Behavioural and Experimental Economics are becoming major fields in Economics. Behavioural economics experiments are gaining visibility and traction not only in academic research but also among public decision-makers and private practitioners.
The London Behavioral and Experimental Group (LBEG), a network of behavioural and experimental economists based in the London universities, is now launching the London Experimental Week (LEWeek). The LEWeek will bring together a series of innovative knowledge exchange activities in the week between Monday 30th November and Friday 4th December 2015, including: Conferences, Seminars, Book Presentations, Academics-Practitioners Workshops, PhD Students Meetings, and similar.
Venues and initiatives will be spread across the various London universities, including: London School of Economics, Middlesex University London, University College London, Royal Holloway University London.
To find out more about the week follow the link below;
Activities taking place at Middlesex Universities
Tuesday 1st December: Better Policies, Better Lives: Evidence based policies:
A day of talks by leading academics in the field of behavioural economics on a variety of topics based on the themes of interventions and experiments.
Wednesday 2nd December: Academics and Professionals Designing Better Policies:
Bringing together professionals and academics, each guest will talk for 20 minutes before opening up a discussion.
Thursday 3rd December: Better Policies, Better Lives: Policy making in action
Day two of the conference section of the week will once again see a number of talks by academics and professionals around the theme of interventions