IMEBESS has started as a succession of the International Meeting series on Experimental and Behavioral Economics (IMEBE), and had an inaugural meeting at Nuffield College, University of Oxford in April 2014, followed by the second meeting held at the Institute for Advanced Study at Toulouse. IMEBESS intends to bring together researchers in all areas of the social sciences who are interested in experimental methods. We believe that behavioural economics is increasingly informed by a very diverse range of research traditions. Hence, we are particularly interested in the participation of all the diverse social science disciplines with an interest in experimental and behavioural research. The program consists of a number of invited and contributed talks. In the past years, the meeting has attracted more than a hundred contributed talks, and we believe that IMEBESS 2016 will be another exciting event for all scholars and practitioners interested in experimental and behavioural research.
The invited speakers are:
- Nicholas Chater (University of Warwick)
- Tore Ellingsen (Stockholm School of Economics)
- Dominik Hangartner (London School of Economics)
- Stuart West (University of Oxford)
Proposals for contributed papers should be sent, in the form of an extended abstract or a full paper, to the organizers through the registration form at the IMEBESS-website.
Both theoretical and empirical papers on the topics in all areas of the social sciences, such as experimental and behavioural economics, sociology, political science, psychology are encouraged. The deadline for submitting papers has been extended to 07 February 2016. Authors will receive notification of acceptance on 29 February 2016.
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There will be a registration fee, which will be announced in due corse with additional information about the meeting on the IMEBESS-webpage.
We hope that this conference will be an opportunity for participants to know other researchers in their own field as well as other related disciplines. For that purpose, the program includes the following social events:
- 14 April: Welcome reception
- 15 April: Conference dinner
- Deadline for submissions: 31 January 2016 07 February 2016
- Notification of acceptance: 29 February 2016
- Deadline for registration: early registration (20 March 2016), late registration (3 April 2016)
- Conference dates: 14-16 April 2016
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