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Symposia on Behavioral Economics of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Description: Experimental Economics and the Journal of the Economic Science Association will publish parallel Symposia focused on COVID-19.
Topics could include various methodological issues associated with running experiments during a pandemic, some new software (provided it is tested/validated),
natural experiments involving the pandemic, effects on behavior, productivity, diversity, etc., and experimental evaluations of epidemiological models and their
assumptions.
In line with the scopes and aims of the respective journals, longer articles and those addressing fundamental research questions should be directed to Experimental
Economics, while shorter articles and replications should be directed to JESA. The editors of Experimental Economics can suggest a transfer to JESA if they see this as a better fit.
At JESA, we particularly welcome replications of well-known experiments in nonlaboratory settings, including failed replications, as well as papers discussing the problems that might arise when transiting to a non-laboratory environment, and the issue of linking data collected in the laboratory, online and in the field.
The deadline for submission is 15th December 2020. However, we welcome submissions at any point to the submission deadline and they will be evaluated as soon
as they are submitted and published online as soon as they are accepted. We plan the Symposia to appear in an issue in late 2021/early 2022 and to consist of 6-7 papers.
Papers should be submitted using the Experimental Economics and JESA submission portals, selecting the Symposium as the submission type.
Please do not hesitate to contact any of the editors should you have questions regarding these Symposia.
We look forward to reading your manuscripts.
Sincerely,
Editors
Experimental Economics and JESA

Category: Publishing Opportunities

Contact: Lata Gangadharan <lata.gangadharan@monash.edu>

Deadline: Submission Deadline: 2020-12-15

Created At: 2020-05-30 06:34:16 pm

Updated At: 2020-05-30 06:34:32 pm

Theory & Decision -- Special Issue on Poverty and Economic Decision-Making

Description: The socio-economic conditions of decision makers may play an important role in shaping their preferences, beliefs, and behaviour, as well as constraining their action set. At the same time, decisions taken in the context of poverty may by themselves dynamically contribute to shaping the economic prospects of decision makers. In honour of the recent Nobel Prize conferred to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kremer, Theory and Decision will publish a special issue dedicated to the connection between decision-making and poverty.

Contributions should focus on empirical and/or theoretical investigations of the link between decision-making and poverty, broadly interpreted. Contributions linking individual decision making and randomised controlled trials are especially encouraged. While we expect a majority of the contributions to be focused on developing country contexts, contributions on poor subjects in middle income and rich countries will also be considered.

External Link: https://www.springer.com/journal/11238/updates/17461508

Category: Publishing Opportunities

Contact: Ferdinand Vieider <fvieider@gmail.com>

Deadline: Submission Deadline: 2020-07-01

Created At: 2019-12-04 10:56:41 am

Updated At: 2020-05-17 05:23:55 am

Publishing Experimental Economics Papers at ESA Mentoring Panel in 2020

Description:

Category: Mentoring

Contact: Yan Chen <yanchen@umich.edu>

Deadline: Available on: 2020-06-26

Created At: 2020-06-27 02:54:56 am

Updated At: 2020-06-27 03:09:44 am

Pathways to tenure at ESA Mentoring Panel in 2020

Description:

Please note that we have created a YouTube channel and uploaded the zoom recording of the panel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwuhnNFAExgSjBbccAzDt6g/featured

 

External Link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/12LU_RPFy3E4OnU7IOLSXt7mNSUZ-GVEraviI9mJOrDk/edit?usp=sharing

Category: Mentoring

Contact: Yan Chen <yanchen@umich.edu>

Deadline: Available on: 2020-06-26

Created At: 2020-06-27 01:35:03 am

Updated At: 2020-06-27 02:50:25 am

The 2020 UK Economic Science Association Conference

Description: The 2020 UK Economic Science Association Conference will be held at the University of Exeter, Devon, from Monday 7th September through to Wednesday 9th September 2020.

Category: Conferences/Workshops

Contact: Amber Bassett <a.l.bassett@exeter.ac.uk>

Deadline: Submission Deadline: 2020-06-15

Created At: 2020-02-25 12:03:16 pm

Updated At: 2020-05-17 05:24:17 am

Conference on Zero/Minimal Intelligence Agents

Description: Zero-intelligence (ZI) and Minimal-intelligence (MI) agents have provided valuable insights into how rules of engagement and institutional structures affect outcomes. This conference is for sharing insights, findings, theories, applications, and tools regarding ZI and MI agents in the following areas and beyond:
*Economics, Finance, and Business
*Psychology, Sociology, and Politics
*Computer Science, AI, and Machine Learning
*Engineering, Automation, Telecommunications, Information Systems, and Control
*Energy, Fuel, and Ecological Sciences
*Mathematics, Statistical Physics, and Complexity
*ZI/MI Software
Please write to us at ZIconference@yale.edu regarding attending, presenting your work, organizing a session, or participating in some other manner.

External Link: https://som.yale.edu/event/2020/10/the-first-conference-on-zerominimal-intelligence-agents

Category: Conferences/Workshops

Contact: Elizabeth Viloudaki; Dan Gode; Shabnam Mousavi; Shyam Sunder <ziconference@yale.edu>

Deadline: 2020-06-15

Created At: 2020-02-03 06:04:41 pm

Updated At: 2020-05-17 05:24:35 am

What U want and what I get - Privatizing gains and socializing losses under accountability

Description:

Presenter: Wolfgang Luhan, University of Portsmouth

Category: Experimental and Behavioral Economics Webinar

Deadline: Webinar Time: 2:00-2:50 pm Eastern Time: 2020-05-27

Created At: 2020-05-17 05:30:51 am

Updated At: 2020-05-17 05:31:35 am

Distributional Effects of Price Salience on Reservation Wages and Food Choices

Description: Presenter: Michelle Segovia, University of Missouri

Category: Experimental and Behavioral Economics Webinar

Contact: Billur Aksoy <billuraksoy@gmail.com>

Deadline: Webinar Time: 2:00-2:50 pm Eastern Time: 2020-05-20

Created At: 2020-05-17 05:21:59 am

Updated At: 2020-05-17 05:25:55 am

ESA sessions at Western Economics Association International, Shanghai

Description:

There will be ESA special sessions at the 2020 Western Economics Association International (WEAI) conference. The 16th International Conference of the WEAI will take place in Shanghai, China on March 19- March 22, 2020.

Category: Conferences/Workshops

Contact: <yuxin.su@cgu.edu>

Created At: 2019-10-13 10:33:35 am

Updated At: 2019-10-13 10:34:17 am

Experimental Finance 2020, North American Regional Conference

Description: The Society for Experimental Finance invites you to a day and a half conference in experimental finance that will take place in beautiful Salt Lake City. The SEF conference immediately precedes the Utah Winter Finance Conference (UWFC) that takes place Feb 6-8 45 min up the hill at Snowbird Ski Resort.

External Link: http://uleef.business.utah.edu/newsite/SEF2020.html

Category: Conferences/Workshops

Contact: <jennifer.mcconnell@eccles.utah.edu>

Created At: 2019-09-16 06:23:02 pm

Updated At: 2019-09-16 06:23:23 pm