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Recent Advances on the Role of Beliefs in Decision Theory

The department of Economics of Université Paris-Dauphine, jointly with Paris School of Economics, is organizing a workshop on November 24-25th. This year's theme is "Recent Advances on the Role of Beliefs in Decision Theory", the objective being a confrontation between different approaches on the role of beliefs in behaviors, including Decision theory, Neurosciences, Measurement and analysis of subjective expectations. Topics include:
· Decision theory with ambiguity
· Analysis of the neural basis of awareness and decision-making
· Measurement and analysis of subjective expectations
· Beliefs agregation

Paper submission

Attendees who wish to give a talk are invited to submit a paper by September 15, 2011 by e-mail to: dauphine.econtheory@gmail.com
Notice of acceptance will be given by October 10, 2011 and the program will be posted on: http://www.leda.dauphine.fr/fr/poles/bdt_2011.html
There is no registration fee. Depending on the available funds, financial support will be provided to participants for accommodation and/or transportation.

Keynote speakers

Rafal Bogacz (U. Bristol)
Jerome Busemeyer (Indiana U. Bloomington)

Itzhak Gilboa (HEC-Paris and U. Tel Aviv)
Charles Manski (Northwestern U.)

Scientific Committee

Arnold Chassagnon, (chair, U. Paris-Dauphine and Paris School of Economics)
Luc Arrondel (CNRS, Paris School of Economics)
Milo Bianchi (U. Paris-Dauphine)
Juan Carillo (U. of Southern California)
Stephen Fleming (U. College London)
Elyès Jouini (U. Paris-Dauphine)
Jean-Philippe Lefort (U. Paris-Dauphine)
Clotilde Napp (U. Paris-Dauphine)
Jean-Christophe Vergnaud (CNRS, U. Paris 1)
Yannick Viossat (U. Paris-Dauphine)

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