TEIS 2023 Program

The presentation schedule is in Pacific Standard Time (PST). Paper presentations will be held in Room of the Dons at InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco (turn right after entering the hotel main door).

Friday March 31
12-1:30pm Registration and welcome remark
1:30-2:30pm Leila Hosseini (Temple University)-- Solving the Social Dilemma with Equilibrium Data Harvesting Strategies: A Game-Theoretic Model Discussant: Yinliang (Ricky) Tan (University of Houston)
2:30-3:30pm Vijay Mookerjee (University of Texas, Dallas)-- Bargaining Over Data and Analytics: Sellers, Buyers, and Consultants Discussant: Shiva Shekhar (Tilburg School of Economics and Management)
3:30-4pm Coffee break
4-5pm Hemant Bhargava (University of California, Davis)-- Infinite Scroll: Addiction by Design in Information Platforms, and Power of Competition Discussant: Seth Benzell (Chapman University)
5-5:10pm Short paper

Marius Florin Niculescu (Georgia Institute of Technology) -- Score High with a Free Kick: Seeding vs. Time-Limited Freemium as Catalysts for the Adoption of Software Applications
5:10-5:25pm Open Discussion
6-9pm Reception and dinner at Waterbar
399 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94105

Saturday April 1
7:30-8:30am Breakfast buffet
8:30-9:30am Manmohan Aseri (University of Pittsburgh)-- Is Fair Advertising Good for Platforms? Discussant: Yi-Jen (Ian) Ho (Pennsylvania State University)
9:30-10:30am Hanna Halaburda (New York University)-- Will Blockchains Disintermediate Platforms? The Problem of Credible Decentralization in Daos Discussant: Jan Kramer (University of Passau)
10:30-11am Coffee break
11am-12pm Yan Huang (Carnegie Mellon University)-- Algorithmic Lending, Competition, and Strategic Information Discussant: Antino Kim (Indiana University)
12-1:30pm Lunch buffet
1:30-2:30pm Krishnan Anand (University of Utah)-- Organization of Platform Markets: Coordination, Decision Rights and Information Discussant: Georgios Petropoulos (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
2:30-3:30pm De Liu (University of Minnesota)-- Economics of Social Media Fake Accounts Discussant: Manu Goyal (University of Utah)
3:30-4pm Coffee break
4-5pm Marshall Van Alstyne (Boston University)-- Information Economics, Fake News & Free Speech Discussant: Mingdi Xin (University of California, Irvine)
5-5:30pm Short papers

Shai Vardi (Purdue University) -- Is detecting fake reviews worth the effort?

DJ Wu (Georgia Institute of Technology) -- A Model of Shoppertainment Live Streaming

Yong Tan (University of Washington) -- When AI meets strategic users

Sunday April 2
8-11:30am Hemant Bhargava (University of California, Davis), Rachel Chen (University of California, Davis), Zhe Zhang (University of Texas, Dallas) Future of TEIS Research and Discussion and planning for TEIS 2024