Spring School 2019
Welcome to the Spring School in Behavioral Economics in San Diego, US!
The application deadline was 15 November. The course is free and awards no course points. Hotel costs are covered, but not diet.
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 behavioral skills and learn what behavioral economics research is about.
A strong emphasis is given to informal interactions, and students will be given the opportunity to present their work in poster sessions.
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The Spring School Speakers:
- Alex Imas (Carnegie Mellom University)
- Alexander Cappelen (NHH Norwegian School of Economics)
- Anya Samek (University of Southern California)
- Bertil Tungodden (NHH Norwegian School of Economics)
- Björn Bartling (University of Zurich)
- Charles Sprenger (UCSD)
- Gary Charness (UCSB)
- Jeroen van de Ven (University of Amsterdam)
- Lise Vesterlund (University of Pittsburgh)
- Marta Serra-Garcia (UCSD)
- Matthias Sutter (Max Planck Institute Bonn, University of Cologne)
- Sally Sadoff (UCSD)
- Shachar Kariv (UC Berkeley)
- Silvia Saccardo (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Theo Offerman (University of Amsterdam)
- Uri Gneezy (UCSD)
General programme outline:
Sunday March 10 2019
Mingling in the evening.
Monday March 11 to Thursday 14
Lectures from 9 to 17, social events in the evenings.
Poster presentations two afternoons.
Dinner and karaoke with students and lecturers on Thursday!