CEAR Workshops

Sports Betting Workshop 2018

Posted On February 8, 2018

General Information

Betting on sports is an enormously popular activity, which earns significant revenues, enhances many fans’ sense of emotional involvement with sports, and, on the downside, causes substantial welfare loss to people who gamble recklessly or addictively. For the economist interested in people’s preferences over risk, and the interaction of these preferences with their… more »

5th Annual CEAR – Huebner Summer Risk Institute

Posted On December 4, 2017

Overview

The CEAR/Huebner Summer Risk Institute aims to expose Ph.D. students and faculty interested in risk and uncertainty to relevant cutting-edge models, tools, and theory. The targeted audience includes faculty and Ph.D. students interested in the economics of risk but who are located at colleges and universities that do not have access to specialized Ph.D.… more »

Measuring Subjective Risk Perception

Posted On December 4, 2017

Overview

This workshop brings together experts in the area of subjective risk perception, with a special emphasis on methods for eliciting subjective beliefs. Topics to be covered include methods for eliciting beliefs in an incentive-compatible manner, the confidence that individuals have in their beliefs, their awareness of possible bias or unjustified levels of confidence, and… more »

Financial Regulation: Fit for the Future?

Posted On November 22, 2017

General Information

The Center for Financial Innovation and Stability (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta) and the Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (Georgia State University) are organizing the conference “The Impact of Extraordinary Monetary Policy on the Financial,” to be held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta on the 2nd and 3rd of… more »