8th Annual Economics and Psychology Conference ESRI Dublin
The eight annual one day conference on Economics and Psychology will be held on November 27th at the ESRI in Dublin. The purpose of these sessions is to develop the link between Economics, Psychology and cognate disciplines in Ireland. A special theme of these events is the implications of behavioural economics for public policy. Please sign up here to attend. There is no registration fee.
830am to 9am: Registration
9.15am to 940am: Cathal Fitzgerald (DCU) “I Groupthink Therefore We Are: Detecting Behavioural Convergence in Leaders Before the Economic Crisis”.
9.40am to 1005am: Michael Daly (Stirling and UCD) “Childhood Self-Control and Smoking Throughout Life”.
1005am to 1030am: Victoria Taranu (Universiteit Hasselt ) “The implications of nudging in reducing residential energy demand and its potential for the EPC”.
1030am to 11am: Coffee
11am to 1125am: Leonhard Lades (Stirling) “Present bias and everyday self-control failures: A Day Reconstruction Study”.
1125am to 1150pm: David Comerford (Stirling). “The role of agency in preferences".
1150pm to 1215pm: Irene Mosca and Cathal McRory (TCD): “Personality and Wealth Accumulation Among Older Couples: Do Dispositional Characteristics Pay Dividends?”.
1215pm to 1pm: Alan Sanfey (Radbood). "Social motivations in decision-making: Insights from Decision Neuroscience".
1pm to 2pm: LUNCH
2pm to 240pm: Pete Lunn (ESRI). “Pricelab: experiments for consumer policy”
240pm to 320pm: Stefan Hunt (FCA). “Applying behavioural insights to regulation: lessons from consumer financial protection”.
320pm to 350pm Coffee
350pm to 430pm: Pelle G Hansen (Roskilde University). “Applying behavioural science in Denmark: progress and lessons”.
430 to 5pm Discussion