Lectures by Andrew Caplin

Here is the detailed schedule of the lectures by and workshop (see call for papers) with Andrew Caplin. The lectures are targeted at PhD students and young post-docs. All others interested in this new and highly promising area of research are of course also welcome to attend. All participants should register by sending an email to by 7 June 2010.

The Center for Emotional Economics at the University of Mainz can finance accommodation for a limited number of external participants in the lecture. Participants would have to cover their own travel expenses. Early registration is highly welcome and accommodation is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. When registering, please send us a CV and - if available - a (draft of a) research paper of yours.

Day Time Title Name Location
Monday

June 28th, 2010

09:30

-10:30

 
Anxiety and Choice
    
Andrew Caplin

(New York University)
room 03-150

(ReWi I)

 
  11:00

-12:00

Economic Theory and Psychological Data: Bridging the Divide  Andrew Caplin

(New York University)
room 03-150
  13:00

-14:00

Miniconference: Fairness in Simple Bargaining Games: The Role of Empathy and Theory of Mind

Hannes Koppel

(Max-Planck-Institute for Economics)

 room 03-150
  14:15

-15:15

Miniconference: Emotions and Decisions

Klaus Wälde

(Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz)

room 03-150
  16:00

-17:30

Department Seminar
Search, Satisficing, and Revealed Preference
 Andrew Caplin

(New York University)
room 03-150
   18:00 Informal get-together   Taberna Academica
  19:30 Dinner   Trattoria Peperoncino‎
Tuesday

June 29th, 2010

09:30

-10:30

 
Miniconference: Heterogeneous Agents in Intertemporal Choice: Theory and Experimental Evidence

  Daniel Schunk

(Universität Zürich)

room 03-150
  11:00

-12:00

Miniconference: Doubts and Dogmatism in Conflict Behavior

Alessandro Riboni

(Université de Montréal)

 room 03-150
   13:00

-14:00

Dopamine and Reward Prediction Error Andrew Caplin

(New York University)
 room 03-150
   14:15

-15:15

 Emotional Economics: Can Theory and Measurement Co-Evolve? Andrew Caplin

(New York University)
room 03-150
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