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Events

2018 Conference on Mechanism and Institution Design

12 May 2018 - 13 May 2018
09:00 to 18:00
Durham University Business School

A conference of the Society for the Promotion of Mechanism and Institution Design.

Durham University Business School (DUBS) is honoured to host the inaugural conference of the Society for the Promotion of Mechanism and Institution Design (SPMiD), on the weekend of 12-13 May 2018. Durham University is located in the historical and beautiful city of Durham in North East England.

The main theme of the Conference is on mechanism, institution and market design, and it is by invitation only. The conference will have three distinguished keynote speakers:

The conference is co-organised by DUBS and the Society of SPMiD, and financially supported by DUBS, the Institute of Advanced Study (IAS) of Durham University, and the SPMiD.

You can view the Conference Programme of the 2018 Mechanism Design Conference here.

Travel Information

The nearest airport is Newcastle (UK). It takes about 30min from Newcastle Airport to Durham City by taxi (a fare of £35 or so). Newcastle airport is also connected to Durham by metro and train, and you could also take metro from the Airport to Central Station, and then take train from Newcastle to Durham (it takes about one hour or so).

Accommodation Information

You may consider the following hotels which are quite close to Durham University Business School:

Participants are advised to search and book accommodation on their own, which nowadays is easy to arrange. Durham also has a wide range of hotels and a lot of B&Bs of decent quality, with reasonable prices and the relevant information can be found at the following website:

https://www.booking.com/city/gb/durham.en-gb.html

Conference Registration

Organising Committee:

Zaifu Yang (SPMiD); Daniel Z. Li (DUBS), Bibhas Saha, Ayse Yazici; Xiaogang Che, Simone Tonin and Anil Yildizparlak

All lectures of the conference will be open to the public free of charge but delegates have the priority to take seats.