A large literature across fields has demonstrated the importance of early life circumstances for children’s human capital formation, their health and well-being in the short and longer run. At the same time, we still lack a deeper understanding of the drivers of those well-established relationships.
The goal of the conference is to bring people interested in the topic together to present new research using these new data and methods to measure spending, discuss pros and cons and exchange best practices, etc.
The 4th. workshop on Psychological Game Theory will bring together scholars working on issues related to self-image concerns, motivated beliefs, belief-dependent preferences and emotions and their importance for economic decision making.
Are economic preferences an innate and specific characteristic of each human being or they malleable and thus they can be taught? In this workshop an international group of researchers will debate this fundamental question on nature or nurture and they will present their new findings on this topic.
CEBI member Alexander Sebald organizes workshop on "Limited attention, selective perception and bounded rationality in decision making" The workshop will take place at the Department of Economics from 25 - 26 May 2018