General Information

The number of Spanish game theorists has increased considerably in the last 15 years 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), Valencia (2000) and Sevilla (2002), 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.

The Sixth Spanish Meeting will take place in Elche (Alicante) on July 12-14, 2004. 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, its applications and its practice. The language of the Meeting is English, although there will be some sessions in Spanish.

Invited speakers

Pierpaolo Battigalli
Ariel Dinar
Paul Klemperer
Guillermo Owen
Stef Tijs


Abstract submission: April 19th, 2004
Notification of acceptance: April 25th, 2004
Early registration: April 30th, 2004