International Conference on Game Theory I




The conference will be held from July 10 to July 14, 2000, on the Campus of the State University of New York at Stony Brook. The organiser is John Hillas of the University of Auckland.

If you wish to present a talk at the conference, please send two copies of an extended abstract (up to three pages) and, if possible, a full paper. Please include the names of all authors and co-authors, their affiliations, complete addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses along with your submission. Please submit the paper to:


The Organizers
Summer Conference on Game Theory
Center for Game Theory in Economics
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY 11794-4384
USA

gametheory@notes.cc.sunysb.edu
fax: 1-516-632-7535.

I would like to encourage electronic submission. As the abstract will be eventually included in a book of abstracts an ascii version (including TeX markup of notation if you need) would be easiest to use. Papers in postscript or pdf form are also easy to process. If you want to submit your paper in some other form please do so and if I can't process it I'll ask you for a hard copy. If your paper is available to be downloaded from some web site please include the web site and I shall include that information in the preliminary program. If submitting electronically please also send a copy of you submission directly to j.hillas@auckland.ac.nz as well as to the email address given above.

The official DEADLINE for receiving submissions is March 31, 2000. Please observe this deadline so that talks may be scheduled in the most appropriate manner. The final schedule will be announced around the middle of May. I would like however to work on a preliminary (and partial) schedule in January. If your plans allow you to make a decision by then I'd like to encourage you to submit your paper or abstract by early January 2000.

I would also like to encourage the submission of work that applies game theory to problems in economics, political science, or other fields. Over the 10 years that it has run the conference has become more theoretical in its emphasis, and its image has perhaps become more theoretical than the reality. The organisers are keen to redress this and we welcome submissions of applied work.

If you have any questions about program details, contact me at j.hillas@auckland.ac.nz. For any questions pertaining to accommodation, travel arrangements, and other logistics, please contact Andreas Broscheid at gametheory@notes.cc.sunysb.edu. In due course further details will be available at the web site of the Center for Game Theory in Economics.

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