A slightly revised programme for tomorrow.
November 25th Economics and Psychology Event Geary Institute
9.45: Credit Cards: Friend or Foe.
Yvonne McCarthy - Central Bank of Ireland.
10.15: Understanding Taxpayer Behaviour – New Opportunities for Tax Administration.
Keith Walsh- Revenue Commissioners
11.00: Organ Donation and Individual Consent- The role of Family Consent in Donation Systems.
Clare Delargy- UCD Geary Institute
11.30: The Role of Economic Psychology in Students' Term-Time Employment and Academic Achievement.
Martin Ryan- UCD Geary Institute
13.00: Corruption and Well-Being
Rob Gillanders - University College Dublin
13.30: Subcultures in Household Financial Decision-Making: An Exploratory Study of Risky Asset Ownership in the Netherlands.
Michael Dowling- DCU
14.15: Political Determinants of Participation in a Recycling Programme
Marie Brugligio- University of Malta
14.45: Behavioural Economics and Policymaking: Learning from the Early Adopters.
Pete Lunn, ESRI
15.30: Behavioural Economics and the Irish Pension System
Liam Delaney- Stirling University and Geary Institute
16.00: Is the health impact of socioeconomic status explained by objective financial resources or subjective social status?
Michael Daly - Manchester and Aberdeen.
16.30: Panel Discussion