Conférences, workshops et écoles d'été

2nd LeeX International Conference on Theoretical and Experimental Macroeconomics

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.

Trento Summer School XIII--Market Design: Theory and Pragmatics


Daniel Friedman, Professor of Economics, University of California, Santa Cruz.
David C. Parkes, Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science, Harvard University.

Guest Lecturers:
S. N. Muthu Muthukrishnan (Google/Rutgers)
Tuomas Sandholm (CMU)
Paul J Healy (Ohio St)
Peter Cramton (Maryland)
Estelle Cantillon (ECARES, Brussels)

Copenhagen Conference on Risk and Time Preferences

Samedi, Mai 15, 2010

The Department of Economics (ECON) at Copenhagen Business School and the Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (CEAR) at Georgia State University is happy to announce that it will be hosting a conference on risk and time preferences. This conference will be a focal point for scholars interested in preferences over risk, time and uncertainty. The conference is a two-day event organized around presentations by invited speakers. The theme of the conference will be the search for theoretical, experimental and econometric characterizations of preferences.

Workshop on The Determinants and Implications of Prosocial Behaviour

Mardi, Février 15, 2011

This workshop aims to bring together a small group of researchers interested in the determinants and implications of prosocial behaviour. Both theoretical contributions as well as empirical papers using experimental or field data are welcome. The goal is to
disseminate recent findings and foster interaction among economists of diverse interests (theory and empirics). We also welcome submissions with an interdisciplinary approach that draw insights from related disciplines such as psychology and management.

Topics of interest include but are not restricted to research on:

VII LABSI workshop on experimental and behavioural economics

Lundi, Mars 15, 2010

Keynote Speakers: Graham Loomes (University of Warwick), Gabriele
Camera (Purdue University)

We welcome submissions of papiers in any area of experimental and behavioural economics. An abstract should be sent to:

Acceptance will be communicated to the authors by march 20. The participation to the workshop is free of charge. However previous registration is required.

Organizing Board: Francesco Farina, Silvia Ferrini, Alessandro Innocenti, Andrea Isoni, Luigi Luini