3. Submission Yes!
3.1 Submission Link
You can submit your regular paper via: http://www.easychair.org/WINE2007/
You can submit your short paper via: http://www.easychair.org/WINE2007short/
3.2 Call For Papers
Call for Papers and Participation:
WINE2007 the third Workshop on Internet & Network Economics
December 12-14, 2007, San Diego. (in conjunction with WAW, the fifth Workshop on on Algorithms and Models for the Web-Graph, December 11-12, 2007)
Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following aspects of web graphs:
  • Algorithmic game theory and online algorithms
  • Algorithmic mechanism design
  • Auction algorithms and analysis
  • Computational general equilibrium and approximation
  • Coordination and collective action
  • Digital goods and information markets security
  • Fixed point algorithms
  • Incentive compatible protocols
  • Indivisible goods equilibrium
  • Information economics
  • Knowledge economy and intellectual product pricing
  • Majority equilibrium
  • Price differentiation and price dynamics
  • Pricing models for network congestion protocols
  • Pricing of software systems, grid computing and utility computing
  • Security issues and protocols in social networks
The Program Committee includes Sushil Bikhchandani (UCLA), Sam Buss (UCSD), Felix Brandt (U. Munich), Shuchi Chawla (U. Wisconsin), Xiaotie Deng (City U. of Hong Kong) Co-chair, Paul Goldberg, (U. Liverpool), Andrew Goldberg (Microsoft), Rica Gonen (Yahoo), Fan Chung Graham (UCSD) Co-chair, Kamal Jain (Microsoft), Ehud Kalai (Notherwestern U.), Ming- yang Kao (Notherwestern U.), Anna Karlin (U. Washington), Vangelis Markakis (CWI, Netherlands), Burkhard Monien (University of Paderborn), Abraham Neyman (Hebrew U.), Paul Pavlos Spirakis (U. of Patras), David Pennock (Yahoo) Tim Roughgarden (Stanford U.) Amin Saberi (Stanford U.), Yoav Shoham (Stanford), Shanghua Teng (Boston U.), Vijay Vazirani (Georgia Tech), Yinyu Yu (Stanford), Makoto Yokoo (Kyushu U.)
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3.3 Formatting
A submission should start with the title of the paper, each author's name, affiliation, and e-mail address, and a one paragraph summary of the results. This should be followed by a scholarly exposition of the ideas, techniques, and a full description of the results achieved. A clear indication of the motivation and comparison with prior or related work should be presented. The submission should not exceed 12 pages, excluding bibliography and appendices, on letter- size paper using 11 point or larger font, single spaced. Submissions that deviate significantly from these guidelines or are unprintable risk rejection without consideration of their merits.
The proceedings of the conference will be published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series, and will be available for distribution at the conference. Submissions are strongly encouraged, though not required, to follow the LNCS format (for LNCS templates, please refer to http://www.springer.com/lncs ).