2012 International Economic Science Association Conference, New York

2012 International Economic Science Association Conference, New York – June 21-24, 2012

The C.V. Starr Center supported the 2012 International Economic Science Association Conference, held at June 21-24 2012 at New York University. The International Meeting of the ESA brings together economists, as well as psychologists, sociologists, neuroscientists and accountants interested in the use of experimental methods, to address questions of economic relevance. The NYU edition of the conference will be the biggest ESA conference so far with over 400 participants. The keynote speakers, Chuck Manski and Dean Karlan are invited to talk about the the use of laboratory experimental methods in new applications, namely surveys and field experiments. The general presentations involve research on a variety of topics going from Game Theory, IO, Finance, PE, Labor to Conflict and Identity, Neuroeconomics and Risk and Ambiguity.

More information can be found in the conference program and the conference abstracts.