NetEcon 2020: The 15th Workshop on the Economics of Networks, Systems and Computation
Time: 10am-11:30am EDT, Friday July 24, 2020: 10pm in China, 4pm in Amsterdam
Location: Workshop will be hosted on the Gather.Town platform (Same location as EC). Link (Same location as EC. Please see EC webpage for instructions.) Talks will be in the Plenary Room (tentative). Coffee break before (30 minutes prior to workshop) and after in the Lounge Area.
Program: Each talk will be 20 minutes with 10 minutes for discussion. For each paper, we have invited experts on the topic to the talk to ensure a lively discussion.
- “Learning Opinions in Social Networks” by Vincent Conitzer, Debmalya Panigrahi and Hanrui Zhang; Invited Discussant: Wei Chen and David Kempe; Chair: Grant Schoenebeck
- “Towards Data Auctions With Externalities” by Anish Agarwal, Munther Dahleh, Thibaut Horel and Maryann Rui; Invited Discussants: Dirk Bergemann and Tan Gan; Chair: Heinrick Nax
- “A Closed-Loop Framework for Inference, Prediction and Control of SIR Epidemics on Networks” by Ashish R. Hota, Jaydeep Godbole, Sanket Kumar Singh and Philip E. Pare; Invited Discussants: Kuang Xu and Lei Ying; Chair: Longbo Huang
Co-locations:In conjunction with The 21st ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (EC’20)In conjunction with The 6th Sixth World Congress of the Game Theory Society
Due to the COVID19 situation, we are delaying the full 15th Workshop on the Economics of Networks, Systems and Computation (NetEcon) to 2021, when it will be co-located--as was planned for this year--in Budapest, Hungary, with the 22nd ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (EC’21) and the 6th Sixth World Congress of the Game Theory Society.
In order to provide a gathering opportunity for the community to meet up with other NetEcon researchers and to facilitate timely dissemination of research results, this year we will run a live session for a concise program, containing highlighted papers with interactive discussions, at 10am-11:30am EST, Friday July 24, 2020.