• Catherine Eckel (Texas A&M University)
• Andrew Schotter (New York University)
The Economics Department (AE1) of Maastricht University hosts the 8th Maastricht Behavioral and Experimental Economics Symposium (M-BEES) on June 8, 2015. The broad topic of the Symposium is Theory and Experiments and centers around the question if and how economic experiments can inform economic theory and vice versa. The Symposium takes place on a single day and closes with a social dinner.There are two invited keynote speakers opening and closing the program with contributed sessions in between.
For information on the associate event M-BEPS 2015 please go to the Symposium’s webpage http://sbe.maastrichtuniversity.nl/beps/.
Please email an extended abstract or, preferably, a paper in pdf-format by March 27, 2015 to MBEES-SBE@MaastrichtUniversity.nl. Notification about the outcome of the selection process can be expected by April 17, 2015.
This event is supported by the Maastricht University (Department of Economics and GSBE).