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2012-07-26 | News

Experimental Economics conference in Antigua Guatemala

CALL FOR PAPERS: Centro Vernon Smith announces a three-day international conference to be held in Antigua Guatemala, October 25th-27th, 2012.

The Centro Vernon Smith de Economía Experimental is pleased to announce a three-day international conference to be held in Antigua Guatemala, October 25th-27th, 2012.

Researchers from all over the world using lab or field experiments in economics or other social sciences are invited to submit an electronic abstract, especially submissions from experimentalists from, or doing research in, Latin America.

The objective of the conference is to help strengthen the ties of the experimental economics community within Latin America, and between Latin America and the rest of the world.

Keynote speakers are Vernon L. Smith (Nobel Prize Winner 2002, Chapman University), Pablo Brañas (Granada Lab of Behavioral Economics, University of Granada, Spain) and Dan Houser (Director, ICES, Chair, Department of Economics).

Important Dates
- Submission – The deadline for submission is August 1st.
- Notification of Acceptance – The notification of acceptance is expected by August 15th.
- Registration – Early Registration Cut-off – September 1st.
- Late Registration Cut-off – September 15th.

In addition the Antigua Experimental Economics Workshop will take place between October 23-25th aimed at graduate students or researchers interested in learning more about using experimental methods for research.

For more information follow the link:
http://fce.ufm.edu/uploads/cvs/antigua2012/CallforPapersAntiguaConference2012.pdf