Computing Equilibria and Fixed Points is devoted to the computation of equilibria, fixed points and stationary points. This
volume is written with three goals in mind: (i) To give a comprehensive introduction to fixed point methods and to the definition
and construction of Groebner bases; (ii) To discuss several interesting applications of these methods in the fields of general
equilibrium theory, game theory, mathematical programming, algebra and symbolic computation; (iii) To introduce several advanced
fixed point and stationary point theorems. These methods and topics should be of interest not only to economists and game
theorists concerned with the computation and existence of equilibrium outcomes in economic models and cooperative and non-cooperative
games, but also to applied mathematicians, computer scientists and engineers dealing with models of highly nonlinear systems
of equations (or polynomial equations).