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on Electronic Commerce (EC'01) 14-17 October 2001
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Theory | Berkeley overview
| FCC Auction | IBM
| Peter R. Wurman
| Trading Agent Competition
| 165 Math Reviews
on auctions |
(trust in e-auctions; from Gary Bolton)
on e-commerce and on e-auctions
by Dov Monderer |
by Yoav Shoham
by Nick Jennings
| auction papers
by Peter Crampton |
A Survey of Experimental Research by John H. Kagel |
Mathematics of the Internet : e-auction and markets / Brenda Dietrich,
Rakesh V. Vohra, editors.
New York : Springer, c2002.
The e-business (r)evolution : living and working in an interconnected
world / Daniel Amor.
Electronic commerce / Elias Awad.
Michael Carter, Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of Canterbury;
was prepared for Reader's Guide to the Social Sciences to be published
by Fitzroy Dearborn
"Foresight or Hindsight?"
A review by John Milnor of the biography of John Forbes Nash, jr. ``A
Beautiful Mind'' by Sylvia Nasar appears in a recent issue of the Notices
of the American Mathematical Society (vol.
45, November 1998). It includes the following paragraph:
``Over the years the developments from Nash's seemingly simple idea
[ed. non cooperative
game-theory] have led to fundamental changes in economics and political
science. Nasar illustrates the
dollars and cents impact of game-theoretic ideas by describing ``The
Greatest Auction Ever'' in 1994, when
the US government sold off large portions of the electromagnetic spectrum
to commercial users. A
multiple-round procedure was carefully designed by experts in game
theory of auctions to maximize both
the payoff to the government and the utility to of the purchased wavelengths
to the respective buyers........
Theory and Mathematical Theory, University of Oxford, Dept of Economics
for "Auction Theory and its Applications to Economics"
by Paul Klemperer, Nuffield College
that became a £20bn game of poker" (This article appeared in
The Sunday Express --16/04/2000)
STEPHANIE BENTLEY tells how by applying game theory rules for the cut-throat
super-mobile phones auction
were devised ... The science of auctions is a fashionable part
of a complex branch of mathematics called game theory.
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