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The Conference intends to analyse the emerging theme of Heuristic decision making in organizations and society. Along the lines of the work of Herbert Simon and James March (2018 is the 60th anniversary of their book "Organizations") the Conference will focus on how the new approach of the...
The aim of the workshop is to improve the understanding of the formation of policy preferences and of public opinion towards policies. Papers presented at the workshop should help to improve the design of evidence-based policies that take the preferences and attitudes of the electorate into...
URPE invites proposals for complete sessions and individual papers for the URPE at ASSA annual meeting. We welcome proposals on radical political economic theory and applied analysis from a wide variety of theoretical perspectives.
Eröffnungsvortrag wird Dr. Reiner Haseloff, Ministerpräsident des Landes Sachsen-Anhalt, halten. Im Anschluss werden Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler aus dem IWH und anderen Instituten und Universitäten ihre Forschungsergebnisse über betriebliche Lohnunterschiede, die...
With over 70 planned concurrent sessions and three plenary sessions, the conference will bring together cutting edge research across all fields of public choice.
This workshop brings together scholars from different disciplines, countries, and academic systems who share an interest in pushing forward theoretical and/or empirical frontiers of institutional research.
The European Public Choice Society promotes scientific research on the economics and politics of public and non-market decision-making, political economy and the economics of institutions. About 250 researchers from different fields such as economics, political science and other social sciences...
Conference Theme: "40 Years of AFIT: A Time for Reflection and Renewal" As AFIT celebrates its 40th anniversary, we reflect on the relevance of the old institutional approach, methods, standards, and insights while exploring new theoretical developments and applications. We encourage papers and...
The conference theme of 2019 is: “Tackling the underlying neural and psychological mechanisms of human economic decision making” Topics preferably combine problems in economics, psychology, and/or neuroscience, and include (but are not restricted to): - Linking choice data and decision...
Topics: Advances in MCDM Theory; AHP, ANP; Behavioral Issues in Decision Making; Cognitive Mapping; CompromiseProgramming; Computing and Software for MCDM; Data Envelopment Analysis; Decision Support Systems; Environmental Decision Making; Evolutionary Algorithms; Fuzzy Sets and Approaches; Goal...
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