Daily Archives: August 20, 2015

London PhD Experimental Economics workshop: call for papers

Published by:

founders_north_tower med

The London PhD Experimental Economics Workshop aims to provide a forum for doctoral students and young researchers in the field of experimental economics to get in touch with each other, present their work and receive feedback from more experienced members of the community. This event will be attended by many LBEG members and is a great example of the growing community of experimentalists around London.

The workshop will take place on 4/12/2015 at the Department of Economics at Royal Holloway, University of London. Professor Rosemarie Nagel will be the plenary speaker.

We welcome papers by PhD students working in any field of economics using experimental methods to study human decision making. If you would like to present please email a paper or an extended abstract (maximum 2 pages describing your research question, your design and your findings) to workshoplpex@gmail.com. In your submission please include the name of the presenter, any coauthors, your affiliation and a contact email address. The deadline for applications is 15/10/2015.

Thanks to grants by RES and ESRC there is no registration fee and we will provide lunch. Unfortunately we cannot cover presenters’ travel or accommodation expenses.

For more information please visit https://sites.google.com/site/lpexworkshop/home or send an email to workshoplpex@gmail.com

Special lecture by Prof. Max Bazerman: September 1

Published by:

Max Bazerman

Professor Max Bazerman, Jesse Isidor Strauss professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, will be giving a talk at LSE on September the 1st, 2015. Prof. Bazerman will be speaking on “The Morality of Joint versus Separate Decisions”.

Date/time: September 1, 5:00-6:30pm
Location: LSE Tower 1, lecture theatre TW1.G.01

We look forward to welcoming you at LSE for this talk. Over the course of his impressive career, Prof. Bazerman has made key contributions to our understanding of negotiation, a wide range of ethical issues and decision making. We are honoured to have him as our guest.

We advise you to arrive about 10 minutes early so you’re guaranteed a seat. Please note that Houghton Street is closed due to construction work – you can access Tower 1 from the Aldwych entrance next to the Royal Courts of Justice (both Tower 1 and the campus entrance are encircled on the map below).

LSE campus map