Tuesday, April 06, 2010
Behavioural Economics: Implications for Business, Policy and Regulation
Posted by Liam Delaney
This is a pre-announcement targeted at people who read this blog. On Friday 28th May, we will hold an afternoon session on the implications of behavioural economics for business, policy and regulation. It will take place in the Institute of Bankers building in Dublin. It is primarily aimed at a national audience though we of course welcome international participation. I would be very grateful if people who are interested in shaping this session could email me (e.g. potential topics, formats for discussion and so on). A formal announcement will follow once I have gathered some further opinions on the way to make this session the most useful.
Labels: behavioural economics