UECE Lisbon Meetings 2010: Game
Theory and Applications will be held in ISEG/Technical University of Lisbon
from November 4 to November 6, 2010. The main address is Rua
do Quelhas, 6, 1200-781 Lisbon.
The conference will include as keynote speakers:
· Prof. Pierre-André
Chiappori (Columbia University)
Prof. Matthew O. Jackson (Stanford University)
Prof. Myrna Wooders (Vanderbilt University).
The conference will also include
contributed sessions on all topics and from all perspectives of game theory,
including applications and experimental work.
Economists and professionals working in related fields are invited to
submit theoretical and applied papers in all topics of Game Theory for
presentation at the UECE-Lisbon Meetings.
Papers can only be submitted electronically through
the Conference Maker (online submissions). They must consist of a PDF file
with a maximum size of 2MB. Complete submissions must be received by July 16, 2010.
on submissions will be made by September
Accepted papers will only be included
in the final programme once presenting authors have registered.
The deadline for early registration, at a reduced fee, is October 15, 2010 and the deadline for
late registration is October 29, 2010.
The Organizing Committee (through Conference Maker)
will handle all matters related to submissions and papers.
Paper submission is now
closed. For any further information, please contact:
The general timetable is as follows:
November 4: 2:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Friday, November 5: 9:00 am - 6:30 pm and
Conference Dinner at 7:30 pm
November 6: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Program is available here.
The Conference Program with links to the papers is
Hotel Altis (*****)S
Hotel Amazónia (***)S
Hotel Dom Carlos
Hotel Janelas Verdes S
Hotel York House (****) S
The following registration fees include, besides the usual conference
provisions, the conference dinner on Friday, November 5. Additional tickets
for accompanying persons for this event are available for purchase at 80
Early registration (by October 15): 200 Euros
Late registration (after October 15): 300 Euros
PhD students: 100 Euros
Proceed to Registration
UECE stands for Research Unit on Complexity and Economics. It is the
main economics research centre of ISEG. UECE produces research, both
theoretical and applied, mainly in economics, but also in the sciences of
complexity and in inter-disciplinary areas.
The main UECE
research on dynamical systems and on complexity, with an emphasis on economic
applications, and also on other economic fields, such as game theory and
statistical methods applied to economics;
consequences of dynamic, non-linear and complex systems in what concerns
economic analysis and forecasting;
seminars, conferences and other events to disseminate scientific results;
international research networks and promoting participation of researchers in
international congresses and conferences;
publishing papers, working papers and other documents to stimulate research
in these recent economic theory areas.
About ISEG – Technical University of Lisbon
in 1911, ISEG is a research-oriented institution, whose mission is to
instruct capable business and economics students and to train the most
skilled managers and mathematicians, providing each with cutting edge
knowledge in the corresponding areas of interest. ISEG is one of the top
prestigious and experienced business and economics schools based in Portugal,
one of the three top-ranked providers in these fields of education at
undergraduate, graduate and executive training levels.
distinguishes itself from its competition through a clear focus on top
quality research and teaching, and through an intense relationship with the
most important public and private Portuguese Institutions and Corporations as
well as with the development of long-term relationships between ISEG and its
alumni. Its facilities were totally renovated recently providing a
top-quality and stimulating academic environment to the personal and
professional development of future managers and economists.
ISEG is located in the city centre just next to the portuguese Parliament and facing the Tejo
river. It is also in walking distance of The National Museum of Ancient Art, the bearer of the most important collection of
arts in Portugal.
Lisbon is the
capital and largest city of Portugal. It is also the seat of the district of
Lisbon and capital of the Lisbon region. Its municipality has a population of
564,477 in 84.8 km2, while the Lisbon Metropolitan Area in total
has around 2.8 million inhabitants. Due to its economic output, standard of
living, and market size, the Grande Lisboa (Greater
Lisbon) subregion is considered the second most
important financial and economic center of the Iberian Peninsula. The Lisbon
region is the wealthiest region in Portugal and it is well above the European
Union's GDP per capita average – it produces 45% of the Portuguese GDP.
It is also the political center of the country, as seat of government and
residence of the Head of State.
Lisbon was under Roman rule from 205 BC, when it was already a 1000
year old town. Julius Caesar made it a municipium called Felicitas Julia, adding to the name Olissipo. Ruled
by a series of Germanic tribes from the 5th century, it was captured by Moors
in the 8th century. In 1147, the Crusaders under Afonso
Henriques reconquered the
city for the Christians and since then it has been a major political,
economic and cultural center of Portugal. Unlike most capital cities,
Lisbon's status as the capital of Portugal has never been granted or
confirmed officially – by statute or in written form. Its position as
the capital has formed through constitutional convention, making its position
as de facto capital a part of the Constitution of Portugal.
Lisbon hosts two agencies of the European Union, namely, the European
Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) and the European
Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA). The Community of Portuguese Language Countries
(CPLP), is also headquartered in Lisbon.
The municipal holiday is June 13, St. Anthony's Day.
Filomena Garcia (ISEG and UECE)
Joana Pais (ISEG and UECE)
(FEP and CEFUP)
Conference Administrator: Sandra Lopes
Rua Miguel Lupi, 20, 1249-078 Lisboa, Portugal
phone: (+351) 213 925 912
fax: (+351) 213 971 196