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Recent Advances on the Role of Beliefs in Decision Theory

Photo by Helga Weber 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: [email protected]
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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Crée en 2009, le LEDa fédère l'ensemble des équipes d'économie de Paris-Dauphine. Centre de recherche en économie théorique et appliquée, ces travaux sont organisés en cinq pôles thématiques...

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