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Sydney Workshop on Experimental Economics and Theory (SWEET)

Description: The School of Economics at the University of Sydney will host a workshop on "Experimental Economics and Theory," on July 25-26 2019. The confirmed keynote are:

Onur Keston (Carnegie Mellon University)
Bettina Klaus (University of Lausanne)
Peter Moffatt (University of East Anglia)
Andy Schottery (New York University)
In addition to the workshop, Professor Moffatt will give a mini-course in experimetrics on July 24.
You are now invited to submit your abstracts to this upcoming workshop at: https://sydney.edu.au/arts/our-research/research-areas/economics/sydney-workshop-on-experimental-economics-and-theory.html

Deadline for consideration is 8 May 2019. Once the program has been finalised, participants will be invited to register. A link will be made available on the website after 15 May.

Both the workshop and mini-course are offered free of cost. This includes the workshop dinner on 25 July. As such, there are no conference fees, but presenters and participants are responsible for their own expenses including transportation and lodging.

If you have any questions, contact either of the conference's organizers.

Warm wishes,

Pablo Guillen Alvarez
Stephen Cheung
Agnieszka Tymula

External Link: https://sydney.edu.au/arts/our-research/research-areas/economics/sydney-workshop-on-experimental-economics-and-theory.html

Category: Conferences/Workshops

Contact: Agnieszka Tymula <agnieszka@tymula.com>

Deadline: Deadline for consideration: 2019-05-08

Created At: 2019-04-02 06:10:09 pm

Updated At: 2019-04-02 06:12:11 pm

14th Nordic Conference on Behavioral and Experimental Economics

Description: The Kiel Institute for World Economy is pleased to announce that the 14th Nordic Conference on Behavioral and Experimental Economics will be hosted in Kiel on the 27-28 September 2019.

The Nordic Conference on Behavioral and Experimental Economics (NCBEE) is a conference series that has been created with the goal of bringing Scandinavian scholars together with scholars from other countries to promote exchange and discussions. Our conference this year wants to add an additional interdisciplinary exchange by opening the conference to (social-) psychologists and all social scientists. We believe that this exchange of perspectives is fruitful because there exists a clear similarity of interests across disciplines, for instance on topics such as cooperation and trust. We therefore believe that the understanding of many topics can be increased through this inter-disciplinary exchange.

We are honored to have as keynote speakers Paul van Lange, from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Ingvild Almås, from the Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES) and the FAIR Center of Excellence, NHH, Manfred Milinski from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology and Kiel University, and Jonathan de Quidt, from the Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES), CESifo, and CAGE.

We encourage submissions of behavioral and experimental papers coming from all branches of economics, including, but not limited to: game theory, risk and uncertainty, economics and ethics, labor markets, environmental economics, economic development, health, and management and we also encourage submissions of behavioral and experimental papers from all social sciences.

Please submit your extended abstract until the 1st of May, 2019. You find more information about the conference on our website. To contact the organizers, just write at: 14NCBEE@ifw-kiel.de

We hope to see you in Kiel!

Lena Detlefsen, on behalf of the organizing committee

External Link: https://www.ifw-kiel.de/de/institut/veranstaltungen/konferenzen/14th-nordic-conference-on-behavioral-and-experimental-economics/

Category: Conferences/Workshops

Contact: Lena Detlefsen <lmdetlefsen@gmail.com>

Deadline: Submission deadline: 2019-05-01

Created At: 2019-04-02 06:16:14 pm

Updated At: 2019-04-02 06:16:27 pm

LEEPin2019

Description: Registration for LEEPin2019 is open, and closes on the 15th April, please complete this form to confirm your place at the conference. LEEP in 2019 will be held at the LEEP Institute, University of Exeter, UK, on the 24th&25th June 2019 with the endorsement of EAERE (finishing in time to travel to Manchester for the start of EAERE 2019). Keynote speakers include: Stephen Polasky (University of Minnesota); Catherine Kling (Iowa State University, USA); Paul Ferraro (Johns Hopkins University, USA); Georgina Mace (University College London, UK); Ian Bateman (University of Exeter, UK); Graham Loomes (University of Warwick, UK); Brett Day (University of Exeter, UK); Christian Vossler (University of Tennessee, USA). Further information is available here and on the attached flyer.

We are pleased to say that through generous sponsorship from The University of Exeter Business School, The Provost’s Fund, and The Royal Economic Society, we have been able to ensure that there is no conference fee. Accommodation and an evening meal on the Monday evening are also free, however, we have limited availability for both, and therefore please only book these if you will definitely use the accommodation and attend the dinner.

We look forward to welcoming you to the University of Exeter Business School in June.

Many thanks,

Ben Balmford and Ian Bateman

External Link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=d10qkZj77k6vMhM02PBKU2OQE9g0R3JDnerWbzQSnOxUQlMwMk5GRDBPRTNaOTU4Rlg1S0gwUjlCTy4u

Category: Conferences/Workshops

Contact: Ben Balmford <b.balmford@exeter.ac.uk>

Deadline: Registration: 2019-04-15

Created At: 2019-04-02 06:20:39 pm

Updated At: 2019-04-02 06:21:09 pm

ESA sessions at 2019 SEA meetings in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Description: The 89th Annual Meetings of the Southern Economic Association will be held at the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa in Fort Lauderdale, FL on November 23-25 (Saturday-Monday), 2019. The link to the conference website is:

https://www.southerneconomic.org/conference/

I invite everyone interested in presenting a paper in the ESA sessions at the SEAs to send me a title plus the following information for each author (the affiliation and email address for each author is particularly important – the system will not let me add someone without that information):

Name
Institutional affiliation
Address
Telephone number
FAX number
Email address

Please email your submission to me at artie.zillante@uncc.edu by FRIDAY, APRIL 5th. I know that’s early, but unfortunately my deadline is April 12th. If you submit your presentation to me you do not need to submit through the general SEA website.

We have been running sessions at the SEA meetings without discussants for a few years now. In general this has worked well so I am going to continue with a default setting of no discussants.

As a reminder, all participants are expected to pay standard conference registration fees, although the paper submission fee is waived for those who submit directly to me as part of the ESA sessions.

For those of you who have never attended the SEA meetings, typically a large number of experimental sessions are on the program (last year we had 15 with ESA as the affiliate organization, and I know there were independent sessions that individuals submitted) and the meetings are normally well attended.

I look forward to seeing you in Fort Lauderdale in November for what promises to be another successful conference.

Best,

Artie Zillante

External Link: https://www.southerneconomic.org/conference/

Category: Conferences/Workshops

Contact: Artie Zillante <artie.zillante@uncc.edu>

Deadline: Submission deadline: 2019-04-12

Created At: 2019-04-02 06:24:13 pm

Updated At: 2019-04-02 06:24:24 pm

Editor's Award Winner for 2016

Description: "A theoretical and experimental appraisal of four risk elicitation methods", Paulo Crosetto & Antonio Filippin, Experimental Economics 19(3), September 2016, pages 613 - 641

External Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10683-015-9457-9

Category: Editor's Award

Contact: Walter Yuan <webmaster@economicscience.org>

Created At: 2019-03-25 10:18:47 am

Updated At: 2019-03-25 10:18:58 am

Editor's Award Winner for 2015

Description: "Paradoxes and mechanisms for choice under risk", James C. Cox, Vjollca Sadiraj, Ulrich Schmidt, Experimental Economics 18(2), June 2015, pages 215 - 250

External Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10683-014-9398-8

Category: Editor's Award

Contact: Walter Yuan <webmaster@economicscience.org>

Created At: 2019-03-25 10:17:07 am

Updated At: 2019-03-25 10:17:16 am

Editor's Award Winner for 2014

Description: "Intermediaries in corruption: an experiment", Mikhail Drugov, John Hamman, and Danila Serra, Experimental Economics 17(1), March 2014, pages 78 - 99.
"Gender and competition in adolescence: task matters", Anna Dreber, Emma von Essen, Eva Ranehill, Experimental Economics 17(1), March 2014, pages 154 - 172.

Category: Editor's Award

Contact: Walter Yuan <webmaster@economicscience.org>

Created At: 2019-03-25 10:15:20 am

Updated At: 2019-03-25 10:15:46 am

Editor's Award Winner for 2013

Description: Jon Anderson, Stephen V. Burks, Jeffrey Carpenter, Lorenz Götte, Karsten Maurer, Daniele Nosenzo, Ruth Potter, Kim Rocha, and Aldo Rustichini, "Self-selection and variations in the laboratory measurement of other-regarding preferences across subject pools: evidence from one college student and two adult samples" , Experimental Economics 16(2), June 2013, pages 170-189

External Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10683-012-9327-7

Category: Editor's Award

Contact: Walter Yuan <webmaster@economicscience.org>

Created At: 2019-03-25 10:14:06 am

Updated At: 2019-03-25 10:14:31 am

Editor's Award Winner for 2012

Description: Thomas Buser and Noemi Peter, "Multitasking" , Experimental Economics 15(4), December 2012, pages 641-655.

External Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10683-012-9318-8

Category: Editor's Award

Contact: Walter Yuan <webmaster@economicscience.org>

Created At: 2019-03-25 10:11:22 am

Updated At: 2019-03-25 10:14:21 am

Editor's Award Winner for 2011

Description: John J. Horton, David G. Rand, Richard J. Zeckhauser, "The online laboratory: conducting experiments in a real labor market" , Experimental Economics 14(3), September 2011, pages 399-425

External Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10683-011-9273-9

Category: Editor's Award

Contact: ESA Webmaster <webmaster@economicscience.org>

Created At: 2019-03-25 10:10:02 am

Updated At: 2019-03-25 10:10:15 am