7. APPENDIX: Symposium Program

Available online (with links to papers and slides) at http://www.si.umich.edu/~presnick/reputation/symposium/agenda.htm
Saturday April 26, 2003
8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:30 Introduction and Overview
9:30-11:00 Industry Panel
[1] Session Chair: Peter Kollock (UCLA )
11:00-11:15 Break
11:15-12:15 Panel: Field Studies on Impact of Reputations
Session Chairs: David Reiley (U. of Arizona) and Paul Resnick (U. Michigan )
[2] · David Eaton (Murray State U. )
[3] · Jeffrey Livingston (U. Maryland )
[4] · Mikhail Melnik (Georgia State University )
[5] · Pai-Ling Yin (Stanford )
[6] · Sulin Ba (U. Connecticut)
12:15-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 Distributed Reputation Mechanisms
Session Chair: Roger Dingledine (The Free Haven Project)
[7] · Extracting Reputation in Multi Agent Systems by Means of Social Network Topology. Josep M. Pujol, Ramon Sanguesa and Jordi Delgado (Technical U. of Catalonia)
[8] · Referrals for Reputation. Munindar P. Singh (North Carolina State U.)
[9] · Trust and Reputation in P2P Networks. Zoran Despotovic and Karl Aberer (EPFL Switzerland)
15:00-15:15 Break
15:15-16:45 Theory and Simulation
Session Chair: Steve Tadelis (Stanford)
[10] · Is Bigger Better? Customer Base Expansion through Word of Mouth Reputation. Arthur Fishman (Bar Ilan U.) and Rafael Rob (U. of Pennsylvania)
[11] · When is Reputation Bad? Jeffrey Ely (Northwestern U.) Drew Fudenberg (Harvard) David Levine (UCLA)
[12] · The Dynamics of Reputation. Fang Wu (Stanford U.)
16:45-17:00 Break
17:00-18:00 Boasters Session I
[13] · The ReGreT system. Jordi Sabater (IIIA-CSIC) and Carles Sierra (IIIA-CSIC)
[14] · Reputation in Anonymity Systems. Roger Dingledine (The Free Haven Project)
[15] · Incentive Compatible Reputation Mechanisms. Radu Jurca (EPFL) and Boi Faltings (EPFL).
[16] · A Reputation Systems Evaluation Framework. Audun Josang (DSTC) Shane Hird (DSTC) and Eric Faccer (DSTC)
[17] · Employing limited-trust chains to limit the effect of manipulation of reputations in online communities. Vineet Kumar (UCSD)
[18] · The role of reputation in virtual markets for wireless grids. James Howison (Syracuse U.)
18:00 Dinner, MIT Faculty Club

Sunday April 27, 2003
9:00-10:00 Boasters Session II
[19] · Decomposing Reputation Effects: Sanctioning or Signalling? Ko Kuwabara (Cornell Univeristy)
[20] · Something to prove: uncertainty and reputation. Heski Bar-Isaac (Northwestern U.)
[21] · Buyer Fatigue: How Seller Reciprocation and Experience Impact Buyers’ Participation in Reputation Systems. Chrysanthos Dellarocas (MIT) Ming Fan (U. Washington) and Chuck Wood (U. of Notre Dame)
[22] · A mental model approach for understanding how reputation systems work. Viswanath Avasarala (Penn State U.)
[23] · Reputation in Online Professional Guilds. Cynthia Typaldos (Working Persona | Software Product Marketing eGroup)
[24] · Off-line and On-line Reputation in a New Car Market: Demand for cars on eBay. Christopher Adams (Federal Trade Commision)
10:00-10:30 Research prototypes
[25] · PACT — A reputation based message board. Eric Friedman (Cornell U.)
[26] · Social accounting measures of conversational social cyberspaces. Marc A. Smith (Microsoft Research)
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-12:15 Panel: Lab Experiments
Session Chair: Michael Macy, Cornell U.
[27] · Axel Ockenfels (Max-Planck Institute)
[28] · Martin Ekstrom (Stanford U. )
[29] · Dan Houser (George Mason U.)
[30] · Toshio Yamagishi (Hokkaido U. )
12:15-13:15 Lunch
13:15-14:45 Eliciting Ratings and Computing Reputations
Session Chair: Drazen Prelec (MIT )
[31] · Eliciting Honest Feedback in Electronic Markets. Nolan Miller (Harvard) Paul Resnick (Univ. of Michigan) and Richard Zeckhauser (Harvard)
[32] · Efficiency and Robustness of Binary Feedback Mechanisms in Trading Environments with Moral Hazard. Chrysanthos Dellarocas (MIT)
[33] · Managing Brands in e-Business: an Experimental Study of Trust and Reputation Management. Claudia Keser (IBM Research)
14:45-15:00 Break
15:00-16:00 Wrapup Session: What the field needs now
Session Chairs: Chris Dellarocas (MIT) and Paul Resnick. (U. Michigan)

16:00 Symposium Ends


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