Economics and Computation Group
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
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