ESA-announce Submission-Deadline Reminder: ESA European Conference Luxembourg 2011

Posted on 2011/05/22. Filed under: 經濟, 綜合, 實驗 | 標籤:, , |

Dear friends and colleagues,

Please be reminded of the approaching May 27 deadline for submission of abstracts for presentation at the ESA European Conference Luxembourg 2011, to be held from September 14-17 in Luxembourg, Luxembourg. The meeting is hosted by the University of Luxembourg. Registration and abstract submission is handled through the ESA website. Please see our website at
http://www.lsf.lu/eng/Research/Conferences/2011/Economic-Science-Association-European-Conference-Luxembourg-2011/Welcome for additional conference details, submission and registration instructions.

Early registration fees (cutoff July 29) are $400 for faculty and other professionals, and $300 for students. (Late registration will add $100 to each of these amounts.) The registration fee includes a light breakfast each morning, lunches on Friday and Saturday, the dinner reception on Friday evening, all coffee and snack breaks, and the welcome reception on Thursday evening at the Abbaye Neumünster.  All events on Friday through Saturday will take place at the Abbaye Neumünster in Luxembourg-City (Grund).

Plenary speakers are Charlie Plott (CalTech), John Hey (University of York) and Matthias Sutter (University of Innsbruck & and University of Gothenburg). The program will include these plenary sessions and many parallel sessions.

Sincerely,

Tibor Neugebauer
Sascha Füllbrunn


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ESA-announce Reminder and Deadline Extension: CFP Experiments in Economics, Experiments in Philosophy

Posted on 2011/04/03. Filed under: 經濟, 綜合, 實驗 | 標籤:, , , |

Experiments in Economics, Experiments in Philosophy
San Sebastian, July 27-29 (2011)

XIV Summer school on Economics and Philosophy. Organized by the University of the Basque Country and the Urrutia Elejalde Foundation.
Coordinators: Cristina Bicchieri (UPenn), Jason Dana (UPenn), María Jiménez Buedo (UNED)
Convenor: Alfonso Dubois (UPV/EHU)
http://www.urrutiaelejalde.org/SummerSchool/2011.html

1. Aims and scope

Since 1998 the Urrutia Elejalde Foundation has annually organized a Summer School on frontier topics between philosophy and economics and other social sciences, bringing together scholars from all these fields to explore them. The aim of this year Summer School is to explore the potential avenues for collaboration between the growing disciplines of experimental economics and experimental philosophy.
Experimental economics has evolved into a thriving subfield, as attested by the number of experimental papers published in leading
general economics journals. This growing enthusiasm for experiments in economics has coincided with the revival of philosophical and methodological analyses of causality, which view the controlled experiment as the privileged gate to causal inference. But more
importantly, in the last years, a new field known as experimental philosophy has set out to complement or even substitute for pre-
theoretical intuitions regarding philosophical themes such as moral dilemmas or rationality. At a moment in which experimental economics is already well-established and experimental philosophy is emerging, this meeting compares their main themes and results.

2. Preliminary list of speakers

Nicholas BARDSLEY (University of Reading), Giorgio CORICELLI (CNRS, Institut des Sciences Cognitives, Lyon), Francesco GUALA (Univ. di Milano),Nagore IRIBERRI (U. Pompeu Fabra), Joshua KNOBE (Yale University), Shaun NICHOLS (U. Arizona), Daniel ZIZZO (University of East Anglia), Cristina BICCHIERI (UPenn), Jason DANA (UPenn),

3. Call for papers
We encourage submission of papers that cover one or more of the above areas. The scientific committee will consider a number of submissions by young scholars at graduate or postgraduate level. The Foundation will cover the registration fees and accommodation expenses of the authors. Please send a pdf abstract of no more than 500 words to philandecon esa-announce@gmail.com by April 7th. A decision will be made by April 15th.

4.Registration
The School also considers applications from those wishing to attend without presenting a paper. The registration period opens up at a
later date, by which those who have expressed interest in only attending will be notified. Places are limited and preference is given
to presenters.

http://www.urrutiaelejalde.org/SummerSchool/2011.html


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ESA-announce Second Sydney Winter School on Experimental Economics, 18-22 July 2011

Posted on 2011/04/03. Filed under: 經濟, 綜合, 實驗 | 標籤:, , |

The School of Economics at The University of Sydney is pleased to announce a five-day winter school on advanced topics in experimental economics.

Two leading international experimental economists will participate in the winter school as teaching faculty. They are Professor Simon Gächter (University of Nottingham) and Professor Graham Loomes (University of Warwick).

The winter school will comprise four days of intensive coursework and laboratory sessions. On a fifth day, there will be a research
symposium in which participants will have the opportunity to present results of their own research. The symposium will also include a poster session, in which participants will be able to present more preliminary work, including work at a design stage.

The winter school is intended primarily for PhD students from the Australasian region, however applications from early-career
postdoctoral researchers and applicants from other parts of the world will also be considered should places be available. It is expected that all participants will either already be using experimental economics methods in their research, or intending to apply these methods to investigate aspects of their current research interests.

The deadline for applications is 5 pm, 16 May 2011 (Sydney time). To be considered for a place in the winter school, applicants must BOTH a) complete the application form online at the winter school homepage, and b) email a copy of their current CV to sydneywinterschool@gmail.com.

Successful applicants will be notified of their acceptance not later than 1 June 2011. It is expected that those who are accepted will
participate in the entire winter school – it is not possible to apply to attend only a part of it.

There will be no registration fee for the winter school. However the organisers regret that we are unable to provide any financial support for participants’ travel to or accommodation in Sydney.

For further information, and to submit an application, please visit the winter school homepage at: http://sites.google.com/site/sydneywinterschool/.

STEPHEN CHEUNG | Lecturer
School of Economics | Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
Rm 444, Merewether H04 | The University of Sydney | NSW | 2006
T +61 2 9351 2135 | F +61 2 9351 4341
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2011 Annual Workshop on Behavioral and Experimental Economics to be held in Firenze on April 29-30

Posted on 2010/12/27. Filed under: 管理, 經濟, 財務 | 標籤:, |

The Interuniversity Center for Experimental Economics is pleased to announce the 2011 Annual Workshop on Behavioral and Experimental Economics to be held in Firenze on April 29-30, 2011.

In order to promote the exchange between international and Italian scholars on current research in Behavioral and Experimental Economics, we invite submission of paper abstracts on the following topics:

– Individual choice behavior
– Emotions and cognitive processes
– Bargaining experiments
– Coordination problems
– Public goods
– Experimental asset markets and auctions
– Behavioural finance

Invited speakers

The following keynote speakers will be presenting.

Chris Starmer
University of Nottingham

Matthias Sutter
University of Innsbruck

Frans van Winden
University of Amsterdam

For those interested to give a talk

Paper abstracts (max 250 words) should be submitted within February 15th to:

beelab@unifi.it

Acceptance will be communicated by February 20th.

The Workshop is promoted by the Interuniversity Center for
Experimental Economics, the Faculty of Economics of the University of Firenze, BEELab and LabSi Experimental Laboratories.

The organising committee:
Domenico Colucci
Alessandro Innocenti
Maria Grazia Pazienza
Chiara Rapallini
Roberto Ricciuti
Vincenzo Valori

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