Spring School in Behavioral Economics
March 5 to March 10, 2017, San Diego
The Choice Lab at NHH Norwegian School of Economics and the Rady School of Management at UC San Diego (UCSD) host the 5th Spring School in behavioral economics. The goal of the spring school is to introduce graduate students to new and exciting research in the field. This is a great opportunity for graduate students to expand their skills in behavioral economics and learn what behavioral economics research is about.
The Spring School is comprised of a series of lectures by different speakers, including James Andreoni (UCSD), Björn Bartling (University of Zurich), Alexander Cappelen (NHH), Gary Charness (University of California, Santa Barbara), Martin Dufwenberg (University of Arizona), Uri Gneezy (UCSD), Alex Imas (Carnegie Mellon University), Shachar Kariv (UC Berkeley), Sally Sadoff (UCSD), Marta Serra-Garcia (UCSD), Theo Offerman (University of Amsterdam), Yuval Rottenstreich (UCSD), Silvia Saccardo (Carnegie Mellon University), Anya Samek (University of Southern California), Charlie Sprenger (UCSD), Sigrid Suetens (University of Tilburg), Matthias Sutter (University of Cologne), Bertil Tungodden (NHH), Jean-Robert Tyran (University of Vienna), Jeroen van de Ven (University of Amsterdam), Lise Vesterlund (University of Pittsburgh), and Marie Claire Villeval (GATE-LSE).
A strong emphasis is given to informal interactions, and students will be given the opportunity to present their work in poster sessions.
The Spring School will cover the participants housing and most meals during
the workshop, but does not reimburse travel costs.