TIBER 2017 Symposium
We are happy to announce that the TIBER 2017 Symposium on Psychology and Economics will take place on August 25, 2017!
We invite everyone who is
interested to attend, also if you are not presenting your own research.
Registration will be open until August 11. For registration after this date we will charge a late registration fee of €10.
See our preliminary program. A complete program will be published timely.
About the TIBER Symposium
TIBER brings together Economists, Psychologists, Marketing researchers and others who work on Behavioral Decision Making, either in individual or interdependent settings. We look for empirical contributions from diverse fields, such as Individual Decision Making, Consumer Behavior, Bargaining, Social Dilemmas, Experimental Games, Emotions, Fairness and Justice, Rational Choice, and related subjects.
The symposium takes place at Tilburg University and consists of two keynotes, parallel sessions with presentations of 20 minutes, and a poster session.
View our Call for Abstracts here.
Click here to submit your abstract.
Over the previous 14 years, we have welcomed great keynote speakers like Lise Vesterlund, Dan Goldstein, Richard Zeckhauser, Shane Frederick, John List, Jack Knetsch, Rick Larrick, Thomas Gilovich, Daniel Kahneman, Eldar Shafir, Ravi Dhar, Ernst Fehr, Werner Güth, George Loewenstein, Colin Camerer, James Andreoni, George Wu, Dan Ariely, and others. This year, we are excited to have:
- Ralph Hertwig from the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, and
- Bertil Tungodden from the Norwegian School of Economics
as keynote speakers.
If you have any questions regarding the conference, please contact Joeri Wissink.