8:00 AM –  8:20 AM     Continental Breakfast
8:20 AM –  8:30 AM     Welcome and Opening Remarks
8:30 AM –  9:15 AM     Keynote Address

Cognitive Radio Games: Mathematical Formulation and Solution Analysis
Jong-Shi Pang, Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

9:15 AM –  9:55 AM     Session 1: Accounting Mechanisms
(Chair: Thanh Nguyen)

Making Currency Inexpensive with iOwe
Dave Levin, HP Labs; Aaron Schulman, University of Maryland, College Park; Katrina Lacurts, MIT CSAIL; Neil Spring, Bobby Bhattacharjee, University of Maryland, College Park

On the Sybilproofness of Accounting Mechanisms
Sven Seuken, David Parkes, Harvard

9:55 AM –  10:20 AM     Break
10:20 AM –  11:20 AM     Session 2: Real-World Data
(Chair: Dave Levin)

The Sunk Cost Fallacy in Reverse Auctions
Yu Wu, Stanford; Hang Ung, Ecole Polytechnique; Christina Aperjis, HP Labs

Economics of BitTorrent Communities
Ian Kash, John Lai, Haoqi Zhang, Harvard; Aviv Zohar, Microsoft Research

Vanishing Signals: Trading Agent Kills Market Information
Rainer Boehme, University of Muenster; Jens Grossklags, Pennsylvania State University

11:30 AM –  12:30 PM     FCRC Plenary Session
12:30 PM –  1:30 PM     Lunch
1:50 PM –  2:50 PM     Session 3: Social Networks
(Chair: Alireza Tahbaz-Salehi)

Multi-level Revenue Sharing for Viral Marketing
Zeinab Abbassi, Vishal Misra, Columbia University

Prisonerís Dilemma on Graphs with Large Girth
Vahideh Manshadi, Amin Saberi, Stanford

On Global Games of Regime Change in Networks
Munther Dahleh, Alireza Tahbaz-Salehi, John Tsitsiklis, Spyros Zoumpoulis, MIT

2:50 PM –  3:30 PM     Session 4: Network Games
(Chair: Ian Kash)

Access Point Selection under Emerging Wireless Technologies
Ben-Alexander Cassell, Timur Alperovich, Michael Wellman, Brian Noble, University of Michigan

A Facility Location Problem under Competition
Yonatan Gur, Nicolas E. Stier-Moses, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University

3:30 PM –  3:55 PM     Break
3:55 PM –  5:15 PM     Session 5: Market Theory
(Chair: Spyros Zoumpoulis)

The Price of Free Spectrum to Heterogeneous Users
Thanh Nguyen, Hang Zhou, Randall Berry, Michael Honig, Rakesh Vohra, Northwestern University

Multi-period Optimal Energy Procurement and Demand Responses in Smart Grid with Uncertain Supply
Libin Jiang, Steven Low, Caltech

Flat Versus Metered Rates, Bundling, and "Bandwidth Hogs"
Papak Nabipay, Andrew Odlyzko, Zhi-Li Zhang, University of Minnesota

Enabling Spectrum Sharing in Secondary Market Auctions
Ian Kash, Rohan Murty, David Parkes, Harvard

5:15 PM –  5:20 PM     Closing Remarks and Farewell