A 5-Day workshop at the University of Cape Town on the Field Experiments, Risk, and Uncertainty in Development over 3 February to 7 February 2014
Taught by Professors Glenn Harrison (Georgia State University), Elisabet Rutstrom (Georgia State University), and Morten Lau (Copenhagen Business School)
Call For Participants – Deadline is 15 September… more »
CALL FOR PAPERS – Submission Deadline – 14 Jan. 2014
CEAR again will co-sponsor the Annual Meeting on the Economics of Risky Behaviors. This year’s event will be held at at Universidad EAFIT in Medellin, Colombia. Please visit the meetings website for more information and the online application form – http://www.iza.org/conference_files/riskonomics2014/call_for_papers
The 9th International Microinsurance Conference was hosted by the Munich Re Foundation and the Microinsurance Network, with the support of the Indonesian Financial Services Authority (OJK), the Indonesian Insurance Council (DAI), Deutsche Gesellschaft für International Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Development and Cooperation (BMZ), the Georgia State University’s Center… more »
The mission of the conference is to provide a professional forum to discuss recent advances in risk management. IRMC2013 aims to present the latest research from the major schools of thought in finance, economics, and strategic management. The conference will be held at the Copenhagen Business School over June 24-25 2013.
CEAR’s Director, Glenn Harrison,… more »
The 5th Annual Meeting on the Economics of Risky Behaviors will be held at the Center for Global Dialogue in Zurich, Switzerland. Support from IZA, the Swiss Re, the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at GSU, the Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk at GSU, and the Usery Workplace Research Group at GSU.
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A 6-Day workshop at the University of Cape Town on the Behavioural Econometrics of Risk, Uncertainty and Time Preference
Taught by Professors Glenn Harrison (Georgia State University), Elisabet Rutstrom (Georgia State University), and Morten Lau (Durham University)
Among the most important variables affecting outcomes in microeconomic development initiatives among vulnerable groups are… more »