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This workshop welcomes any paper on topics related to bounded rationality, with a focus on the topic of limited cognition. This includes models of limited attention and applications, both in strategic and non-strategic settings. This workshop also focuses on the subject of coordination, as it...
We aim at creating a forum of junior and senior experts to discuss cutting-edge research in the fields of economic growth and fluctuations (EGF). We do not want to limit the range of topics, but rather be broad and open to the best type of research conducted in the EGF field.
The purpose of the workshop is to discuss a selected number of research papers focusing on the study of monetary policy and other central bank policies. Suitable topics include (but are not restricted to): - The role played by agents’ heterogeneity and financial frictions - The challenges...
The workshop calls on outstanding contributions in the broad literature on the economics of social and economic networks. Both empirical and theoretical contributions will be encouraged.
We encourage the submission of empirical and theoretical papers from economics and political science. The workshop will run for two days and feature ten to twelve papers, including invited presentations. Each presentation will last for an hour, including comments from a discussant and the...
The purpose of this workshop is to bring scholars currently working on stochastic choice, from various perspectives, including decision theory, experimental economics, micro-econometrics, psychology, neuro-economics, macroeconomics, etc.
The workshop intends to promote the exchange and dissemination of state of the art quantitative research in applied industrial organization and related fields. We invite submissions from experienced and well-established international researchers as well as promising young scholars in the area.
The workshop aims at creating an annual European meeting of top researchers in political economy within the framework of the Barcelona GSE Summer Forum. We encourage the submission of empirical and theoretical papers from economics and political science.
In the last decades, behavioral and experimental economics have been very successful in showing how economic processes and outcomes are significantly shaped by different aspects of human behavior. These fields, however, are still largely based on findings from experiments conducted in laboratory...
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