|2nd Virtual Workshop - Session 1||
Prof. Dmitry Taubinsky, University of California, Berkeley
Prof. Taubinsky's research interests are at the intersection of behavioral and public economics. His work is both theoretical and empirical/experimental. Topics that he has studied in the past include inattention to a misunderstanding of complex tax incentives, "sin taxes", energy policy for inattentive or misinformed customers as well as the welfare effects of non-standard policy levers.
|1649023200 April 4-5, 2022||24 / 30|
|2nd Virtual Workshop - Session 2||
Prof. Gautam Rao, Harvard University
Gautam's research interests are at the intersection of behavioral and development economics. Recent projects of his include studying how improving sleep affects the economic outcomes of workers in India, how the endowment effect influences consumer demand for collateralized loans in Kenya, how research findings affect the beliefs and policy choices of mayors in Brazil, and how mixing rich and poor students in schools in India affects social preferences and behaviors.
|1652047200 May 9-10, 2022||22 / 30|
|8th Summer School in Behavioral Economics and Experimental Research||Kandersteg||
Prof. Berno Buechel, University of Fribourg
Prof. Urs Fischbacher, University of Konstanz
Prof. Holger Herz, University of Fribourg
|1654552800 June 7-10, 2022||18 / 18|
|9th Workshop in Behavioral Economics and Experimental Research||Lausanne||
Prof. Fabio Galeotti , CNRS-GATE, University of Lyon
|1663279200 September 16, 2022||17 / 20|