Tenth International Conference “Game Theory and Management” (GTM2016)

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07-07-16 to 09-07-16
St. Peterburg
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Participants will have an opportunity to attend the presentations on a wide range of game-theoretic models, both theory and management applications.

The topics

The topics include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Game theory and management applications
  • Cooperative games and applications
  • Dynamic games and applications
  • Evolutionary games and applications
  • Stochastic games and applications
  • Game theory applications in fields such as: strategic management, industrial organization, marketing, operations and supply chain management, public management, financial management, human resources, energy and resource management and others.


Plenary Speakers

Professor Jean-Jacques Herings, School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University (The Netherlands)

Professor Eric Maskin,  Department of Economics, Harvard University (USA)

Professor Eilon Solan, School of Mathematical Sciences, Tel Aviv University ( Israel)

Professor Alexander Tarasyev, Department of Dynamic Systems, Ekaterinburg (Russia)



Submissions of an extended abstract (not exceeding 2 pages) are to be made on-line through this webpage. Both TeX or MS Word (recommended) files are possible.

To submit a paper to GTM2016 you need to register as a user to the EasyChar System.

The decision concerning the acceptance of a presentation will be made on the basis of the extended abstract submission. A volume of GTM 2016 extended abstracts will be available for registered participants at the beginning of the conference.

After the conference, all participants will have an opportunity to submit their papers for publication in a refereed "Contributions to Game Theory and Management", vol. X.



  • Extended abstracts and invited session submission: February 20th, 2016
  • Notification of acceptance: March 20th, 2016
  • Final version of the extended abstract: April 20th, 2016
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