Call for Papers
IAREP/SABE Conference 2019 in Dublin, Ireland.
1st-4th September 2019
The 2019 IAREP/SABE conference on Economic Psychology and Behavioural Economics will take place in Dublin, Ireland.
We invite you to submit your extended abstract (max 1000 words) or full paper before April 29, 2019.
PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE EXTENDED THE CALL FOR PAPERS DEADLINE TO APRIL 29th
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
- Happiness and wellbeing
- Heuristics and biases
- Household decision making
- Identity economics
- Inter-temporal choice
- Judgment and decision making
- Personality and economic preferences
- Psychology of money
- Research methods
- Risk and uncertainty
- Social preferences
- Social norms
We are happy to announce that the keynote presentations will be given by Professor Annamaria Lusardi (Daniel Kahneman lecture), Professor Muriel Niederle (Herbert Simon lecture), Arie Kapteyn, and Wilhelm Hofmann.
Abstract submission for papers & posters
Please submit your extended abstract of max 1000 words (this is the maximum, not a target word count) or full paper via this link before the end of April 29, 2019. You will be able to select the preferred mode or presentation (paper or poster). The poster should be either in A0 or A1 format. Meaningful graphs/figures in the extended abstracts are appreciated.
Abstract submission for thematic sessions
Please submit your session (academic or policy) proposal for 3 to 5 presentations including proposed topic, short overview, presenters, presentation titles, and extended abstracts in one document via this link before April 11, 2019.
Note: Each contributor to the thematic sessions needs to additionally submit their (extended) abstract or paper as an individual submission via the same link.
A registration link will be made available on this website.
Fee (before May 31 / after May 31)
- Standard Early Bird: €375
- Standard: €425
- PhD students Early Bird: €325
- PhD students: €375
What is included in the fee?
The fee includes tea/coffee, snacks, lunches, and social events (including the boat trip but excluding the conference dinner). It does not include travel and hotel costs. There will be only limited places available for the boat trip and they will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.
The venue is the conference centre located at the historic Croke Park stadium in Dublin and is accessible by many public transport routes.
We recommend to book accommodation early. 50 rooms are reserved in the Croke park hotel which is next to the conference venue.
Note: A Schengen visa or UK visa is not valid for travel to Ireland. Here is more information about visas for Ireland.
The official language of the conference is English.
The local organising committee
Liam Delaney (chair), Orla Doyle, Leonhard K. Lades, Pete Lunn, and Till Weber.
For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org