EWG E-CUBE, EURO working group on Experimental Economics

EWG E-CUBE, EURO working group on Experimental Economics
NameEWG E-CUBE, EURO working group on Experimental Economics
Websitehttps://statistik-operations-research.uni-graz.at/
Coordinator Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger
ulrike.leopold@uni-graz.at
Karl-Franzens-University
Statistics and Operations Research
Universitätsstraße 15/E3
8010 Graz
Austria
Phone: +43 (316) 380 - 3492
Fax: +43 (316) 380 - 9560
Url: https://statistik-operations-research.uni-graz.at/
Coordinator Stefan Wolfgang Pickl
stefan.pickl@unibw.de
UBw München COMTESSA
Department of Computer Science
Werner-Heisenberg-Weg 39
85577 Neubiberg-München Bavaria
Germany
Phone: +498960042400
Fax: +498960043561
Url: http://www.unibw.de/stefan.pickl
Purpose and historyOur general plan is to bring together researchers from the field of Experimental Economics and related disciplines like business administration, behavioral sciences, and Operational Research. Since 1999 the CEEL-group at the University of Trento/Italy and the ExLab-group at the University of Graz have existed.

E-CUBE is an enlarged group, building on their ideas.

The first announcement of the E-CUBE WG was given at the October 2000 meeting of ExLab in Graz.
MembersApprox. 320 members from nearly all EU-countries, Asia and US.
Past activitiesInternational Workshop
"Experimental Design and Analysis II"
München, 16.12.2015

International Workshop
"Experimental Design and Analysis I"
Graz, 16.4.2015

EURO Working Group E CUBE
European Experimental Economics Symposium
URBAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
26. / 27. Februar 2015

University of Graz, RESOWI, 3/ F, SR 15.37

Over the decades ahead, urban areas will become the predominant living environment for the majority of people across the world. This development poses substantial challenges for decision makers in order to ensure that urban centers maintain or become livable places, both in terms of economic opportunities and environmental quality. By combining the tools of economic geography, optimal control of nonlinear dynamic systems, and behavioral economics this project thus addresses the issue of urban economic development (UED) by analyzing the effect of management decisions on a dynamic system of two mutually dependent main UED-indicators, namely residential density and the level of environmental pollution. With this truly innovative approach, we intend to broaden the understanding of how UED works today, how it can affect people and environment in the future, and how it can be steered by decision makers not only in an effective but also in an efficient way.


Do, 26. Februar 2015
14:00-15:45 Chair: Ulrike LEOPOLD-WILDBURGER
Katharina SCHERKE (Uni Graz)
Dietmar ÖTTL (Land Steiermark): Trends
Miriam STEURER (Uni Graz): Quantifying urban sprawl using land use data
Doris BEHRENS (Cardiff University), Birgit BEDNAR-FRIEDL (Uni Graz), Dieter GRASS (TU Wien): Dynamic co-development of population and air pollution in cities: An application to Graz
15:45-16:15 Coffee break
16:15-17:45 Chair: Olivia KOLAND
Hendrik WOLFF (University of Washington): The effectiveness of urban pollution control: Low emission zones in Germany, the congestion charge in London, and air pollution control in Mexico City
17:45-19:00 General Discussion
Birgit BEDNAR-FRIEDL, Uni Graz
Dietmar ÖTTL, Land Steiermark
Franz PRETTENTHALER, Joanneum Research
Hendrik WOLFF, University of Washington
Moderation: Olivia KOLAND, Uni Graz
19:00-21:00 Reception


Fr, 27. Februar 2015
9:00-10:30 Chair: Birgit BEDNAR-FRIEDL
Franz PRETTENTHALER (Joanneum Research): Analysis and Options for Graz
Karl STEININGER, Brigitte WOLKINGER (Uni Graz): Co-Benefits von urbaner Verkehrspolitik für Gesundheit und Klimaschutz
Wolfgang LOIBL (AIT): Climate Change in Austrian Cities
10:30-10:45 Coffee break
10:45-12:15 Chair: Dieter GRASS
Ingrid KUBIN (WU Wien): Contributions of New Economic Geography
Olivia KOLAND (Uni Graz), Ulrike LEOPOLD-WILDBURGER (Uni Graz): Results of an Experimental Study of a Predator Prey Model
Jacob WEGERER, Urs HIRSCHBERG (TU Graz): Ansätze für eine nachhaltige Stadtplanung
12:15-12:30 Summary
12:30-13:30 lunch

Workshop 2014
"Experimental Design and Analysis II"
Keynote: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bein
University of Nevada Las Vegas, USA
"Online Algorithms and Experiments"
Keynote: "Watson, Jeopardy and Experimental Design"
Dr. Eleni Pratsini, IBM
München, 18.12.-19.12.2014

International Colloquium ECUBE 2014
20 Years Nobel Price for Reinhard Selten
Plenary:
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult Ernst FEHR
Uni Zürich
A culture of cheating?
Honesty & business culture in the banking industry.
Graz, 13.10.2014

Workshop 2014
"Experimental Design and Analysis I"
Keynote: Dr. Kurt A. ACKERMANN,
ETH Zürich Department of Sociology,
Merit Norms in the Ultimatum Game.
An Experimental Study on their Effect on Individual Behavior and Aggregate Outcomes
Graz, 18.3.2014

1st SINO-GERMAN OR CONFERENCE
MUNICH, September 2013
Keynote by Stefan Pickl,

Presentation E-CUBE

EURO MINI CONFERENCE GRAZ 2013

“Collaborative Decision Systems in Economics and in Complex Societal and Environmental Applications”


EURO Mini-Conference Graz-2013
Extended Deadline for Submissions: 15/08/2013 !!!

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The EURO Mini-Conference (as announced above) on "“Collaborative Decision Systems in Economics and in Complex Societal and Environmental Applications”, is jointly organized by the EURO Working Groups Experimental Economics (EWG E-CUBE), on Decision Support Systems; on Methodology for Complex Societal Problems (MCSP) and the EURO Working Group on OR in Agriculture and Forest Management (ORAFM).

Due to its interdisciplinary flavour, this conference brings together researchers of the areas of Decision Sciences, Operations Research, Economics, Societal Complexity, Environmental Management and their respective fields of applications. Collaborative Decision Systems in the areas of Economics, Societal and Environmental Applications are very much encouraged to be submitted to this EURO Mini-Conference.

The EURO Mini Conference Graz-2013 will be composed of 4 Streams, namely: 1. Stream of Decision Support Systems (chaired by the EWG-DSS); 2. Stream of Experimental Economics (chaired by the EWG E-CUBE); 3. Stream of Complex Societal Problems (chaired by the EWG-MCSP); and 4. Stream of OR in Agriculture and Forest Management (chaired by the EWG-ORAFM).
Important Dates:

Extended Deadline for Submissions: 15/08/2013
Notification of Acceptance: 02/09/2013
Registration Deadline: 15/09/2013
Mini-Conference Dates: 17-19/10/2013

For more information, please visit the Conference Homepage: http://eurominiconferencegraz2013.wordpress.com/

The EURO Mini?Conference Graz?2013 on “Collaborative Decision Systems in Economics and in Complex Societal and Environmental Applications” will take place at the ReSoWi Zentrum of the Karl?Franzens Universita?t Graz (http://www.kfunigraz.ac.at/), Universita?tsstr. 15/E3, 8010?Graz, Austria, during the period of October 17?19th, 2013. Graz is the second largest city in Austria, and is the best preserved medieval city centres in Central Europe. It charmingly combines a longstanding historical tradition with the young flair of an university town. Further details about the Conference, including local links about Graz and “How to get to Graz” can be found at the Conference Homepage:
http://eurominiconferencegraz2013.wordpress.com

Decision Systems in the areas of Economics, Societal and Environmental Applications are very much encouraged to be submitted to this EURO Mini-Conference.

Particular focus will be given to recent developments in the related research fields of the EURO Working Groups involved, their methodologies, concepts and implementation details.

Members of the Working Groups are expected to participate and to encourage the participation of other related professionals, so that further collaboration can be promoted on a larger scale.

Proposals for panels or demo presentations in special sessions are very welcome.

As usual, Special Issues of International Editorials will be published with selected papers presented during the EURO Mini-Conference Graz-2013 on “Collaborative Decision Systems in Economics and in Complex Societal and Environmental Applications”.

This EURO Mini Conference promises to offer a pleasant working environment for all participants, within the beautiful fall time of Graz.

Participation is open to all researchers within the related areas!

The members of the Coordination Boards of the joint-organising EURO Working Groups of DSS, E-CUBE, MCSP and ORAFM are very grateful to the support received by the Karl-Franzens University of Graz, specially to Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger, from the Institute of Statistics and Operations Research, for the opportunity of organising this Conference in Graz, Austria.



9.8.2012 Pre-Workshop E-CUBE
Complex Analytics
MUNICH

Invited Talks by
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bein (UNLV, USA)
Prof. Dr. Victor Izhutkin, Keynote (Moscow)

2.6.2012 Pre-Workshop E-CUBE
Business Analytics
GRAZ

Invited Talk by
Prof. Dr. Stefan Pickl

19.12.2012 "International Workshop":
Strategic Management and Complex Experiments
MUNICH

Invited Talks by
Prof. Dr. Alexander Bordetsky (NPS, USA)
Prof. Dr. Rodrigo Nieto Gomez, Keynote (NPS, USA)


17.1.2012 "International Workshop":
Strategic Planning and Complex Experiments - CD&E
MUNICH

Invited Talks by
Prof. Philippe Daudi (U Kalmar)
Prof. Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger (Graz)


30.11.2011 "International Workshop":
IT Based Decision Support and Global Experiments - The Challenge of Datafarming

MUNICH

Invited Talks by
Prof. Tom Lucas, Prof. Roman Statnikov
(NPS Monterey, USA)

March 2011 International Workshop Graz
Invited Talks by Prof. A. Bordetsky
(NPS Monterey, USA)
The Role of CENETIX for Future
Experiments
Invited Talk by Prof. D. Nussbaum
(NPS Monterey, USA)
Design and Optimization of OR Cells
MUNICH

16./17.12.2010 "International Workshop":
IT Based Decision Support and Global Experiments

November 2010 WIEN SEMMERING - GRAND HOTEL PANHANS
"Simulation and Optimization of Complex Systems"

July 2010 EURO-Workshop Lisbon

May 2010 International Meeting Munich - George Leitmann Lecture 2010
Invited Talk by Prof. Dr. Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger

April 2010 EURO-Workshop Graz

November 2009 Meeting Copenhagen
Erlang Lecture by Prof. Stefan Pickl

17.11.2009: Pressemitteilung der UBw München Gemeinsame Experimentelle Untersuchungen mit KFU Graz-
Eröffnung mit Messecharakter

Die Universitätsbibliothek eröffnet die Jahresausstellung 2009. Wissenschaftler der Universität zeigen, wie ihre Forschungsprojekte den Alltag sicherer machen.

Am 11. November eröffnete die Bibliothek der Universität der Bundeswehr München ihre Jahresausstellung. Diesmal konzentrierten sich die Ausstellungsmacher auf die Stärken der Universität. Nicht Exponate aus Archiven oder Museen standen im Vordergrund, sondern aktuelle Forschungsprojekte zum Anfassen. Der Titel der Ausstellung, die noch bis zum 15. Januar im Hauptlesesaal der Universitätsbibliothek zu sehen ist, lautet: „‚Mit Sicherheit’ … Beiträge zum Forschungsschwerpunkt Sicherheit in Technik und Gesellschaft an der Universität der Bundeswehr München“.
Von Straßenverkehr bis Klimaschutz

Der Schirmherr der Veranstaltung, Prof. Friedrich Sell, Vizepräsident für Forschung, führte in die Ausstellung ein und zeigte auf, wie groß die Bandbreite ist, innerhalb derer im Bereich Sicherheit an der Universität der Bundeswehr München geforscht wird.

Ob es um „intelligentes Ressourcenmanagement“ (Untersuchungen, die gemeinsam mit der KFU Graz durchgeführt werden) geht, um die Energieversorgung der Zukunft zu sichern, oder um die Gestaltung von Tunneln, damit die Menschen in Notsituationen schnell in Sicherheit gelangen, eines haben alle Projekte gemeinsam:

Sie zeigen, dass die Arbeit der Wissenschaftler Auswirkungen auf den Alltag der Menschen hat und ihren Alltag sicherer machen kann. Die Jahresausstellung der Bibliothek ist Teil der Initiative „Wissenschaftsjahr 2009“ des Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung, das unter dem Motto „Forschungsexpedition Deutschland“ steht. Ziel dieses Wissenschaftsjahres ist es, zu vermitteln, welche Rolle Wissenschaft und Forschung für die Menschen in Deutschland spielen und welche Erfolge dem Pioniergeist der Forscher zu verdanken sind.

In Neubiberg und Umgebung folgten über 200 Menschen der Einladung, selbst auf Forschungsexpedition zu gehen und im Rahmen der Ausstellungseröffnung einige Projekte und deren Entwickler näher kennen zu lernen. Wie auf einer Messe präsentierten die Wissenschaftler der Universität ihre Ideen und Exponate. So konnten Besucher beispielsweise selbst den biometrischen Fingerscanner ausprobieren oder mit Simulationssoftware trainieren. Als virtueller Reiseleiter der Expedition fungierte der CommunityMirror, ein Projekt der Forschungsgruppe Kooperationssysteme am Institut für Softwaretechnologie. Auf einem Touchscreen-Monitor waren alle teilnehmenden Wissenschaftler und deren Forschungsschwerpunkte abrufbar – so dass mit Sicherheit an diesem Abend jeder den richtigen Ansprechpartner gefunden hat.

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EURO WORKING GROUP WORKSHOP
"Decision Support Systems & Architectures:
Experimental Perspectives and Challenges"
4.11.2009
GRAZ - Austria

KEYNOTE SPEECH by Dr. Elze
(Bayern LB Germany)

PC:
Prof. Dr. Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger (Graz)
Prof. Dr. Stefan Pickl (Munich)
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bein (Las Vegas)

In this workshop it will be strongly encouraged the exchange of new ideas involving topics like:

· Experimental Economics;
. Complex Decision Problems;
· Decision Support Systems and Architectures;
· Game Theoretic Aspects;
· Experimental Design;
· Concept Developments
· Applications in Environmental Management, among others.


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Guest lecture, 03. March 2008

Professor Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger,
University Graz
Department of Statistics and Operations Research

Harvesting Behaviour in a simulated Lotka-Volterra System

at
Universität der Bundeswehr München
Fakultät für Informatik

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Joint workshop AWGM / Austrian Working Group on Metaheuristics EXLab / Experimental Economics Graz, 27 November 2007, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria

Programm and Talks
- Guiding ACO by Problem Relaxation: A case study on the symmetric TSP: Marc Reimann
- Digital Options and Efficiency in Experimental As-set Markets; Stefan Palan
- Modelling of individual expectations: Johannes Leitner
- Activities of the Heuristic and Evolutionary Algorithms Laboratory (HEAL) in Hagenberg: Michael Affenzeller and Stephan Winkler
- Squeaky Wheel Optimierung - Ein Ansatz zur Lösung des Multidimensionalen Knapsack Problems:Martin Nussbaumer
- A Hybrid VNS for Connected Facility Location:Ivana Ljubic
- Memetic genetic algorithms and particle swarm optimization for single machine scheduling problems: Georg Krempl
- An introduction to Filter & Fan: Peter Greistorfer
- A Lagrangian Relaxation approach for the design of the last mile in real-world fiber optic networks: Markus Leitner and Günther R. Raidl
- Evolutionary Systems Identification: Modern Concepts and Application Scenarios: Stephan Winkler and Michael Affenzeller
- Metaheuristics and their Combination for the Consensus Tree Problem: Sandro Pirkwieser
- Aircraft Departure Sequencing Using Constraint Position Shifting: Ieyasu Sugimoto

Webpage: http://www.kfunigraz.ac.at/ifwwww/pg/awgm/activities1.html


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Experimental Economics Meeting in cooperation with MUCO1, 5-7 March 2007, Universität der Bundeswehr, Munich, Germany.

Joint meeting of the EURO working group "Experimental Economics" together with the German GOR working groups:

- Decision Support Theory and Practical Decision Support
- OR and Environmental Protection and
- Optimization of Biological Systems

and the Austrian GOR working group:

- Operations Research in Health Care

Webpage of the MUC01: http://www.unibw.de/inf1/professuren/operations-research/konferenzen/muc01

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Graz-2005 - Joint-Workshop on Decision Support Systems, Experimental Economics & e-Participation

June 5th-7th, 2005 Graz, Austria

Workshop Web Page: http://www.uni-graz.at/soowww/eCube
Workshop Email: joint.workshop.graz2005@fccdp.com

The Workshop
The purpose of this Joint-Workshop is to bring together researchers in the areas of Decision Support Systems, Operations Research, Computer Sciences, Economics, and their respective areas of applications. The interdisciplinary flavour of this event joins the interests of the EURO Working Group on Decision Support Systems (EWG-DSS); EURO Working Group on Experimental Economics (EWG E-CUBE), and e-PARTICIPATION (OCG / ESF Working Group one-Democracy). Particular focus will be given to recent developments in all related fields, their methodologies, concepts and implementation details. Members of the working groups are expected to participate and to encourage the participation of other related professionals, so that further collaboration can be promoted on a larger scale.

EWG-DSS: EURO Working Group on Decision Support Systems
The growing demand for specific approaches of decision making and decision support, keeps us aware of the importance of frequently getting in contact with professionals and colleagues working in the area within a cooperative workshop environment.
The EWG-DSS has been created in Madeira (Portugal) during the Euro Summer Institute on DSS, in May 1989. Since then, researchers involved in this group have been meeting every year in workshops. In 2005, the EWG-DSS will celebrate its 16th. Anniversary in Graz!

In this workshop it will be strongly encouraged the exchange of new ideas involving topics like:

· Complex Decision Problems;
· the evolution of DSSs and its various applications;
· DSS Methodology and Frameworks;
· Distributed GSS / NSS;
· AI Methods in GSS / NSS;
· Internet Applications; as well as
· Applications in E-Negotiations, Finances, Education, among others.

Members of the EWG-DSS are expected to participate and to encourage the participation of other related professionals in this Joint-Workshop, so that further collaboration can be promoted on a larger scale.

e-Participation in Europe: Concepts and Implementation
OCG / ESF WORKING GROUP on e-DEMOCRACY

The e-PARTICIPATION branch of this Joint-Workshop concerns "e-Participation in Europe: Concepts and Implementation". It is promoted by the European Science Foundation (ESF) network on "Towards Electronic Democracy" (TED - a project that deals with Internet-Based Complex Decision Support -http://www.esf.org/ted), by the Working Group "e-Democracy" of the Austrian Computer Society (OCG) and by the Research Group "e-Voting.at". Its main goal is to encourage new developments on e-Participation and bring together people working in academia, politics and public administration.


Program Committee
Fatima Dargam, ILTC / Brazil - SimTech / Austria
Ulrike Leopold, Univ. Graz / Austria
Ulrich Pferschy, Univ. Graz / Austria
Wolfgang Polasek, Basel Univ. / Switzerland
Alexander Prosser, Vienna Univ. Economics (WU) / Austria
Pacale Zarate, IRIT / France

(Members of the working groups EWG-DSS, EWG E-CUBE, and OCG-WG e-Democracy will serve as review board for the Workshop selection of contributions.)

Local Organising Committee
Prof. Ulrike Leopold, Univ. Graz / Austria
Dr. Fatima Dargam, ILTC / Brazil - SimTech / Austria
Dr. Klaus Ladner, Univ. Graz / Austria



Graz-2005 - Joint-Workshop on
Decision Support Systems,
Experimental Economics &
e-Participation

June 5th-7th, 2005 Graz, Austria
Third Announcement & Call for Papers

Workshop Web Page: http://www.uni-graz.at/soowww/eCube
Workshop Email: joint.workshop.graz2005@fccdp.com

The EWG-DSS has been created in Madeira (Portugal) during the Euro Summer Institute on DSS, in May 1989. Since then, researchers involved in this group have been meeting every year in workshops. In 2005, the EWG-DSS will celebrate its 16th. Anniversary in Graz!

In this workshop it will be strongly encouraged the exchange of new ideas involving topics like:

· Complex Decision Problems;
· the evolution of DSSs and its various applications;
· DSS Methodology and Frameworks;
· Distributed GSS / NSS;
· AI Methods in GSS / NSS;
· Internet Applications; as well as
· Applications in E-Negotiations, Finances, Education, among others.

Members of the EWG-DSS are expected to participate and to encourage the participation of other related professionals in this Joint-Workshop, so that further collaboration can be promoted on a larger scale.

EWG E-CUBE: EURO Working Group on Experimental Economics
The general plan of the EWG E-CUBE is to bring together researchers from the field of Experimental Economics and related disciplines like business administration, behavioral sciences, and Operations Research. Since 1999 there exists the CEEL-group at the University of Trento/Italy and the ExLab-group at the University of Graz. As an enlargement of these two groups the E-CUBE wants to combine their ideas. In 2005, the E-CUBE will have its meeting in Graz.

Members of the EWG E-CUBE are expected to participate and to encourage the participation of other related professionals in this Joint-Workshop, so that further collaboration can be promoted on a larger scale.

e-Participation in Europe: Concepts and Implementation
OCG / ESF WORKING GROUP on e-DEMOCRACY

The e-PARTICIPATION branch of this Joint-Workshop concerns "e-Participation in Europe: Concepts and Implementation". It is promoted by the European Science Foundation (ESF) network on "Towards Electronic Democracy" (TED - a project that deals with Internet-Based Complex Decision Support -http://www.esf.org/ted), by the Working Group "e-Democracy" of the Austrian Computer Society (OCG) and by the Research Group "e-Voting.at". Its main goal is to encourage new developments on e-Participation and bring together people working in academia, politics and public administration.

Contributions should address all important issues concerning:

· Technologies and administration for implementing e-Participation concepts in practice;
· Reports on implementations, their legal and technical framework;
· Reports on actual projects: experiences, feedbacks and future plannings; as well as
· Analyses of the impact of e-Participation on our public administration and citizen behaviour.

All topics can be presented from a theoretical view or demonstrated by real-world case-studies.

Members of the EWG-DSS; EWG E-CUBE and OCG-WG e-Democracy are expected to participate and to encourage the participation of other related professionals in this Joint-Workshop, so that further collaboration can be promoted on a larger scale. The Workshop Participation is not restricted to the working group members, but open to all researchers within the related areas!

This Joint Workshop promises to offer a pleasant working environment for all participants, within the beautiful summer time of Graz.
Call for Papers
Papers addressing topics in research and application of Decision Support Systems; Experimental Economics; and e-Participation, are currently being invited for this Joint Workshop.

Contributors are requested to submit either Abstracts (1 page), Short Papers (4/6 pages) or Full Papers (max. 12 pages) in electronic form (MS-Word or PDF) to the workshop e-mail address: joint.workshop.graz2005@fccdp.com, by 27/02/2005. Presentations of Projects, Software Tools and Demos are also welcome. Only electronic submissions will be accepted!

For more information, please contact directly the EWG DSS, E-CUBE, or e-Participation correspondent person. (EWG-DSS: Fatima C.C. Dargam <F.Dargam@SimTechnology.com>, EWG E-CUBE: Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger
<ulrike.leopold@kfunigraz.ac.at>, e-Participation: Wolfgang Polasek <e-Participation@ihs.ac.at>).


Publication
Full Papers accepted for the Workshop can be submitted (refereed separately) for publication in special issues of the Journals:
· CEJOR Central European Journal of Operations Research (Physica-Verlag/ Springer-Verlag Co.);
· JDS Journal of Decision Systems (Hermes/Lavoisier, http://jds.e-revues.com);
· Austrian Journal of Statistics.

The authors are requested to hand-in their final full papers in electronic media to their respective Workshop Contact Person (from EWG-DSS, EWG-E_CUBE or e-PARTICIPATION), by the time of their presentations or up to 15/07/2005 via e-mail.


Program Committee
Fatima Dargam, ILTC / Brazil - SimTech / Austria
Ulrike Leopold, Univ. Graz / Austria
Ulrich Pferschy, Univ. Graz / Austria
Wolfgang Polasek, Basel Univ. / Switzerland
Alexander Prosser, Vienna Univ. Economics (WU) / Austria
Pacale Zarate, IRIT / France

(Members of the working groups EWG-DSS, EWG E-CUBE, and OCG-WG e-Democracy will serve as review board for the Workshop selection of contributions.)
Preliminary Program

Day 1, Sunday - June 5 th , 2005
· 17:00 - 19:00: Public Lecture at the Uni-Graz
· 19:00: Welcome Party

Day 2, Monday - June 6 th , 2005
· 9:00 a.m.: Joint Opening Session
EWG-DSS, EWG-E_CUBE & e-PARTICIPATION.
Welcome by the organizers.
· 9:15 - 10:30: Invited talk (speaker to be announced)
· 10:30: Coffee Break
· 11:00 - 12:30: Session 1
· 12:30 - 14:00: Lunch (ReSoWi Zentrum Cafeteria)
· 14:00 - 15:30: Session 2
· 15:30: Coffee Break
· 16:00 - 17:30: Session 3
· 19:00: Evening social event. (to be announced)

Day 3, Tuesday - June 7 th , 2005
· 9:00 - 10:30: Session 4
· 10:30: Coffee Break
· 10:45 - 12:15: Session 5
· 12:15 - 13:30: Lunch (ReSoWi Zentrum Cafeteria)
· 13:30 - 15:00: Session 6
· 15:00: Coffee Break
· 15:30 - 16:30: Discussion Panel & Closing Session

* The sessions contain presentations and discussions of accepted papers and
abstracts. Moderators and topics for sessions and panels are still to be
announced. There will be parallel sessions for EWG-DSS, EWG E-CUBE and e-PARTICIPATION.
Important Dates

* Papers & Abstracts due: 27/02/2005
* Notification of Acceptance: 30/04/2005
* Registration Deadline: 16/05/2005
* Workshop Dates: 05 - 07/06/2005
* Final Paper for Publication: 15/07/2005



Local Organising Committee
Prof. Ulrike Leopold, Univ. Graz / Austria
Dr. Fatima Dargam, ILTC / Brazil - SimTech / Austria
Dr. Klaus Ladner, Univ. Graz / Austria


Information / Correspondence
EWG-DSS
Dr. Fatima C.C. Dargam
SimTech Simulation Technology
Riesstraße 120
A-8010 Graz, Austria
Phone: +(43)(316) 386278 45 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              +(43)(316) 386278 45      end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              +(43)(316) 386278 45      end_of_the_skype_highlighting
Fax: +(43)(316) 386278 15

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Experimental Economics Meeting in cooperation with meeting of the Verein für Socialpolitik/Sozialwissenschaftlicher Ausschuss, 28-30 April 2005 University of Graz.

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Experimental Economics Meeting in cooperation with meeting of the Verein für Socialpolitik/Sozialwissenschaftlicher Ausschuss, 22-24 April 2004 University of Graz.

- Are teams less prone to myopic loss aversion than individuals? An experimental study on individual versus team decision making: Matthias Sutter
- Measuring Strategic Uncertainty in Coordination Games: Frank Heinemann
- Competition as a Coordination Device: Joachim Weimann
- Datenfälschung in den Sozialwissenschaften - Diagnosen mit Bennford's Gesetz: Andreas Diekmann
Why People reject Super-fair Offers - Evaluating Video Experiments: Heike Hennig-Schmidt
- The Individual Micro-Lending Contract: Alexander Kritikos
- Measuring individual-level loss aversion: Simon Gächter
- Besitztumseffekt für utilitaristische und hedonistische Produkte: Marc Hassenzahl
- Why are stabilisations delayed - an experiment with an application to all pay auctions: Oliver Kirchkamp
- Dynamics on Incentive Contracts: Manfred Königstein

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Workshop: 22-23 May 2003, University of Graz, Department of Statistics and Operations Research

- Sinto-Markt: Vera Hofer, Tanja Feit, Ulrike Leopold
- Experiments in Accounting: Maximilian Jung, Hr. Baredo
- Experiment: Mount Pleasant & Mount Danger: Robin Pope
- The Profile Analysis of Job Satisfaction Based on the Cybernetic Model of Job Satisfaction? A Culturally Independent Perspective: Paul Jimenez
- Experiment on time series: Johannes Leitner
- Experiments in Accounting: Eva Haase, Patrick Sax, Maximilian Jung, Ivan Baredo
- Prognoseexperimente: Johannes Leitner
- Steuerungsexperimente: Ulrike Leopold, Martin Schneider
- Accounting Experimente: Maximilian Jung, Baredo
- Results of "Mount Pleasant and Mount Danger"-Experiments: Robin Pope

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Meeting of Working Group on 8 July 2000, combined with the EURO XVII, Budapest, Hungary.

EURO XVIII, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, July 2001.

Workshop on Experimental work: 14 and 15 September 2001 at University of Grenoble.

Workshop: Simulation of Evacuations and Traffic Flows 21-23 November 2001. Invited speaker: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. SELTEN Reinhard (Nobel Prize Laureate 1994 in Economics, Bonn).

Labor - Experiments from different fields, mainly from the field of economics and business administration, especially: public good theory, criminal environment, bargaining theory, forecasting.

Meetings and Conferences: Mainly in Graz and Trento. Details of the 2003 meeting are as follows.

THE Seventh CEEL Workshop in Experimantal Economics
"Decision-Making: Perspectives of Experimental Economics AND Psychology"

May 16-17, 2003
Hotel Panorama
Sardagna
TRENTO
ITALY

Organised by the:
CEEL - Computable and Experimental Economics Laboratory,
Department of Economics, University of Trento, Italy.
LSC - Laboratory of Cognitive Science, University of Trento, Italy.
TECS - Technologies for Experimental and Computational Economics.
With the support of MIUR, Cofin ricerche di interesse nazionale

Main Topics:

Economic Psychology
"Tax Compliance"
Invited Speaker: Prof. Paul Webley, University of Exeter

Psychology of Judgment and Decision-Making
"Research in Behavioural Decision Making: Between the Two Nobel Prizes and
After".
Invited Speaker: Prof. Tommy Gärling, Göteborg University

Experimental Economics
"Biases in decision making as topological distortions"
Invited Speaker: Prof. Massimo Egidi, University of Trento

Half a day is devoted to each topic. The last half day is open to all contributions in any area of Experimental Economics, and Psychology of Judgment and Decision-Making.

For further information see the CEEL web-site on http://www-ceel.economia.unitn.it/events/workshop/work7.html or the LSC web-site on http://www.form.unitn.it/lsc/

The Programme Committee Chairs
- prof. Nicolao Bonini (nbonini@form.unitn.it)
- prof. Luigi Mittone, (luigi.mittone@economia.unitn.it)

Organising Committee Secretary,
Martina Cvajner (balkans@gelso.unitn.it)

Future activitiesInternational Workshop
"Lotka Volterra Models for Urban Economic Regulation"
University of Graz
29. February/1.March 2016


EURO Working Group E CUBE
European Experimental Economics Symposium
URBAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Invited speaker: Prof. Doris BEHRENS (Cardiff University),
Prof. Bo Hu (BW University of Munich)
20. May 2016
University of Graz,

PublicationsLozovanu, D.; Pickl, S. (2015)
Optimization of Stochastic Discrete Systems and Control on Complex Networks - Computational Networks
Springer Verlag, 400 pages

Lozovanu, D.; Pickl, S. (2014)
Nash Equilibria Conditions for Stocastic Positional Games
Contributions to Game Theory and Management GTM 2013,
Collected Papers
Edited by Leon A. Petrosyan and Nikolay A. Zenkevich

Al-Khudhairy, D.; Axhausen, K.; Bishop, S.; Herrmann, H.; Hu, B.; Kröger, W.; Lewis, T.; MacIntosh, J. ; Nowak, A.;
Pickl, S. (2012)
Towards integrative risk management and more resilient societies
Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 214, 571-595

Pickl, S.; Leopold, A.; Hu, B. (2012)
Web-based Participatory System Dynamics Modelling – Concept and Prototype Development, International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems, Vol. 30, 37-46

Pickl, S.; Leopold, A.; Hu, B. (2012)
Why Do We Hesitate to Take Action Towards Implementation of Sustainable Technology?
International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems, Vol. 30, 69-80

Becker, O., Leopold-Wildburger, U., Schütze, J. (2004)
Some New Lotka-Volterra Experiments Central European Journal of Operations Research 12, 187-196.

Leitner, J., Leopold-Wildburger, U., Pope, R. (2003) Eine experimentelle Studie zum Verhalten unter Terrorismusgefahr, in: Jahrbuch für Sicherheitspolitik, Wien. 801-810.

Becker, O., Leitner, J., Leopold-Wildburger, U., Schütze, J. 2002 Bounds & Likelihoods Procedure Revisited. GEW RESEARCH REPORTS, Discussionpaper series of the "Gesellschaft für experimentelle Wirtschatsforschung" http://gew.wiwi.uni-halle.de/ GRR-No. 18.

Beckenkamp, M., Leopold-Wildburger, U.,
Ostmann, A., 2002, Strategy and Prediction: Predicting Total Usage of a Common Pool Resource: Central European Journal of Operations Research 10, 237-260.

Irlenbusch, B., Leopold-Wildburger, U., Schütze, J. Sutter, M. 2002, The effects of communication in the voting procedure of the Stability and Growth Pact in EMU, European Journal of Political Economy.

Irlenbusch, B. Leopold, Wildburger, U.,
Schütze, J., Sutter, M. 2002,
Voting in EMU – An Experimental Study on Institutional Innovation and the Role of Communication in the Stability and Growth Pact: Journal of Common Markets Vol. 42, No. 4, p. 645-664.

Leopold-Wildburger, U.; Lafer, A.; Schütze, J. (2001) McCockerel- Measuring Individual Punishment and Reciprocity in a Simple Dilemma Game; accepted in: European Journal of Operational Research

Irlenbusch, B.; Leopold-Wildburger, U.; Schütze, J. (2001) Voting in EMU - An Experimental Study on Institutional Innovation and the Role of Communication in the Stability and Growth Pact; submitted to Journal of Common Markets

Leopold-Wildburger, U.; Becker, O.; Kührer, M. (2001) Forecasting. Encyclopaedia of Optimization; Kluwer, Boston

Lafer, A. (2001) Steuerung komplexer Wirtschaftssysteme - eine statistische Analyse; ph.d.thesis at the University of Graz

Schütze, J. (2001) Grazer Telefonstichprobe - ein alternatives Erhebungsinstrument? Verzerrungen von Daten und Vertrauen in Daten; Steirische Statistiken LASTAT, Graz (Landesstatistik Steiermark)

Jung, M.; Leopold-Wildburger, U. (2001) On the Effect of the Bargaining Context in Bargaining Behaviour; in Kischka et. al.(Eds.) Models, Methods, and Decision Support for Management: Contributions to Intelligent Decision Making - Essays in Honor of Paul Stähly, Physica 2001; p. 349- 362

Leopold-Wildburger, U.; Glawischnig, M; Lafer, A. Schütze J. (2001) Solving Conflicts and Sanctions - Results of an Experimental Study; in Kischka et. al.(Eds.) Models, Methods, and Decision Support for Management: Contributions to Intelligent Decision Making - Essays in Honor of Paul Stähly, Physica 2001; p. 401 - 417

Leopold-Wildburger, U.; Ostmann A. (2001) Was sollen und können EXPERIMENTE in der Ökonomie leisten?; WP Universität Graz, Betriebswirtschaftliche Institute; Nr. 7/2001

Beckenkamp M.; Leopold-Wildburger, U.; Ostmann A. (2001) Strategy and Prediction: Predicting Total Usage of a Common Pool Resource; WP Universität Graz, Betriebswirtschaftliche Institute; Nr. 8/2001

Irlenbusch B.; Leopold-Wildburger, U.; Sutter, M (2001) The effects of communication in the voting procedure of the Stability and Growth Pact in EMU; submitted to European Journal of Political Economy Band 21

Beckenkamp M.; Leopold-Wildburger, U.; Ostmann A. (2002) Predicting Total Usage of a Common Pool Resource; accepted in Central European Journal of Operations Research
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