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The Final Programme of the 22nd CTN Workshop is now online
26 April 2017
Constanze Binder, Burak Can and Ulle Endriss are the organisers of the Dutch Social Choice Colloquium series. The next meeting, to be held on Friday the 21st of April in Amsterdam, will take the form of a special session in honour of Kenneth J. Arrow.
30 March 2017
Kenneth J. Arrow, one of the most brilliant economic minds of the 20th century and, at 51, the youngest economist ever to win a Nobel, died on Tuesday at his home in Palo Alto, California. He was 95.
23 February 2017
International Journal of Engineering Business Management: Special Collection on Social and Collaborative Networks and their Applications
This Special Collection is devoted to publishing the latest significant research results on Social and Collaborative Networks design, analysis and management. During the last two decades, there has been a remarkable increase in research attention to networks which fostered the domains of applications and gathered research in the exchanging of knowledge on methods and models. Moreover, the increased availability of large databases and big data analysis opportunities have enabled the description of emergent phenomena as well as communities and collaborative patterns between networks’ members.
02 February 2017
JEBO will publish a special issue on Psychological Game Theory gathering frontier related research. Relevant topics include: basic theory; experimental tests; applied work, and, reflections on the field.
26 January 2017
Special Issue on Game Theory and Water Resource Management, Water Economics and Policy (WEP) journal
Water resources are essential and critical to human life/development. The pressures on water resources are expected to worsen because of climate change, growing populations and economies demand more of it. In the absence of negotiation/ bargaining and lack of clear rights, water is a source of human conflicts. Game theory is an appropriate approach to simulate and resolve such conflicts. It has become an indispensable tool in managing water resources. Though the literature on application of game theoretical approaches to (integrated) water resource management is growing rapidly, many theoretical and empirical challenges remain in this field.
10 January 2017
A Special Issue on Game Theory and Fisheries for "Fisheries Research", a leading multidisciplinary fisheries journal, is being organised by the guest editors Marko Lindroos (University of Helsinki, Lone Grønbæk (University of Southern Denmark), Gordon Munro (University of British Columbia), and Pedro Pintassilgo (University of Algarve).
07 January 2017
Professor Michele Bugliesi, Provost of Ca' Foscari University of Venice will award the Title of Honorary Fellow to Professor Jean-Michel Grandmont, Centre de Recherche en Économie et Statistique, Insee Paris. The ceremony will be held on Friday, December 16 at 14.30 in the Aula Baratto University Ca 'Foscari University of Venice.
06 December 2016
Next CTN Workshop will be held on May 11-12 2017 in Glasgow, UK. Confirmed Key-note Speakers: Yann Bramoulle (Marseille), Arun Chandrasekhar (Stanford), Bhaskar Dutta (Warwick).
20 September 2016
Maastricht University recently foundend the Center of Neuroeconomics (MU-CEN), which brings together researchers from Neuroscience, Psychology, Economics, Finance and Marketing to investigate human decision making in all its aspects: from the neuronal roots to applications in economics.
19 September 2016