The UCD Geary Institute for Public Policy is pleased to announce our PhD Student Conference in Behavioural Science for 2017 in collaboration with the Stirling University Management School. This continues two successful annual events held at Stirling. For information about last year's PhD conference click here.
The PhD conference will be held at University College Dublin on November 30th and will be followed by the 10th annual Irish economics and psychology conference on December 1st. Attendees to the PhD conference on November 30th are also welcome to attend the December 1 workshop. Our keynote speakers will be Professor Don Ross (UCC) and Professor Jennifer Sheehy Skeffington (LSE).
The 2017 PhD Conference aims to give PhD students in Behavioural Science the opportunity to meet other researchers, to present their work, and get feedback from peers and researchers in the field. The PhD conference will deal with all areas of behavioural science (or behavioural economics, economic psychology, judgement and decision making, depending on your terminological preference). Topics include, but are not limited to
- Nudging and Behavioural Policies
- Evaluation of Behavioural Policies
- Mechanisms of Behavioural Interventions
- Inter-temporal Choice
- Risk Preferences
- Social Preferences
- Personality and Economics
- Subjective Well-Being
- Identity in Economics
- Emotions and Decision Making
- Behavioural Medicine
- Early Influences on Later Life Outcomes
- Behavioural Science and the Labour Market
- Research Methods in Behavioural Science
Speakers will present their research followed by a discussion.
There will be no conference fee and a social dinner will be provided for attendees on the evening of November 30th. Please go to this link to submit an abstract for the conference.
- September 30: Abstract submission deadline (up to 500 words).
- October 10: Notification of acceptance.
We look forward to welcoming you to Dublin. If you have questions, feel free to send an email to email@example.com
UCD Geary Institute for Public Policy
Dublin , Ireland