In 2015, the Amsterdam School of Economics of the University of Amsterdam will host the 7th Amsterdam Symposium on Behavioral and
This year, the focus is on experiments for policy making.
Economic experiments play an increasingly important role to inform decision making by both governments and businesses.
We are very excited to have various internationally recognized experts on our program.
Several policy advisers will discuss the presented papers.
List of speakers:
Bertil Tungodden (NHH: Norwegian School of Economics)
Ben Vollaard (Tilburg University)
Anya Samek (University of Southern California)
Ingrid Steenhuis (VU University Amsterdam)
Robert Dur (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Adam Booij (University of Amsterdam)
Hans Theo Normann (DICE: Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics)
Bram van Dijk (Behavioural Insights Team EZ)
Anouar El Haji (University of Amsterdam)
Aljaz Ule (University of Amsterdam)
Carsten Crede (University of East Anglia)
David Reiley (Pandora Media, Inc., and UC Berkeley)
Axel Ockenfels (University of Cologne)
List of discussants:
Barbara Baarsma (SEO Economic Research)
Eva van den Broek (Behavioural Insights Team EZ)
Marc van der Steeg (Ministry of Education, Culture & Science)
Annemieke Tuinstra (The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets)
Karen van der Wiel (CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis)
Robert Helmink and Sander Onderstal
The Symposium is funded through the Research Priority Area Behavioral Economics of the University of Amsterdam.
You can register your participation by sending an e-mail containing your name and affiliation to firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration is for free.
Please, keep in mind that participants are accepted on a first-come first-served basis.