Economics and Computation Group
This new research group has been set up to build upon existing research strengths and expertise within the department.
Overview: The group carries out research in the computational foundations of economics/game theory and economic theory in computer science. The group enjoys close collaborative links with the Complexity, Theory and Algorithms research group and the Agent Applications, Research, and Technology research group.
Relevant topics of interest include (but are not restricted to) algorithmic game theory; mechanism design and auction theory; complexity and computation of solution concepts; optimization problems in economics and computational social choice.
| Introduction to our research field
Main research areas & recent publications
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|Externally Funded Research projects|
Liverpool will host the 2012 Workshop in Internet Economics (WINE).