Bounded Rationality: Theory and Experiments
December 11-12, 2022
The Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University

Experiments are meant to go hand in hand with the development of theoretical decision-making models,  inform us regarding the weaknesses of existing theories and point in the direction of the required remedies.  This workshop brings together economic theorists and experimentalists who study bounded rationality to discuss this symbiotic relation.  

The workshop includes talks, a poster session, a panel discussion on the state of theory, and many coffee breaks.

Participation is free but space is limited. Please register below.

If you wish to present a poster, please submit a title and an abstract of up to 200 words.

Confirmed speakers:

Kfir Eliaz, School of Economics, Tel Aviv University

Duarte Gonçalves

Jeanne Hagenbach 

Paul Heidues 

Philippe Jehiel

Victoria Prowse

Sarah Ridout 

Ariel Rubinstein, School of Economics, Tel Aviv University

Yuval Salant 

Rani Spiegler, School of Economics, Tel Aviv University

Sevgi Yuksel

Organizers: Yair Antler and Ayala Arad, Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University

 

The workshop is supported by the Solomon Lew Center for Consumer Behavior center and by  funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 952574.

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