Call for Papers GAMES 2016, Fifth Congress of the Game Theory Society

Submission for GAMES 2016, the Fifth Congress of the Game Theory Society, is now open, and closes on February 15, 2016. The Congress takes place Sunday-Thursday 24-28 July, 2016 in Maastricht, the Netherlands. You can submit a paper (including an abstract of up to 150 words), and revise it until submission closes, after registering free of charge with the EasyChair conference system, as described in the submission instructions. Each participant can submit only one paper. Accepted papers will be selected for a contributed talk of 25 minutes (including discussion/questions) in a parallel session, or else a poster presentation (entered into a queue in case talk slots become available).

The Congress is the main event of the Game Theory Society, which takes place every four years.

Participation at the Congress requires membership in the Game Theory Society in 2016 (which is inexpensive, see 2015 membership options including journal subscriptions and concessionary rates).

GAMES 2016 conference fee: Early 390 Euros, late (from May 16, 2016) 490 Euros. The fee includes access to all talks, refreshments and lunches, a conference dinner, and free local public transport. Students get a 50 percent discount. Inexpensive dormitory rooms will be available.

The Congress is co-located with the 17th ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (EC'16) which participants at GAMES 2016 are allowed to attend (as are EC participants at the Congress).

Maastricht is a beautiful medieval city in the heart of Europe. The Congress takes place in a single location at the university in the town center. Maastricht is in easy reach from airports at Brussels BRU, Cologne/Bonn CGN, Düsseldorf DUS, or Amsterdam AMS. Information on public transportation and shuttle services (in particular to BRU and DUS) will be provided on the conference website.

Important dates: 

Submission deadline papers: February 15, 2016 
Notification of decisions: March 15, 2016 
Deadline for Early registrations: May 15, 2016

 

Publication Date: 
Tuesday, December 22, 2015

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