Following on the inaugural Andrew and Brunner Lecture delivered by Nobel laureate Alvin Roth in September 2019, the Department of Economics of the Lancaster University Management School is happy to announce that Nobel laureate Vernon Smith will deliver the second Andrew and Brunner Lecture on April 21st, 2020 at 6pm. The title of his lecture is “A Rehabilitation of Classical Economics: Lessons from Experiments”; see (https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/lums/about-us/events/nobel-laureate-vernon-smith-to-deliver-andrews-and-brunner-lecture-2020 for details. This public lecture is complemented by a workshop on behavioral and experimental economics on 21-23 April 2020 (attended by Vernon Smith).
The workshop will feature the following keynote speakers:
- Kenneth Binmore
- John Hey
- Dan Levin
- Robert Sugden
- Eyal Winter
and we invite researchers to submit papers (preferred) or abstracts on behavioral and experimental economics to Caren Wareing (email@example.com) by Friday March 13th for contributed presentations and poster sessions. Participation to the workshop is free (but a registration is required). Please email Caren Wareing (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register, and we will confirm places on a first-come first-serve basis.
Professor Levin will also deliver a short PhD course of 6 hours (23-24 April) on “Auctions: Theory and Experiments”. Participation is free for any PhD student, but places are limited. Please email Dr Li (email@example.com) to reserve a place.
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