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We announce a new conference series, the Conferences on Auctions, Market Mechanisms, and Their Applications (AMMA), and the first edition of this conference, to be held in Boston in May 2009.
In this paper we briefly summarize the sociological theory of structural holes, which asserts that people benefit from acting as bridges between groups of people who do not otherwise interact. We then summarize recent work on modeling this phenomenon using network formation games. We conclude by...
In this note we report recent results on item pricing for revenue maximization in the presence of buyers with complex, unknown preferences. We focus on two important classes of settings: buyers with general valuations for the case of items in unlimited supply, and buyers with subadditive...
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