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International Conference "Advances in Fair Division"

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Fairness is a hard design constraint in most resource allocation mechanisms, but its conceptualization is a hard problem, approached somewhat differently by, inter alia, economists and other social scientists, computer scientists, operations researchers, and mathematicians. This meeting will gather, in a single session "workshop" format, more than twenty scholars at the heart of these debates from these various disciplines.

Dates: August 9-11, 2017
Place: 3/1-A Kantemirovskaya st., St. Petersburg, Russia


Sophie Bade, Royal Holloway College, University of London

Shift Exchange Problems
Olivier Bochet, New YorkUniversity in Abu Dhabi Manipulating Fair Division Rules
Sylvain Bouveret, Grenoble Informatics LaboratoryFair Division of Indivisible Goods on a Graph
Sylvain Bouveret
Simina Branzei, Hebrew University of JerusalemThe query and communication complexity of cake cutting
Simina Branzei
Wonki Jo Cho, Korea UniversityFractional Group Identification
Battal Dogan, University of LausanneOn Acceptant and Substitutable Choice Rules
Vasilis Gkatzelis, Drexel UniversityNash social welfare maximization
Vasilis Gkatzelis
Erel Segal Halevi, Bar Ilan universityCutting a Cake with both Good and Bad Parts
Erel Segal-Halevi
Patrick Harless, University of GlasgowEfficient rules for probabilistic assignment
Dorothea Herreiner, Loyola Marymount UniversityEnvy Freeness and other Fairness Criteria – Experimental and Empirical Evidence
Jens Leth Hougaard, University of CopenhagenImplementation of maximum welfare connection networks
Onur Kesten, Carnegie Mellon UniversityParallel versus Sequential School Admissions: A Tale of Two Countries
Morimitsu Kurino, University of TsukubaDural organ markets: coexistence of living and deceased donors
Jerome Lang, LAMSADE University Paris-DauphinePicking Sequences for Resource Allocation
Jerome Lang
Justin Leroux, HEC MontréalSolidarity, Frugality and Context-Dependent Fairness
Justin Leroux
Nicolas Maudet, Pierre and Marie Curie UniversityDistributed Fair Allocation of Indivisible Goods
Juan D. Moreno-Ternero, Universidad Pablo de OlavideSharing the revenues from broadcasting sport events
Oleg Musin, University of Texas Rio Grande ValleyFair division and colorful KKM type theorems
Alexander Nesterov, National Research University
“Higher School of Economics”
On assignment with cardinal preferences
Fedor Sandomirskiy, National Research University
“Higher School of Economics”
Competitive division of a mixed manna
Francis Edward Su, Harvey Mudd CollegeFair Division Using Topological Combinatorics
William Thomson, University of RochesterNew properties of rules for the adjudication of conflicting claims
Christian Trudeau, University of WindsorFairness, stability and complementarity: a cooperative game approach to the job scheduling problem