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Call for Papers

发布时间:2019-05-01

近三十年以来,行为经济学和实验经济学引领着经济学的潮流,而生物科学与经济学的融合使得经济学变得更加坚实。而现在经济学界正在酝酿一场新的革命:人类行为背后的生物基础正在被逐渐发掘出来。生物科学中的脑成像技术和分子遗传学的发展使得研究人员能够在窥视人类大脑如何决策的黑匣子,以及回答基因和激素等生物因素会如何导致个体差异等问题,这从根本上使得经济学的科学性质变得更加硬核

在这样的背景下,西南财经大学中国行为经济与行为金融研究中心将举办行为、生物与实验经济学国际会议Inaugural Behavioral, Biological and Experimental Economics Conference 2019)。该会议旨在以决策理论为纽带,以实验经济学方法为共通点,将全世界的前沿行为经济学家、实验经济学家和从事脑神经和基因研究的学者联系在一起,共同分享和探索经济学最前沿的发展,并为国内的师生学者提供了解和深入接触这一前沿的宝贵机会。

本次会议侧重于讨论决策理论、实验、应用这几个主题。会议首日将重点讨论生物经济学相关议题,并于第三日讨论更加硬核的行为决策理论。

会议时间:2019722日至724

会议地点:西南财经大学柳林校区

会议主办方:西南财经大学中国行为经济与行为金融研究中心、经济学院、科研处

会议主题: Decision Theory, experiment, and application (DTEA) with emphasis on behavioral and biological considerations

会议形式:为了促进交流,会议不开设平行分会场,采用轮流进行学术报告的形式,每个报告时间为30分钟。

会议召集人:Chew Soo Hong (周恕弘)Richard Ebstein

若您有意报告您与会议议题相关的论文,请于2019610日前将论文发至邮箱:bbcc.china2019@gmail.com,邮件主题注明:2019行为、生物与实验经济学国际会议。我们将并为选定论文的报告者提供旅行和住宿支持。欢迎大家踊跃投稿!



International Conference on Behavioral, Biological and Experimental Economics (BBEE), 2019 – Call for Papers

Advances in economic research has benefited from the emergence of behavioral economics and experimental economics over the past decades and the incorporation of biological considerations involving neuroscience and genomics more recently. The latter development has enabled researchers to peek into the "black box" of how the human brain makes decisions, and to address questions about how biological factors such as genes and hormones can lead to individual differences, making economic science more "hard-core". In this regard, the China Center for Behavioral Economics and Finance of the Southwestern University of Finance and Economics in Chengdu will hold an inaugural Behavioral, Biological and Experimental Economics Conference with decision making as the common thread linking behavioral economists, experimental economists and economic researchers engaged in neuroscience and genetics.

Venue: Hong Yuan Building, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, Chengdu

Dates: July 22 – 24, 2019

Theme: Decision theory, experiment, and application with research leveraging biology appearing more on Jul 22 (first day) while Jul 24 (last day) is oriented more towards talks focusing on decision theory.

Format: About ten 30-minute talks each day, no parallel sessions.

Organizers: Chew Soo Hong and Richard Ebstein

Sponsors: Office of Research and Technology, School of Economics, and the China Center for Behavioral Economics and Finance at the Southwestern University of Finance and Economics

Registration: There is no registration fee. Participants are requested to register for F&B during the conference.



Should you be interested in being considered for presentation of your work, please send your paper to bbcc.china2019@gmail.com by May 31 for the first round of paper acceptance and by June 10 for the second and final round (acceptances are expected within 10 days of each deadline). We can provide transportation and accommodation support for presenters of selected papers.