Psychology and Economics

Wed, Aug 17 2022, 9:30am - Fri, Aug 19 2022, 1:45pm PDT
SIEPR Koret-Taube Conference Center, Room 130
366 Galvez Street, Stanford
[In person session]

This workshop brings together researchers working on issues at the intersection of psychology and economics. The segment will focus on evidence of and explanations for non-standard choice patterns, as well as the positive and normative implications of those patterns in a wide range of economic decision-making contexts, such as lifecycle consumption and savings, workplace productivity, health, and prosocial behavior. The presentations will frequently build upon insights from other disciplines, including psychology and sociology. Theoretical, empirical, and experimental studies will be included.


Organized by

B. Douglas Bernheim, Stanford University
John Beshears, Harvard Business School
Vincent Crawford, University of Oxford and University of California, San Diego
David Laibson, Harvard University
Ulrike Malmendier, University of California, Berkeley


View schedule and register here to attend