Welcome!

We are looking forward to hosting the 2019 IAREP/SABE conference on Economic Psychology and Behavioural Economics in Dublin (September 1-4).

The call for papers is here.

The submission site is here. 

For more information on the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology (IAREP) click here.

For more information on the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics (SABE) click here.

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Keynote Speakers

Annamaria Lusardi, Professor of Economics and Accountancy (George Washington University)
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Muriel Niederle, Professor of Economics (Stanford University)
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Arie Kapteyn, Research Professor of Economics (University of Southern California, Dornsife)
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Wilhelm Hofmann, Professor of Psychology (University of Cologne)
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Important Dates:

Symposium proposals due: Thursday, April 11, 2019

Abstract submissions due: Thursday, April 18, 2019

Notification of acceptance: Thursday, May 3, 2019

Early registration deadline: Friday, May 31, 2019

Call for papers:

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Call for organizing a session or symposium:

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Preliminary Schedule

Sunday 1st of September, 2019:

16:00-22:00 Welcome Reception in Smock Alley.

Monday 2nd of September, 2019:

09:00-17:00 Academic Programme.

18:00 Reception in Smock Alley and Boat Cruise 1 (19:30) and Boat Cruise 2 (21:30).

Tuesday 3rd of September:

09:00-17:00 Academic programme.

19:30 – 20:00 Drinks Reception.

20:00 Gala Dinner at Croke Park.

Wednesday 4th of September:

09:00-17:00 Academic Programme.

Rates:

Early bird registration: €375.

Early bird registration for PhD students: €325.

Late registration: €425.

Late registration for PhD students: €375.

Social Media

Use hashtag #IAREPSABE2019.

IAREP/SABE/Elsevier Student Paper Award:

Details coming soon.

Local Organizing Committee:

Liam Delaney (chair), Orla Doyle, Leonhard K. Lades, Pete Lunn, and Till Weber

Scientific Committee:

Details coming soon.

Topics:

We invite submissions from all areas of behavioural science (or economic psychology, behavioural economics, judgement and decision making, depending on your terminological preference).

We will have academic as well as policy-oriented sessions in the programme. Hence, we invite academics as well as non-academic researchers and practitioners from the relevant fields to submit.

Topics include, but are not limited to

  • Behavioural economics
  • Behavioural finance
  • Behavioural medicine
  • Behavioural policy applications
  • Bounded rationality
  • Consumer behaviour
  • Economic Psychology
  • Emotions and decision making
  • Experimental economics
  • Fairness
  • Happiness and wellbeing
  • Heuristics and biases
  • Household decision making
  • Identity economics
  • Inter-temporal choice
  • Judgment and decision making
  • Nudging
  • Personality and economic preferences
  • Psychology of money
  • Research methods in behavioural science
  • Risk and uncertainty
  • Self-control
  • Social Preferences
  • Social norms