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Call for papers

This year the conference is hosted by the Department of Economics at the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg. The conference will begin on early morning of the 6th of October finishing early afternoon 7th of October.

The conference is open for submissions within any sub-field of behavioural and experimental economics. PhD students are encouraged to submit papers and to participate in the conference. This will be an excellent opportunity for economists working on these issues to share their ongoing research with a wide range of colleagues from all Nordic countries as well as participants from other countries.

Keynote speakers

Find out more about our two keynote speakers by following these links:

Anna Dreber, Johan Björkman professor of Economics, Stockholm School of Economics

Bertil Tungodden, Professor of Economics, Norwegian School of Economics (NHH)

Practicalities

Participants need to cover their own travel and accommodation expenses. There is a participation fee of 950 SEK (this will be confirmed prior to registration). This will include, refreshments, two lunches and one dinner.

Preliminary reservations have been made at hotels in the neighbourhood of the conference venue, at Hotel Vasa (info@hotelvasa.se), Hotel Flora (info@hotelflora.se). Participants are expected to contact the hotel directly. Refer to booking number NCBEE2017 valid until 1st of September.

The conference will take place at the School of Business, Economics and Law (Handelshögskolan), Vasagatan 1, Gothenburg.

Important dates

1 July Deadline for submission
10 July Notification about acceptance
15 August Registration deadline

Contact

For questions please email ncbee2017@economics.gu.se

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