ESA-announce Antigua Experimental Economics Conference
Dear ESA members,
We would like to share with you the Call for Papers for the Antigua Experimental Economics Conference, that will take place in Antigua Guatemala from October 25-27. The deadline to submit an abstract is August 1st.
We invite submissions from researchers from all over the world using experimental methods in economics and other social sciences. We especially encourage submissions from experimentalists from (or doing research in) Latin America, as the aim of this conference is to bring together experimentalists from Latin America and strenghten the ties between Latin America and other parts of the world.
Keynote Speakers for the conference are:
Vernon Smith (ESI, Chapman University)
Dan Houser (ICES, George Mason University)
Pablo Brañas (GLOBE, Universidad de Granada)
Vernon L. Smith
Nobel Laureate 2002 / ESI / Chapman University
GLOBE / Universidad de Granada
ICES / George Mason University
In addition, we would also like to announce the Antigua Experimental Economics Workshop (October 23-25), aimed at graduate students and faculty interested in learning more about applying experimental methods in their research. Dan Houser (ICES, George Mason University) will lead this workshop. Participants are encouraged to stay after the workshop and attend the Antigua Conference, immediately following the Workshop.
For more information please visit the Antigua Experimental Economics Workshop and Conference website: www.cvs.ufm.edu/antigua
Please forward this information to anyone who might be interested in the Workshop or the Conference.
Looking forward to seeing you in Antigua Guatemala!
The conference fee is US$ 275.00 (before 1 September) and US$325.00 (after 1 September). It includes: Participation and all meals (coffee breaks, lunches and dinners, including opening Gala Dinner), except breakfast (included in lodging).
Submission deadline: August 1, 2012.