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EconomicsPart of Economic, Social and Political Science

Fourth Southampton Winter Workshop in Economic Theory

Published: 2 February 2016


Supported by the University along with the Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences and organized by the Department of Economics for a fourth year in a row, this Workshop provides an interdisciplinary environment consisting of Economics, Psychology, Political and Computer Science researchers, from Europe and the US.

The Workshop will take place on March 1 and 2 at the main campus. The topics that will be discussed include rational inattention, incomplete information games with ambiguity averse preferences, committee voting, lobying and policy extremism, properties of good leadership, cue-triggered recidivism and boundedly rational expected utility. You can find the full programme and details here.


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