Welcome to the website of Decision: Theory, Experiments and Applications (D-TEA).  D-TEA is an annual workshop dealing with decision sciences.  Every year a different aspect of decision sciences is highlighted, and the discussions focus on the interaction between theory, experimental findings and applications, concerning both actual decision making and the construction of models in economics and in other social sciences.  The workshop is typically rather small in scope, enabling informal interactions among the participants. 

This year, D-TEA's main focus is ambiguity (aka Knightian Uncertainty).

It so happens that RUD (Risk, Uncertainty, and Decision) takes place in Paris this year (organized by Cergy-Pontoise).  We decided to co-locate, and have one joint day.  Thus, D-TEA will be held May 27-29, and RUD -- May 29-31.  Both conferences will be held at the same venue, at the HEC Paris Executive Education building in Avenue de Porte de Champerret in Paris.

This website provides some essential information for the D-TEA Workshop 2013. Navigate through the website to find out the D-TEA 2013 program, the participants list, the available papers, and some practical details.