Economics and Computation Group

This is the home page of the Economics and Computation Group, part of the Algorithms Section in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Liverpool.

The group carries out research in the computational foundations of economics/game theory. Relevant topics of interest include: algorithmic game theory; mechanism design and auction theory; algorithms and complexity of game-theoretic solution concepts; routing games; the inefficiency of equilibria; optimization problems in economics; and computational social choice.

The group is led by Dr Martin Gairing

About the Economics and Computation Group