LSE Behavioural Economics Seminar – David Hugh-Jones. December 10, 2013

18.11.2013
LSE Behavioural Economics Seminar – David Hugh-Jones. December 10, 2013

The LSE Behavioural Economics seminar series is a cross-departmental, inter-disciplinary initiative, founded by Adam Oliver, and now coordinated by Matteo M Galizzi.

The seminar series aims to bring together researchers interested in behavioural economics and applied behavioural science across all LSE departments and research centres.

There is a seminar (almost) every week during term time. The seminars are held on Tuesdays, 5.15-6.15 pm. Each seminar lasts one hour, consisting of a thirty minutes presentation and thirty minutes for questions and discussion, followed by a visit to the George IV pub, for those interested.

The seminars typically alternate speakers from the LSE and from other institutions, mainly in the London area.

The seminar series in 2013/2014 will be ‘kicked-off’ by a public seminar by George Loewenstein, Herbert A Simon Professor of Economics and Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University, visiting LSE.

The complete list of speakers and seminars is below. Information on the rooms and titles will be updated regularly.

More information here

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