Conférences, workshops et écoles d'été

The 6th Nordic Conference on Behavioral and Experimental Economics

Pays: 
Sweden

The conference is organized by the Arne Ryde Foundation in cooperation with the Department of Economics, Lund University.

The scientific program consists of two keynote lectures and of presentations of contributed papers. We are proud to acknowledge that Professor Steffen Huck (UCL) and Professor Botond Koszegi (UC Berkeley) will give the keynote lectures.

There is no conference fee. Participants are expected to pay for their accommodation and travel costs. Two lunches, coffee at breaks, and the conference dinner will be paid for by the Arne Ryde Foundation.

2013 ESA World Meeting

Pays: 
Switzerland
Deadline: 
Mercredi, Mai 1, 2013

The 2013 ESA World Meetings will be held in Zurich from Thursday, July 11, late afternoon (reception) to Sunday, July 14, noon. We are delighted to announce the following plenary speakers for the conference:
- Peter Bossaerts (California Institute of Technology)
- Alessandra Casella (Columbia University)
- John Wooders (University of Technology, Sydney)

In addition, the ESEI Center for Market Design will organize a one-day workshop that is open to everyone on Thursday, July 11. Details about the workshop will be emailed later and will also be posted on www.esei.ch.

2010 Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral Modeling, and Prediction

Pays: 
USA

You are cordially invited to attend the 2010 International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral Modeling, and Prediction, in what promises to be the largest ever interdisciplinary gathering focusing on computational studies of human behavior and society. It will take place near Washington, DC, on the National Institutes for Health campus, from March 29-April 1.

Attendance at the conference, tutorials, and workshop is free! But space is limited and registration is required.

A draft conference agenda and other details are available at:

5th Alhambra Experimental Workshop

Pays: 
Spain
Deadline: 
Mercredi, Juin 30, 2010

Pablo Brañas Garza & Aurora García Gallego (GLOBE-U. Granada), and Antoni Bosch-Domènech (U. Pompeu Fabra) invite Experimental Economists to submit papers to the 5th Alhambra Experimental Workshop in Granada.

The aim of the meeting is to offer PhD students who are close to finishing their dissertations, as well as young faculty, an opportunity to present their current research in a forum attended by senior researchers in the field.

Human Behaviour & Evolution Society (HBES)

Pays: 
France

The HBES Annual Meeting regularly attracts a diverse group of researchers, including anthropologists, economists, legal scholars, psychologists, primatologists, political scientists, biologists, behavioral ecologists, physicians, and humanities scholars. This year’s lineup of speakers reflects this diversity. The conference Keynote Address will be presented by Randy Nesse, the co-founder of darwinian medicine.