Conférences, workshops et écoles d'été

IZA Workshop: Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills

Pays: 
Germany
Deadline: 
Vendredi, Octobre 15, 2010

Organizers: Steffen Altmann (IZA), Armin Falk (University of Bonn and IZA)
Keynote Speaker: James J. Heckman (University of Chicago and IZA)

Experimental Finance 2011

Pays: 
Austria

See the attachment

Worshop: Understanding employee dishonesty behaviours in the workplace

Pays: 
France
Deadline: 
Vendredi, Février 15, 2013

Employee dishonesty and relevant behaviours in the workplace have drawn
academic and medias’ attention recently. Researchers and empirical studies reveal
that employees may engage with dishonest conducts (e.g., lying, cheating) in order
to gain unlawful benefits (Herrman, 2005; Hitsch et al., in press). At the corporate
level, employee dishonesty has accounted for $600 billion annual loss in the US and
relevant tax evasion leads to $353 billions government loss (Mazar et al., 2008). It
becomes evident that employee dishonesty behaviors have generated salient

Conference on Theoretical and Experimental Macroeconomics

Pays: 
Spain

The First LeeX International Conference on Theoretical and Experimental Macroeconomics will be held Friday, June 11, 2010 - Saturday, June 12, 2010 at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain.

This is the first ever international conference bringing macroeconomic theorists and experimentalists together for an exchange of ideas.

The keynote speakers are: Charles Noussair, Tilburg University and Jaume Ventura, CREI, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

If you would like to attend and have not already made arrangements to
do so, please send an email to: ictem@upf.edu

2nd LeeX International Conference on Theoretical and Experimental Macroeconomics

Pays: 
Spain
Deadline: 
Vendredi, Avril 1, 2011

The aim of this international conference is to better integrate the use of experimental and behavioral approaches into macroeconomics. The organizers invite researchers pursuing behavioral, experimental or complementary theoretical work on macroeconomic topics to submit an abstract, or preferably a completed paper by Friday, April 1, 2011.
The organizers will choose up to 13 papers from among the submitted papers and put together a two-day program of papers that will be announced May 1. Those whose papers are selected for inclusion on the program will be notified by email.