From 1990 to 2004, the International Conference on Game Theory at Stony Brook has brought together both young and upcoming, as well as established, researchers for a week of intense activity. Talks focus on the theory as well as its applications.
We would also like to encourage the submission of work that applies game theory to problems in economics, political science, or other fields. Over the 15 years that it has run, the conference has become more theoretical in its emphasis, and its image has perhaps become more theoretical than the reality. The organizers are keen to redress this and we welcome submissions of applied work