NetEcon '08: Workshop on the Economics of Networks, Systems and Computation

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NetEcon '08 Conference

Program chairs: Joan Feigenbaum and Y. Richard Yang (Yale University)
Location: Seattle, Washington, USA
Co-located with: ACM SIGCOMM 2008
Date: August 22, 2008


1. User-Directed Routing: From Theory, towards Practice, Paul Laskowski, Benjamin Johnson and John Chuang
(UC Berkeley)

2. Cooperative Content Distribution and Traffic Engineering, Wenjie Jiang, Rui Zhang-Shen, Jennifer Rexford and Mung Chiang (Princeton University)

3. Can ISPs be Profitable without Violating Network Neutrality"?, Amogh Dhamdhere and Constantinos Dovrolis
(Georgia Tech)

4. Auction, but Don't Block, Xiaowei Yang (UC Irvine)

5. A Local Mean Field Analysis of Security Investments in Networks, Marc Lelarge (INRIA and ENS) and Jean Bolot (Sprint)

6. Efficiency of Selfish Investments in Network Security, Libin Jiang, Venkat Anantharam and Jean Walrand (UC Berkeley)

7. SpySaver: Using Incentives to Address Spyware, Stefan Saroiu (University of Toronto) and Alec Wolman
(Microsoft Research)

8. Using Insurance to Increase Internet Security, Svetlana Radosavac, James Kempf and Ulas Kozat (DoCoMo Labs)

9. Dynamics of Competition Between Incumbent and Emerging Network Technologies, Youngmi Jin, Soumya Sen, Roch Guerin and Kartik Hosanagar (University of Pennsylvania); Zhi-Li Zhang (University of Minnesota)

10. Pricing Internet Access for Disloyal Users: A Game-Theoretic Analysis, Gergely Biczok, Sandor Kardos and Tuan Trinh (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)

11. Interconnecting Eyeballs to Content: A Shapley Value Perspective on ISP Peering and Settlement, Richard Ma (Columbia University); Dah Ming Chiu and John C. S. Lui (Chinese University of Hong Kong); Vishal Misra and Dan Rubenstein (Columbia University)

12. Trading Potatoes in Distributed Multi-Tier Routing Systems, Yuval Shavitt (Tel Aviv University) and Yaron Singer
(UC Berkeley)

13. Handling Interdependent Values in an Auction Mechanism for Bandwidth Allocation in Tactical Data Networks, Mark Klein and Gabriel Moreno (CMU); David Parkes (Harvard University); Daniel Plakosh (CMU); Sven Seuken (Harvard University); Kurt Wallnau (CMU)

14. Reputation Markets, Xiang Yan and Benjamin Van Roy (Stanford University)

15. Incentivizing Outsourced Computation, Mira Belenkiy, Melissa Chase, Charles Erway, John Jannotti, Alptekin Kupcu and Anna Lysyanskaya (Brown University)

16. Motivating Participation in Internet Routing Overlays, Dave Levin, Randy Baden, Cristian Lumezanu, Neil Spring and Samrat Bhattacharjee (University of Maryland)

17. Mathematical Modeling of Incentive Policies in P2P Systems, Bridge Q. Zhao, John C. S. Lui and Dah Ming Chiu (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

18. Optimal Pricing Strategy for Wireless Social Community Networks, Amin Mazloumian and Mohammad Hossein Manshaei (EPFL); Mark Felegyhazi (UC Berkeley); Jean-Pierre Hubaux (EPFL)