6th Annual Workshop on Behavioural Game Theory

 

2 - 3 July 2020 | Norwich

The School of Economics at the University of East Anglia will be holding a workshop on Behavioural Game Theory on 2 - 3 July in Norwich. The purpose of this workshop is to present current experimental research related to the topic of game theory. We are particularly interested in work taking behavioural approaches to industrial organisation, but all papers that lie at the intersection of game theory, behavioural economics and experimental economics will be considered. The format of the conference will be a small number of relatively long talks, along with plenty of opportunities to discuss research with the goal of generating new projects.

The plenary speakers for the workshop will be Kfir Eliaz, Steffen Huck and Julie Mortimer.

If you are interested in presenting a paper at this workshop, please email an abstract or paper to Julianne Wright (Julianne.Wright@uea.ac.uk). The selection process will be selective and a small number of papers will be accepted. We are especially interested in work by junior researchers.

We will cover meal expenses for those who have a submitted paper accepted for presentation, as well as travel expenses (up to £600) and accommodation (2 nights). In the past we have been able to cover all travel expenses above this figure, but cannot guarantee this until other expenses have cleared.

The last date for submission of presentations is 20 March 2020. We will let you know if your paper has been accepted for presentation by 13 April. 

You are welcome to attend the workshop whether or not your paper is accepted, although you will naturally be responsible for any expenses.

Graduate students may also be interested in UEA's 3-day PhD Summer School in Behavioural Game Theory that immediately precedes the workshop (29 June - 1 July). This course is designed to provide a short introduction to experimental research related to behavioural game theory. More information can be found at the following link: https://www.uea.ac.uk/economics/phd-summer-schools

In the past, many students have attended the course and then stayed for the workshop.

 

We are excited by this workshop and hope you will be attending!

 

David J Cooper - The Florida State University and the University of East Anglia

Mark Le Quement - University of East Anglia

Stefan Penczynski - University of East Anglia