Fifth Spanish Meeting on
European Voting Games
Seville, July 1-3, 2002
The number of Spanish game theorists has increased considerably in
recent years. In 1994 it was decided to hold a Spanish Meeting on Game
Theory every two years. The meetings in Bilbao (1994), Santiago de
Compostela (1996) Barcelona (1998) and Valencia (2000), were a great
success, with more than 100 presentations in each of them.
This shows the good health of the many Spanish research groups in Game
Theory and their growing international links. Moreover, Games 2000, the
First Conference of the International Game Theory Society, was in Bilbao.
The Fifth Spanish Meeting will take place in Seville on July 1-3, 2002.
The meeting continues the series of the alternate Italian and Spanish
conferences on Game Theory. The Spanish Meeting is open to participants
from all countries. Its areas of interest cover all aspects of Game
Theory and its applications. The language of the Meeting is English,
although there will be some sessions in Spanish.
The conclusion of the Conference of Representatives of the Governments
of the Member States opens the way for enlargement of the European Union.
With ratification of the Treaty of Nice, the
European Union will have completed the institutional
changes necessary for the accession of new Member States.
During the Fifth Spanish Meeting on Game Theory, the workshop
European Voting Games devoted to
European Union decision-making, will take place.
The invited speakers are Steve Brams, Jacqueline Morgan,
Guillermo Owen, and Stef Tijs.