The Workshop in Behavioral Economics


 
Wednesday, November 11, 2020 - 10:00 to 20:00

We would like to invite interested organizations (for-profit, non-profit, and government institutions) to the first Workshop in Behavioral Economics at Copenhagen Business School, on November 11th, 2020.  

Behavioral economics and economic experiments are powerful tools to generate actionable, science-driven insights for firms, non-profits, and governments. Yet, most organizations do not have access to these cutting-edge methods. 

The Workshop in Behavioral Economics at Copenhagen Business School provides participants with a non-technical introduction to these methods, and plenty of relevant concrete applications. The workshop also provides opportunities for practitioners and researchers to discuss how behavioral economics can concretely benefit the organizations’ specific needs, challenges, and opportunities.

The workshop also serves as the launching event of the Institute for Behavioral Economics (behavioral-economics.org): a Copenhagen-based international research and outreach institution that connects organizations interested in using economic science to address their most compelling business questions, and economists interested in generating and publishing new scientific insights while scientifically testing new ideas and solutions to organizations’ challenges.

The Institute is headquartered at Copenhagen Business School and The University of Chicago.

The exact schedule will depend on whether the event will take place online, in-person at CBS, or in a hybrid format (both online and in-person), depending on participants’ preferences. In the sign-up form you will be able to state your preferences regarding the format of the event. In the event that the workshop takes place in-person. We will provide a detailed schedule shortly.

Practitioners and organizations can sign-up for this event by completing the following form: https://forms.gle/U5pMr4Cdfdmqst1J8

 If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to let us know.

 

 Thanks and best wishes,

Luigi Butera and Toke Fosgaard

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