The accepted submissions cover various important aspectsof algorithmic game theory such as computational aspects of games, congestion games and networks, matching and voting, auctions and markets, and mechanism design.
The 22 full papers presented together with one extended abstract and 6 brief announcements were carefully reviewed and selected from 63 submissions. They cover various important aspects of algorithmic game theory, such as matching under preferences; cost sharing; mechanism design and social choice; auctions; networking; routing and fairness; and equilibrium computation.
In turn, the book’s second part is devoted to mathematical and computational methods applied to the pricing of financial contracts and the measurement of financial risks. The tools and techniques used to tackle these problems cover a wide spectrum of fields, like stochastic calculus, numerical analysis, partial differential equations, statistics and econometrics. Quantitative Finance is a highly active field of research and is increasingly attracting the interest of academics and practitioners alike. The material presented addresses a wide variety of new challenges for this audience.