The 2016 conference, Second Annual Conference on Network Science and Economics, hosted by Stanford University Department of Economics, featured 51 talks over three days as well as a poster session. Over 50 researchers from around the world attended.
The 2015 conference, Information Transmission in Networks, hosted by the Center for History and Economics at Harvard University, featured 32 talks over three days as well as a poster session. About 50 researchers from around the world attended.
The Network Science in Economics conference series is funded through a National Science Foundation grant to Vanderbilt University, to foster the development and dissemination of cutting edge research in network theory.
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The conference is sponsored by a grant from the National Science Foundation to Vanderbilt University, with additional support from the Washington University Department of Economics, Weidenbam Center, CRES, and Arts & Sciences. It is part of an NSF-sponsored series entitled "Network Science in Economics."