Seminars

Please note these specific seminars on behavioral economics. For a more comprehensive list of events, please see the calendar tab. 

HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL NEGOTIATION, ORGANIZATIONS AND MARKETS (NOM) SEMINAR:

The NOM Unit seeks to understand and improve the design and management of systems in which people make decisions: that is, design and management of negotiations, organizations, and markets. In addition, members of the group share an abiding interest in the micro foundations of these phenomena.

Wednesdays 3:00-4:30pm
Baker Library
Bloomberg Center 102
Open to public
To be added to the NOM distribution list, please email Kathy Randel.


ECONOMICS 3011 THE BEHAVIORAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS WORKSHOP:

For students with an interest in economic theory. Faculty presentations by Harvard economists and invited guests.

Tuesdays 2:30-4:00pm
Littauer Center (1805 Cambridge St.) M-16
Open to public
To be added to the Ec3011 distribution list, please email Emily DePuy

ECONOMICS 2001 RESEARCH IN BEHAVIOR IN GAMES AND MARKETS:

Presents current research in Theory, Behavioral Economics, and Experimental Economics.

Wednesdays 11:30am-1:00pm
Littauer Center (1805 Cambridge St.) M-15
Open to public
To be added to the Ec2001 distribution list, please email Lauren LaRosa.