WWW 2011 Papers on applications of Game Theory and Mechanism Design

The 20th WWW conference is happening in Hyderabad, India. Many papers are related (as far as the titles speak) to the applications of Game Theory to WWW. These papers encompass the models of  Internet related trade and the behavioral economics of the users. Some of them are as follows. Perhaps there are more papers which have the same flavor but I probably missed them. Nevertheless, this is going to be an interesting conference.

A Game Theoretic Formulation of the Service Provisioning Problem in Cloud Systems
Danilo Ardagna, Barbara Panicucci and Mauro Passacantando

Measuring a Commercial Content Delivery Network
Sipat Triukose, Zhihua Wen and Michael Rabinovich

An Expressive Mechanism for Auctions on the Web
Paul Dütting, Monika Henzinger and Ingmar Weber

Incentivizing High-quality User-Generated Content
Arpita Ghosh and Preston McAfee

Buy-it-now or Take-a-chance: A simple sequential screening mechanism
L. Elisa Celis, Gregory Lewis, Markus Mobius and Hamid Nazerzadeh

Here, There and Everywhere: Correlated Online Behaviors Can Lead to Overestimates of the Effects of Advertising
Randall Lewis, Justin Rao and David Reiley

Adaptive Policies for Chunked Reward Stochastic Knapsack Problems with Applications to Internet Ads
Michael Grabchak, Narayan Bhamidipati, Rushi Bhatt and Dinesh Garg

Pay as you Browse: Microcomputations as Micropayments in Web-based Services
Ghassan Karame, Aurelien Francillon and Srdjan Capkun

Information Spreading in Context
Dashun Wang, Zhen Wen, Hanghang Tong, Ching-Yung Lin, Chaoming Song and Albert-László Barabási

Consideration Set Generation in Commerce Search
Sayan Bhattacharya, Sreenivas Gollapudi and Kamesh Munagala

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