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The main goal of this seminar was to study topics related to electronic markets and auctions both from the computational perspective and from a game-theoretic and economic one. From the computer science perspective, with the advent of the Internet, there has been a significant amount of work in Algorithmic Game Theory focusing on computational aspects of electronic markets and on algorithmic aspects of mechanism design. Economics have been traditionally interested in markets in general anddoi:10.4230/dagrep.3.11.58 dblp:journals/dagstuhl-reports/MansourMNV13 fatcat:yvkfyeeezrhhnhckygpqseqwx4