The special issue invites submissions in all areas covered by the European Meetings on Game Theory (SING), including, but not limited to:
cooperative games and their applications
voting and power indices
learning and experimentation in games
computational game theory
game theory applications in fields such as management, energy, health policy, industrial organisation, and others
In particular, we would like to encourage participants of the 15th European Meeting on Game Theory (SING 15) to submit full, extended versions of their presented papers. However other relevant papers are welcome. Contributions arising from papers given at a conference should be substantially extended, and should cite the conference paper where appropriate.
Instructions for authors can be found at: http://www.springer.com/business/operations+research/journal/10479
Authors should submit a cover letter and a manuscript by 28 February 2020 via the journal’s online submission site. Manuscripts submitted after the deadline may not be considered for the special issue and may be transferred to a regular issue.
Papers will be subject to a strict review process managed by the Guest Editors and accepted papers will be published online individually, before print publication.
Guest Editors of the Special Issue
René van den Brink