Second Cambridge Area Economics and Computation Day


Friday April 26, 2013

Poster Session

Kris Johnson
Analyzing Scrip Systems: Selection Rules and Optimality
Maryam Ghaffari Saadat
Towards Peer Governance of Social Systems: A Multi-disciplinary Formal Approach to Mechanism Design
Takashi Tanaka
A Faithful Distributed Implementation of Distributed Algorithms and Its Application to Real-time Electricity Pricing
Yan Chen
Learning and Decision Making with Negative Network Externality - Chinese Restaurant Game [1-2]
Alan Deckelbaum
General Collusion Resiliency in Dominant Strategies
Zhenyu Lai
Exclusive Preferential Placement as Search Diversion: Evidence from Flight Search
Meixia Zhang
A Model of Online Publishing: the Case of
Chien-Ju Ho
Adaptive Task Assignment for Crowdsourced Classification
Morteza Zadimoghaddam
Bicriteria Online Matching: Maximizing Weightand Cardinality
Marco Pedroso
Parametric Auctions in Practice
Joong Bum Rhim
Open Minded Advisers and Cumulative Prospect Theory
Andrew Mao
Toward A Better Understanding of Noisy Rankings
Ankur Mani
Generalized Stable Matching in Bipartite Networks
Ankur Mani
Fairness in Bipartite Matching with Transfers
Saber Shokat Fadee
The Network You Keep: Graphlet-Based Discrimination of Persons of Interest
Zhenming Liu
Steiner tree type algorithms in community detections
Eric Sodomka
A Predictive Model for Advertiser Value-Per-Click in Sponsored Search
David Storch
An Empirical Analysis of Auctioneer Profitability in QuiBids Penny Auctions
Amy Greenwald
Accounting for Price Dependencies in Simultaneous Sealed-Bid Auctions
Eiichiro Kazumori
Information Aggregation in Double Auctions with Interdependent Values
Christian A. Moser
A Mean Field Game Approach to Growth Theory
Nicolás Della Penna
Market Making and Liquidity Provision
Greg Stoddard
A Theoretical Analysis of Crowdsourced Curation
Bo Waggoner
Information Elicitation Without Verification
Oleksandr Tavro
Performance Modeling of Multithreaded Programs
Lirong Xia
How Many Vote Operations Are Needed to Manipulate a Voting System?
Emir Kavurmacioglu
Competition in Private Commons: Price War or Market Sharing?
Register here
(by Monday April 22)

CAEC Sponsors

Microsoft Research New England
We thank Microsoft Research New England for their kind sponsorship of this event.

Steering Committee


Singleton Auditorium (46-3002) (Map)
Brain and Cognitive Sciences/McGovern Bldg.
43 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA 02139

How to get there
(a) Take the T (red line to Kendall Square stop, and then walk for 5 minutes), or
(b) If you drive, you can park at one of the nearby public garages.

Important Dates

Submission deadline
Thursday April 11, 2013
Monday April 15, 2013
Registration deadline
Monday April 22, 2013
Friday April 26, 2013

Past CAECs

CAEC 2011

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