About LEWeek


Behavioural and Experimental Economics are becoming major fields in Economics. Behavioural economics experiments are gaining visibility and traction not only in academic research but also among public decision-makers and private practitioners.

The London Behavioral and Experimental Group (LBEG), a network of behavioural and experimental economists based in the London universities, is now launching the London Experimental Week (LEWeek).

The LEWeek will bring together a series of innovative knowledge exchange activities in the week between Monday 30th November and Friday 4th December 2015, including: Conferences, Seminars, Book Presentations, Academics-Practitioners Workshops, PhD Students Meetings, and similar.

Venues and initiatives will be spread across the various London universities, including: London School of Economics, Middlesex University London, University College London, Royal Holloway University London.

LEWeek Team


  • Theodoros Alysandratos, Royal Holloway University
  • Prof. Pablo Brañas Garza, Middlesex University London
  • Prof. Antonio Cabrales, University College London
  • Dr. Matteo M Galizzi, London School of Economics
  • Dr. Ericka Rascon, Middlesex University London
Theodoros Alysandratos photo
Prof. Pablo Brañas Garza photo
Prof. Antonio Cabrales photo
Dr. Matteo M Galizzi photo
Dr. Ericka Rascon photo

Speakers


Program


Monday 30 Nov

London Behavioural & Experimental Group Meeting


17.30 - 19.30


LSE - London School of Economics and Political Science
Graham Wallace Room, 5th Floor, Old Building, Houghton Street, WC2A 2AE.



Giovanni Ponti
Aniol Llorente

Tuesday 1 Dec

Randomized Control Trials

Whorkshop I: methods Morning


09.30 - 15.45


Prof. Orazio Attanasio photo


Feeling smart

Book presentation afternoon


17.00 - 20.00


Prof. Eyal Winter (Leicester)
presents his book "Feeling Smart: Why Our Emotions Are More Rational Than We Think"

Eyal Winter

Wednesday 2 Dec

Academics and professionals designing better policies


16:30 - 19:00


Middlesex University
Room: C219, College Buiding.


Thursday 3 Dec

Randomized Control Trials

Workshop II: Applications


11.15 - 16.45


Prof. Stefan Dercon (DFID)

Prof. Stefan Dercon

Friday 4 Dec

London PhD Experimental Economics Workshop


9.30 - 19.00


Prof. Rosemarie Nagel (UPF)

Prof. Rosemarie Nagel

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