NetEcon '07: Workshop on the Economics of Networks, Systems and Computation

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NetEcon '07 Conference

Program chairs: Daniel Grosu (Wayne State University) Ratul Mahajan (Microsoft Research) and Rahul Sami (University of Michigan)
Location: San Diego, California, USA
Co-located with: ACM Confererence on Electronic Commerce (EC '07)
Date: June 11, 2007


1. An Economically Principled Generative Model of AS Graph Connectivity, Jacomo Corbo, Shaili Jain, Michael Mitzenmacher and David Parkes (Harvard University)

2. Economics of Overlay Networks: An Industrial Organization Perspective on Network Economics, Peyman Faratin (MIT)

3. A Pluralist Approach to Interdomain Communication Security, Ioannis Avramopoulos and Jennifer Rexford (Princeton University)

4. On the Impact of P2P Incentive Mechanisms on User Behavior, Manaf Zghaibeh (Stevens Institute of Technology) and Kostas Anagnostakis (Institute for Infocomm Research)

5. BitStore: An Incentive-Compatible Solution for Blocked Downloads in Bittorent, Anirudh Ramachandran, Atish Das Sarma, and Nick Feamster (College of Computing, Georgia Tech)

6. Boycotting and Extorting Nodes in an Internetwork, Dave Levin, Adam Bender, Cristian Lumezanu, Neil Spring, and Bobby Bhattacharjee (University of Maryland, College Park)

7. Automated Design of Near Optimal Auctions for Real Life, Yuri Rabinovich and Amir Ronen (Technion)

8. Truthful polynomial time optimal welfare keyword auctions with budget constraints, Elan Pavlov (MIT)

9. A Decentralized Auction Framework to Promote Efficient Resource Allocation in Open Computational Grids, Laura Kang and David Parkes (Harvard University)

10. Efflicient Topologies in Network Routing Games, Amir Epstein (Tel Aviv University), Michal Feldman (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) and Yishav Mansour (Tel Aviv University)