The Behavior, Institutions and Development workshop focuses on economic development and the evolution of institutions underpinning market exchange; the origins, history, and evolving role of a broader set of institutions, such as political systems, cultures, ideologies and religions, and the family, with a focus on their implications for economic resource allocation; beliefs, perception, identity, and emotions; pro-social preferences and moral attitudes, and their evolutionary foundations.
Coordinators Victor Gay and Augustin Tapsoba
Time and location Every other Monday, 12:30-13:30 in Auditorium A5 of the TSE building.
Mailing List Subscription requests should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration Potential presenters should send an email to email@example.com mentioning the date and title of the presentation.
Format Depending on students' demands, two types of sessions are possible :
Preliminary projects (30-minute presentations, two students may present)
Advanced projects (1-hour presentations).
Attendance Students members of the BID group are expected to commit to attend the workshop and present at least once a year.
Prepare graduate students for the job market.
Present research to a general audience -- the job market audience.
Get regular feedback.
Identify the bigger economic problem to solve and the research question, improve the motivation of a talk.
Discuss the process of doing research that happens in the background. Faculty are encouraged to share their thinking process.