This workshop is a venue to discuss the latest questions and methods arising in dynamic pricing decisions, both from a theoretical and applied perspective. Central to the workshop is the multidisciplinary nature of the area so that the workshop will bring together top researchers from three related scientific communities: Economists working on issues related to dynamic mechanism design; Computer scientists working on problems related to algorithmic pricing; and researchers from operations research working on revenue management. The workshop will feature three short courses of two hours each by experts in each of the three fields and a number of short talks delivered by the participants. Ample time for informal discussions will be left in order to foster cross-flied collaborations. The program will thus be very flexible and mostly arranged on demand. There will be slots to talk for all participants that want to do so.