July 28-30, 2017, the Eleventh International Conference "Game Theory and Management" was held at GSOM SPbU. Within three days of conference more than 100 specialists from universities of all around the globe presented more than 70 scientific reports at plenary sessions and parallel sessions. A total of 106 reports were submitted from 178 authors from 21 countries.
Within the plenary sessions key speakers presented their reports: Matthew Jackson, Stanford University (USA) "The friendship paradox and systematic biases in perceptions and social norms: an implication of games on networks"; Christ Papadimitriou, University of California at Berkeley (USA) "Nash equilibrium and learning dynamics"; Vasily Kolokoltsov, University of Warwick (United Kingdom) "Evolutionary and mean-field game modeling of cyber-security, inspection and corruption, counter-terrorist measures, coalition building and network growth"; Rida Laraki, University of Paris Dauphine (France) "Majority judgment versus majority rule"; Krishtof Sazowski, Technical University of Wroclaw (Poland) "Multilateral non-homogeneous stopping models".
Among the participants of the conference there were more than 20 foreign specialists from 16 countries: Brazil, UK, Germany, Greece, Canada, People's Republic of China, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Poland, Singapore, Slovenia, USA, Switzerland, France and Japan. More than 60 Russian specialists have represented universities of 10 Russian cities: St. Petersburg, Moscow, Petrozavodsk, Yekaterinburg, Saratov, Rostov-on-Don, Novosibirsk, Samara and Irkutsk.
More than a third of participants attended the conference "Game theory and management" five or more times.
Following the results of the international conference, it was decided to organize and hold the next 12th international conference "Theory of Games and Management" (GTM2017) at GSOM SPbU on June 27-29, 2017.