Conférences, workshops et écoles d'été

CEAR Workshop on Econometrics or Choice Under Risk and Time


Nat Wilcox is organizing a CEAR workshop that should be of interest to many ESA people. It will be right after the ASSA meetings in Denver, in Denver. Main details are provided below. For more information and a link to the draft program, go to or go to the CEAR web site at and then Calendar, then CEAR Workshops, and then look for the one in early January 2011. Please be sure to read the draft program for details on attending.


Samedi, Décembre 10, 2011

Eighth International Meeting on Experimental and Behavioral Economics Castellón, March 8-10th, 2012

Heidelberg Summer School in Neuroeconomics

Lundi, Avril 19, 2010

Christiane Schwieren (Heidelberg)
Christoph Vanberg (Heidelberg)

The aim of the Heidelberg Summer School in Neuroeconomics is to bring
together young researchers from economics, psychology and neuroscience
with an interest in interdisciplinary research. Depending on the
background, participants will get introductions to either cognitive
neuroscience and neuroscientific methods or behavioral economics. Two
distinguished researchers in Neuroscience (Giorgio Coricelli and Dan
Houser) will give an overview of the field and provide in-depth

workshop experimental economics

Mercredi, Décembre 1, 2010

This is to remind you of the IMEBE workshop in Barcelona on April 7-9, 2011. The deadline for submissions is December 1st.

Invited speakers:

* Abhijit Banerjee (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
* Vincent P. Crawford (University of Oxford and University of California, San Diego)
* Ernst Fehr (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and University of Zurich)
* Paul Glimcher (New York University)
* Matthew Rabin (University of California, Berkeley)

Asian Pacific ESA Meeting in Xiamen , China

Samedi, Octobre 15, 2011

We are pleased to announce that the Second Annual International Workshop on Experimental Economics and Finance at Xiamen University will host the Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting of the Economic Science Association. We welcome submissions incorporating or analyzing controlled experiments using human subjects in studies of decision theory, economics, finance, game theory, management science, marketing, or political science. The conference theme is Behavioral Econometrics and we particularly encourage submissions related to this topic.