Upcoming Events

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SABE 2014 Lake Tahoe, USA

The 2014 SABE annual conference will be held July 21-24 at the Harvey’s Lake Tahoe hotel on the South shore of Lake Tahoe.   Lake Tahoe is the number one outdoor tourist destination in the world, and SABE has negotiated room rates for conference participants at this four star hotel of less than $100 per night at this prime season time.  The conference theme will be “Stretching Behavioral Economics,” with room for up to 144 general session presenters.  You can reserve presentation slots now by organizing a good session.   To propose a session, email conference organizer Mark Pingle at pingle@unr.edu.
The link to conference website, which will be used for registration is http://www.unr.edu/sabe


PRELIMINARY CALL FOR PAPERS

ICABEEP YOUNG RESEARCHER PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP

Sabe 2014, Lake Tahoe, USA

SABE Sessions at WEAI Annual Conference

Western Economic Association International 89th Annual Conference Grand Hyatt Denver, Colorado, 27 June – 1 July 2014
Submit your abstract to John Ifcher jifcher@scu.edu to be considered for inclusion in SABE sessions at the WEAI Annual Conference in Denver. If your paper is accepted, you will be notified when Professor Ifcher submits your session to WEAI, at which time you should register for the conference here (www.weai.org). The registration fee for participants in SABE organized sessions is the same as the WEAI member registration fee. For more information see Call for Papers & Sessions: SABE & ICABEEP Sessions at 2014 WEAI

Previous Events

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SABE/AEA session at AEA/ASSA, Philadelphia, PA, Jan 03, 2014 2:30 pm, Philadelphia Marriott , Meeting Room 304

Human Reciprocity and Its Evolution (C7) (Panel Discussion)

Panel Moderator: CHARLOTTE PHELPS (Temple University)

DAVID SLOAN WILSON (Binghamton University) The Evolution of Group-Advantageous Traits

LARRY SAMUELSON (Yale University) Repeated Games; Evolutionary Foundations of Economic Behavior

SAMUEL BOWLES (Santa Fe Institute & University of Siena) Discussion of issues raised by other panelists and audience

HERBERT GINTIS (Santa Fe Institute & University of Siena) Discussion of issues raised by other panelists and audience

For more information follow this Link or visit AEA website

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SABE/IAREP/ICABEEP conference, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, July 25-29, 2013

In the wake of the financial crisis, economists who’ve been calling bubbles wish they knew a bit more of people’s psychology; psychologists are eager to fine-tune and make adoptable economists’ tools of analysis; in business schools treating risk have always involved a mix of econ-psych with variable proportions … Today many of us have the same goal. We want to generate knowledge for the good society to avoid another crisis… We aspire to define finance as the stewardship of society's assets... What can we learn from each other?

This conference is one of the biennial meetings of the two largest organizations in the fields of behavioral economics (SABE) and economic psychology (IAREP). The conference, run in conjunction with ICABEEP (an umbrella organization for behavioral economics and economic psychology), attracts scholars from the fields of psychology, economics, management, marketing, consumer behavior and other related fields. Contact Program Chairs, Shabnam Mousavi (shabnam@jhu.edu) or Reza Kheirandish (rkheiran@clayton.edu) for more information.

Visit the conference website at: http://www.clayton.edu/2013-sabe-iarep-icabeep-conference

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SABE sessions at WEAI Annual Conference, Seattle, June 28-July 2, 2013

Last year, the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics (SABE) had eight special sessions at the WEAI Annual Conference in San Francisco, comprising primarily behavioral and experimental research. This year, we hope to make our presence at WEAI even stronger. The 2013 WEAI Annual Conference will be in Seattle, June 28-July 2, 2013.
If you would like to present a paper or organize a session in the field of behavioral economics then please send me an email at jifcher@scu.edu by Friday, January 18, 2013. The email should include the following information:
• To submit a paper: the paper title, abstract, and list of authors (with affiliations, email and mailing addresses).
• To propose a session: session title, paper titles, abstracts, and list of authors (with affiliations, email and mailing addresses).
Note: the deadline for individual papers sent directly to the WEAI (i.e. NOT part of the SABE sessions) is a full month earlier than our January 18th deadline. You should NOT send your paper or session directly to WEAI if you submit through SABE. For more information regarding the conference see: http://www.weai.org/AnnualConf

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SABE/AEA session at AEA/ASSA, San Diego, CA, Jan 04, 2013 2:30 pm, Marriott Marquis & Marina, New York

In Memorial of Elinor Ostrom: Common-Pool Resource Dilemmas - Current Perspective(Q5)

Presiding: Amnon Rapoport (University of California-Riverside)

Time and Uncertainty in Resource Dilemmas: Equilibrium Solutions and Experimental Results
Anabela Botelho (University of Minho and NIMA), Ariel Dinar (University of California-Riverside), Lígia Pinto (University of Minho and NIMA), Amnon Rapoport (University of California-Riverside).

Provision versus Appropriation in Symmetric and Asymmetric Social Dilemmas
James Cox (Georgia State University), Elinor Ostrom (Indiana University and Arizona State University), Vjollca Sadiraj (Georgia State University), James Walker (Indiana University).

How Uses the Position of Power in Asymmetric Commons Dilemmas?
Marco Janssen (Arizona State University), Nathan Rollins (Arizona State University), Jacopo Baggio (Arizona State University), Irene Ibarra (Arizona State University).

Managing Resources with Potential Regime Shifts: Using Experiments to Explore Social–Ecological Linkages in Common Resource Systems
Therese Lindahl (The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm), Anne-Sophie Crépin (The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm), Caroline Schill (The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm).

Discussants: Amnon Rapoport (University of California-Riverside)

For more information regarding the AEA/ASSA conference visit AEA/ASSA Annual Meeting website


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