Room CG76, College Building, Hendon campus.
The London Experimental Workshop (LEW) will work as a discussion platform in the area of experimental and behavioral economics.
The workshop proposes to start an inter-university seminar series in the London area between Middlesex, Queen Mary and Royal Holloway Universities. The seminar series proposes to bring together multidisciplinary researchers from the U.K. and abroad together with leaders in the field on a regular basis to share their current research.
Experimental economics is a multidisciplinary and rapidly expanding research area in economics that has disciplinary links with psychology, sociology, anthropology and law. The three main themes that will be covered under the seminar series will be labour markets (including gender issues) and virtual organisations, tacit and explicit collusion in markets (including coordination in continuous time games) and the emergence of social preferences.
Any person willing to attend and who hasn't been registered should contact Lara Ezquerra at email@example.com to confirm days of attendance.
See the website for full information and programme listings.
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