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Cambridge Behavioural Economics and Neuroeconomics Workshop

These informal workshops introduce some of the behavioural economics / neuroeconomics research being undertaken in the Cambridge departments / faculties of Economics, Experimental Psychology, and Physiology, Development & Neuroscience.

All are welcome to come along to the fifth annual workshop in the series:

2–4.30pm Wednesday 16 September 2009

Keynes Room,
Faculty of Economics
Austin Robinson Building (top floor),
Sidgwick Site

SCHEDULE
2–2.10pm   
Welcome and Introduction

2.10–2.40pm
Understanding household portfolio choice and expected returns
Sule Alan

2.40–3.10pm
Social Groups, Empathy, and Favouritism: An Experimental Investigation
Donna Harris
BREAK

3.30–4pm
Emotional decision-making
Barney Dunn

4–4.30pm
An fMRI analysis of social learning
Chris Burke

Organisers:
Michelle Baddeley (Economics)         mb150@cam.ac.uk
Luke Clark (Experimental Psychology)    lc260@cam.ac.uk

P.S. Please let us know if you have interesting research results that you’d like to present at subsequent workshops.

Posted on 01/09/2009

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