Core economics, game theory and recommendation systems
We are working in several areas from core economics and game theory, including empirical economics and theoretical economics, to algorithmic economics, algorithmic game theory, recommendation systems and the theory of social choice.
Hoda Heidari, Sébastien Lahaie, David M. Pennock, and Jennifer Wortman Vaughan, Integrating Market Makers, Limit Orders, and Continuous Trade in Prediction Markets, ACM – Association for Computing Machinery, June 2015.
Moshe Babaioff, Renato Paes Leme, and Balasubramanian Sivan, Price Competition, Fluctuations, and Welfare Guarantees, in ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (ACM-EC 2015), ACM – Association for Computing Machinery, June 2015.
Chien-Ju Ho, Alex Slivkins, Siddharth Suri, and Jennifer Wortman Vaughan, Incentivizing High Quality Crowdwork, May 2015.
Moshe Babaioff, Robert Kleinberg, and Aleksandrs Slivkins, Truthful Mechanisms with Implicit Payment Computation, in Journal of the ACM (JACM), vol. 62, no. 2, ACM, May 2015.
Nicolas S. Lambert, John Langford, Jennifer Wortman Vaughan, Yiling Chen, Daniel Reeves, Yoav Shoham, and David M. Pennock, An Axiomatic Characterization of Wagering Mechanisms, in Journal of Economic Theory, vol. 156, pp. 389-416, March 2015.
- Networks, Economics and Algorithms
- Algorithmic Economics
- Internet Economics and Computational Advertising Group
- Opinion Dynamics in Social Networks
- Crowdsourcing and Human Computation
- Prediction Engines
- Crowdsourcing Contests
- Research Games
- Mobile phone-enabled banking and payments
- Learning to Rank for Search Advertising
- Social Networking Research Area
- Household social and economic mobility
- Kelsa+: IT Access for Low-income Workers
- Financial Service Delivery to the Poor and Technology
- Trust and Reputation
- Domestic 2.0: Connecting and Partitioning the Domestic Space
- Domestic 2.0: Constructing Ideas of the Family
- The Information Environment of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs)
- Multi-Armed Bandits
- Rural PC Kiosks
- Entwining Structure into Web Search
- Computational Game Theory