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UECE LISBON MEETINGS 2011:

GAME THEORY AND APPLICATIONS



Call for Papers





November 3-5, 2011

Lisbon, Portugal



Dear colleague,

We are pleased to inform you that the Research Unit on Complexity and Economics (UECE) and the School of Economics and Management at the Technical University of Lisbon will host the third edition of the UECE LISBON MEETINGS, which will take place on 3-5 November 2011.

The conference will include Prof. Gabrielle Demange (Paris School of Economics), Prof. Stephen Morris (Princeton University) and Prof. Philip Reny (University of Chicago) as keynote speakers and contributed sessions on all topics and from all perspectives of game theory, including applications and experimental work.

The members of the Program Committee are:

Rabah Amir

University of Arizona

Francis Bloch

École Polytechnique

António Brandão

Faculdade de Economia do Porto

Pierre-André Chiappori

Columbia University

John Conley

Vanderbilt University

João Correia da Silva

Faculdade de Economia do Porto

Federico Echenique

California Institute of Technology

Lars Ehlers

Université de Montréal

Marta Faias

NOVA University of Lisbon

Jean Gabszewicz

Université Catholique de Louvain and CORE

Olivier Gossner

Paris School of Economics

Sergiu Hart

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Penelope Hernandez

University of Valencia

Carlos Hervés

Universidade de Vigo

Bettina Klaus

University of Lausanne

Flip Klijn

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Jean François Mertens

Université Catholique de Louvain and CORE

Emma Moreno-García

University of Salamanca

Abraham Neyman

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Luca David Opromolla

Bank of Portugal

Frank Page

Indiana University

Alberto Pinto

University of Porto

Cesaltina Pires

University of Évora

José Pedro Pontes

ISEG/Universidade Técnica de Lisboa and UECE

Clara Raposo

ISEG/Universidade Técnica de Lisboa and UECE

John Weymark

Vanderbilt University

John Wooders

The University of Arizona

Myrna Wooders

Vanderbilt University

Submission of papers within the area of theoretical and applied and experimental game theory and related fields is encouraged. Papers can only be submitted electronically. Complete submissions must be received by August 31, 2011.

Decisions on submissions will be made by September 30, 2011. Accepted papers will only be included in the final program once presenting authors have registered. The deadline for early registration, at a reduced fee, is October 21, 2011 and the deadline for late registration is October 28, 2011.

More information can be found at http://www.accessecon.com/pubs/LM11/

Filomena Garcia, Joana Pais, and Joana Resende

Organizing Committee