Fairness and the Moral Mind Workshop
Online workshop hosted by FAIR and chaired by Bertil Tungodden that aims to present new experimental work by young scholars on how to understand the moral mind.
Abstract and paper submissions are now welcome from PhD students or researchers who earned their PhD within the last five years and seek to present at the event (submit through the paper submission form). Furthermore, those interested in attending the workshop can now register via the link provided below.
Date: Thursday, November 16, 2023
Time: 14:00 - 19:00 (CET)
In the field of behavioral economics and social sciences, we've widely recognized that human motivations go beyond just self-interest. Yet, our grasp of the intricate and multifaceted essence of the moral mind is still a puzzle with missing pieces. People vary greatly in how they approach morals, showing unique levels of importance assigned to ethical factors and differing perceptions of moral significance depending on the situation.
Please submit before the deadline:
30 September 2023.
Note that the presentations are limited to PhD students or researchers who completed their PhD less than five years ago, but everyone is welcome to join the workshop.