CALL FOR PAPERS--2019 Nanjing International Conference on Game Theory and the Sixth Microeconomics Workshop
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2019 Nanjing International Conference on Game Theory and the Sixth Microeconomics Workshop

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

The Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) and Economics Experimental Laboratory (NEXL) of Nanjing Audit University will be hosting the 2019 Nanjing International Conference on Theory of Games and Economic Behavior from September 21 to 23 (noon), 2019. This year we are hosting the conference in combination with the Sixth Microeconomics Workshop. The conference will feature plenary talks followed by organized sessions focused on specific topics.

 

Plenary Speakers

Paul Milgrom (Stanford University)

EilonSolan (Tel Aviv University)

    Steve Tadelis (University of California, Berkeley)

YairTauman (Stony Brook University and IDC Herzliya)

    Quan Wen (University of Washington)

Eyal Winter (Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Lancaster University)

 

Topics

Behavioral, experimental, and theoretic approaches to games and microeconomics. We hope to highlight synergies between various related research areas in game theory and microeconomics and encourage discussions between participants. Topics include but not limited to: Foundational Issues in Game Theory and Microeconomics; Auctions; Matching Theory; Bargaining Theory; Information Economics; Decision Theory; Mechanism Design; Dynamic Games; Bayesian Persuasion; Network Games.

 

 

 

Submission

     Submissions should include an extended abstract or preferably a complete paper, and be sent to iser.nau@outlook.com with the subject format “author-paper title”. For questions or further information, please contact iser.nau@outlook.com.Thedeadline for submission is August 20, 2019. Acceptance decisions will be sent to the authors by September 1, 2019.

Registration

All participants should fill out the registration form and send it to iser.nau@outlook.com.The registration form can be downloaded from https://www.jianguoyun.com/p/DesJxTwQuPvQBxjC2dQB

Lodging/Travel

For accommodation, we recommend the 5-star Swisstouches Hotel Nanjing (http://nanjing.swisstouches.com/ Tel: 025-58409999), which is about 5km away from the conference site. (A backup choiceisthe Dingye New Century Hotel Nanjing, http://www.dykyhotel.com/) There will be shuttles between the hotel and the conference site. To reserve a hotel room with the special price of 380RMB/night (including breakfast) for conference participants, please call the hotel directly and remember to mention the name of the conference.

The nearest airport is Nanjing Lukou International Airport and the nearest train station is Nanjing South Railway Station. You can also fly to Shanghai Pudong International Airport and then take a high-speed train to Nanjing.

Nanjing is the capital of Jiangsu Province and one of the most delightful destinations in China. Known as the capital city of six dynasties in ancient Chinese history, it has a brilliant cultural heritage. Nanjing is situated on the lower reaches of the Yangtze River, where the four seasons are clearly demarcated, bringing plenty of rainfall and abundant produce. The mountains, lakes, rivers, forests, and the city properly form beautiful vistas all year round.

 

 

Organizing Committee

Yanlin Chen, Lu Dong, Chao Huang, Lingbo Huang, AilinLeng, Xueheng Li, Cheng-Zhong Qin, Tianle Song, Jianfei Sun, Ning Sun, Hong Wang, Tao Wang, Chunlei Yang, Ning (Neil) Yu, Jingjing Zhang, Jun Zhang, Chang Zhao, Jindi Zheng