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DATES

Conference: January 9th to 11th, 2020
Workshop: January 7th to 9th, 2020.
 

LOCATION

Calle 12C No. 6-25
Bogotá D.C. Colombia

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Urs Fischbacher (University of Konstanz)
Lise Vesterlund (University of Pittsburg)
Paul Glimcher (NYU)


About


The Rosario Experimental and Behavioral Economics Lab (REBEL) and the Economics Department at Universidad del Rosario, with the support of IFREE, will host a new edition of the Bogotá Experimental Economics Conference from January 9th to January 11th, 2020. We aim to strengthen the ties within the Latin American experimental economics community and the rest of the world.
 
Prior to the conference, we will host the Bogotá Experimental Economics Workshop (January 7th to 9th, 2020) for graduate students and young scholars interested in experimental methods in the social sciences.”

Universidad del Rosario in Bogotá, is looking forward to welcoming you at the beginning of 2020. 

 


Conference

Plenary speakers


Urs Fischbacher

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Lise Vesterlund

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Paul Glimcher

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Workshop

We will host the Bogotá Experimental Economics Workshop from January 7th to the 9th (prior to the Conference) at Universidad del Rosario. The aim of the Workshop is to expand research tools by providing theoretical background and hands-on training on areas related to experimental economics research. This year we will hold two simultaneous tracks: the track “Toolbox for the Experimental Economist”, recommended for those applicants with a basic knowledge of experimental economics; and the track “Biological Tools in Experimental Economics”, recommended for those applicants with special interest in exploring the underlying biological processes of economic decision making using experiments. In addition, there will be also common single-track sessions, with a more “hands-on” approach.

The track “Toolbox for the Experimental Economist” includes sessions on pro-sociality, social norms, gender, motivated and self-serving beliefs, multilateral bargaining, etc. The track “Biological Tools in Experimental Economics” includes sessions on introductory neuroeconomics, interpretation of choice- process data, Bayesian cognition, facial cues, and experiments in the light of evolutionary game theory. Workshop faculty include Diego Aycinena, Mariana Blanco, Cesar Mantilla, Santiago Sautua, Silvia Lopez and Stanislao Maldonado (U Rosario), Santiago Alonso (U Javeriana), Zack Grossman (FSU), Kristian López (UCSC), Andrzej Baranski (NYU-AD), Maria Recalde (U Melbourne), Urs Fischbacher (U Konstanz & TWI) and Lise Vesterlund (U of Pittsburgh).

We invite graduate students (PhD and Master’s level) and junior faculty to apply for the workshop. The fee for attending the 2.5-day Workshop is 150 USD. This fee includes their participation in the Conference (conference dinners not included) and the opportunity to present during the poster session at the conference.
 


 

How to apply:
 

Please follow this link for instructions on how to apply.

 


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Practical Information

Universidad del Rosario, located in Bogotá’s historical city center. Bogotá, the capital of Colombia, is a modern city with historical roots that date back to the 16th century. It stands at 2,600 meters above sea level, and offers a temperate climate all year around. Its wonderful combination of colonial roots and modern cosmopolitan trends highlights Bogotá’s rich in cultural offerings, with dozens of museums, fine dining and lively nightlife.
You can also find additional information about tourism in Bogotá here and here.
 





Important Dates


Submission deadline: October 1st
Please follow this link for submissions.
Notification of acceptance: October 15th
We will inform you of the decision via e-mail.
Early registration deadline: November 22th
Faculty: 215 USD
Graduate students: 110 USD
Late registration: November 30th
Faculty: 295 USD
Graduate students: 185 USD


Location


Sede Claustro, Universidad del Rosario


In Bogotá’s historical city center

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Organizers


The BEEC is organized by the Rosario Experimental and Behavioral Economics Lab (REBEL) at Universidad del Rosario and affiliates. It includes Diego Aycinena, Mariana Blanco, Silvia López Guzmán, César Mantilla and Santiago Sautúa.

TransMilenio


Esta opción de transporte es la más popular entre los usuarios, pues posee sus propios carriles, lo que reduce el tiempo de viaje dentro de la ciudad. Para llegar al centro de la ciudad debes tomar los buses que van hacia las estaciones de la zona J (Universidades, Las Aguas, Museo del Oro), desde cualquiera de estas estaciones hacia la Universidad del Rosario es una breve caminata.

Sistema Integrado de Transporte SITP


La opción de buses del SITP requieren al igual que el TransMilenio de una tarjeta de la cual se descuentan 1.700 pesos por cada viaje. Para llegar hasta el centro tienen diferentes rutas según el lugar de la ciudad donde se esté consulta las rutas.

Taxi


En las distintas calles de la ciudad puede tomar un taxi, el cual tiene una tarifa de entre 4.000 y 20.000 pesos según la distancia, día y hora en que utilice el servicio. Recuerde que estamos ubicados en Calle 12C No. 6-25 - Bogotá D.C. Colombia.


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