Internet Monetisation and Online Markets

We invite research contributions for the 26th World Wide Web Conference Internet Monetisation and Online Markets Track.

The Web has transformed many traditional businesses, from shopping to advertising, and has been a platform for new economic activities such as cloud computing, crowdsourcing, and the sharing economy.

The WWW track on Internet Monetisation and Online Markets is a forum for theoretical, empirical, and applied research related to the modeling, analysis, and design of web-specific economic activities.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Advertising auctions, markets, and exchanges
  • User generated content: ratings, reviews, and reputation systems
  • Economics of cloud computing
  • The sharing economy
  • Mobile advertising
  • Incentives in gamification
  • App ecosystems

Track Chairs


  • Vanja Josifovski (Pinterest)
  • Sergei Vassilvitskii (Google)

Program Committee

Shipra Agrawal Columbia University
Mike Bailey
Liad Blumrosen Department of Economics, The Hebrew University
Xiaotie Deng Shanghai Jiaotong University
Nikhil Devanur Microsoft Research
Edith Elkind University of Oxford
Dimitris Fotakis National Technical University of Athens
Vasilis Gkatzelis Drexel University
Sreenivas Gollapudi Self
Patrick Hummel Google Inc.
Nicole Immorlica Northwestern University
Krishnamurthy Iyer Cornell University
Ian Kash Microsoft Research Cambridge
Sebastien Lahaie Microsoft Research
Ron Lavi The Technion -- Israel Institute of Technology
Stefano Leonardi Univ of Rome "La Sapienza"
Tie-Yan Liu Microsoft Research
Azarakhsh Malekian University of Toronto
Randolph Mcafee Microsoft
Kamesh Munagala Duke University
Denis Nekipelov
Evdokia Nikolova University of Texas at Austin
Sigal Oren Ben-Gurion University
Michael Ostrovsky Stanford GSB
Renato Paes Leme Cornell University
Georgios Piliouras Singapore University of Technology and Design
Justin Rao Microsoft Research
Okke Schrijvers Stanford University
Balasubramanian Sivan Google Research, New York
Eric Sodomka Brown University
Vasilis Syrgkanis Microsoft Research
Inbal Talgam-Cohen Hebrew University
Sean Taylor Facebook, Inc.
S. Matthew Weinberg MIT
Christopher Wilkens Yahoo Labs
Lirong Xia RPI

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