sing14.org/pages/singprice.php.

Important Dates
January 16th, 2018: Invited sessions summary submission deadline
February 16th, 2018: Abstract submission deadline
March 16th, 2018: Notification of acceptance
May 16th, 2018: Early registration deadline
July 16th – 18th, 2018: Conference dates

Visit the website www.sing14.org to learn more about the conference and the conference
venue. Questions can be directed to info@sing14.org.

On behalf of the Local Organising Committee,
Frank Steffen (University of Bayreuth)

Call deadline: 
28-02-18
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