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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: Decisions, Games & Logics, 17-19 June 2013, Stockholm, SWEDEN

*DGL2013: Seventh Workshop in Decisions, Games & Logic, 17 - 19 June 2013, 
Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm*

Call for Papers DGL2013: Seventh Workshop in Decisions, Games & Logic June 
17 - June 19, 2013 KTH Stockholm, Sweden

Formal approaches to rational individual and interactive decision making
is a dynamic and interdisciplinary field of research. The workshop
series in Decisions, Games & Logic (DGL) started in 2007 and aims at
fostering interactions between graduate students, post-docs and senior
researchers from economics, logic and philosophy.

Each DGL features three tutorials, one on decision theory, one on game
theory and one on logic, given by leading researchers. For DGL2013,
these will be:

- Sven Ove Hansson on Theories of Belief Revision
- Annika Wallin on Dual Systems Theories
- Jrgen Weibull on Evolutionary Game Theory

Each DGL features presentations by researchers. We invite submissions in
the fields of decision theory, game theory, logic and formal philosophy.
Preference will be given to conceptual work in these fields and work
that combines interdisciplinary research in these fields.

We invite submission to DGL2013 in the two following tracks:
1. Extended abstract (up to 4 pages) for full presentations (25
minutes). Those who send in their full paper before May 20th will be
assigned a commentator.
2. Abstract (up to 1 page) for poster session.

Authors should send an abstract (pdf or postscript format) together with
their name, institutional affiliation(s) and current position(s) to
>. We especially encourage graduate
students to submit. Submissions for the full presentations should be
prepared for anonymous review.

Deadline for submission: April 10, 2013
Notification of Acceptance: May 1, 2013
DGL2013 Workshop: June 17 - June 19, 2013

Programme Committee:
Richard Bradley (LSE)
Paul gr (CNRS, Institut Jean-Nicod, Paris)
Amanda Friedenberg (Arizona)
Till Grne-Yanoff (KTH Stockholm - co-chair)
Sven Ove Hansson (KTH Stockholm)
Conrad Heilmann (Rotterdam - co-chair)
Eric Pacuit (Maryland)
Richard Pettigrew (Bristol)
Olivier Roy (Munich - co-chair)
Martin Rechenauer (Munich)
Sonja Smets (Groningen)
Annika Wallin (Lund)

Organizing Committee
Till Grne-Yanhoff (KTH Stockholm)
Conrad Heilmann (Rotterdam)
Olivier Roy (Munich)