Seminars

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

THE BEHAVIORAL INSIGHTS GROUP AT THE CENTER FOR PUBLIC LEADERSHIP:

The Behavioral Insights Group (BIG) brings together Harvard's outstanding group of decision research scholars, behavioral economists, and other behavioral scientists to focus their energies on improving how decisions are made, both by leaders, and by individuals. Affiliated faculty present current research and innovative potential projects.

Spring 2015 Dates:

Darman Room, Center for Public Leadership at HKS
Monday, February 9th, 3:30-5:00 PM: Hunter Gehlbach (Associate Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education)
Tuesday, March 10th, 12:00-1:30 PM: Julia Minson (Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School)
Monday, April 27th, 12-1:30 PM: Michael Callen (Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School)
Open to faculty and students with an interest in behavioral science
To be added to the BIG distribution list, please email Abigail Dalton.

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 Elizabeth Sweeny.



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.