International Conference on Prediction and Information Markets: Who’s going?

Abstracts are due today for the Third International Conference on Prediction and Information Markets. It will be held in Nottingham, England April 3-5 along with two related conferences: the International Conference on Gambling Studies and the International Conference on Money, Investment and Risk. (Abstracts also due today for both of these conferences.)

I’ve been considering submitting some thing(s): I’m curious if anyone else is planning to submit or attend?

Date: 3 – 5 April 2011
Event: Third International Conference on Prediction and Information Markets
Location: Nottingham Conference Centre
Organiser: Nottingham Business School

Details:

The Third International Conference on Prediction and Information Markets will be held in association with Economic Issues and the Journal of Prediction Markets.

Prediction / information markets offer a way of harnessing the wisdom of crowds. They have been used to aggregate information in order to provide forecasts of a wide range of events…

In recent years, a number of companies have employed these markets as a means of aggregating the information dispersed widely among their employees and customers…

Call for papers and presentations
Please send an abstract (maximum of 200 words) to Professor Leighton Vaughan Williams by email, by the closing date for receipt of abstracts of Monday 21 February 2011. Confirmation of receipt of abstracts will be sent within a maximum of five working days.

2 thoughts on “International Conference on Prediction and Information Markets: Who’s going?”

  1. I hadn’t heard of the conference until this blog post. The organisers have never reached out to Smarkets as far as I know. I’m open to going if there will be a good crowd.

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