The 2018 Lisbon Meeting on Economics and Political Science aims at bringing together scholars who share methodologies and research topics in these two fields. It is a joint organization of the Nova School for Business and Economics and of Institute of Social Sciences and the School of Economics and Management of the University of Lisbon.
The fourth edition will take place in Lisbon, the 23rd and 24th of November 2018, at the Institute of Social Science of the University of Lisbon, and will focus this year on the use of experimental approaches to the study of politics and economics. It features two keynote public addresses by Alexander Cappelen (NHH and FAIR Center for Ethics and Economics) and David Nickerson (Temple University). There are four sessions with contributed papers, preferably, but not limited to, on topics of behavioral and experimental economics and political science. Every paper will have a discussant and there are no parallel sessions.
We welcome submissions of complete papers on the following topics:
Elections and Mobilization (session chaired by David Nickerson)
Moral Preferences (session chaired by Alexander Cappelen)
The psychology of inequality and social change (session chaired by Kristin Laurin)
Beliefs (session chaired by Adeline Delavande)
See the detailed call for papers here.
Submissions should be sent no later than September 23th 2018.
The scientific committee’s decisions will be announced by October 7th 2018.
For more information visit our website here.
Alexander Coutts (Nova School of Business and Economics)
Rui Costa Lopes (Institute of Social Sciences, Lisbon)
Pedro Magalhães (Institute of Social Sciences, Lisbon)
Sandra Maximiano (ISEG, ULisboa and UECE)
Joana Pais (ISEG, ULisboa and UECE)
Susana Peralta (Nova School of Business and Economics)
João Pereira dos Santos (Nova School of Business and Economics)
José Tavares (Nova School of Business and Economics)