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EF Summer School 2017, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis

The goal of this summer school is to support PhD-students and PostDocs in their first steps in this field. The Experimental Finance Summer School is run the days before the Experimental Finance 2017 conference, at the same venue. This Summer School aims particularly for people from the following target groups:
  • (Young) scholars from finance (and economics) departments who do not benefit from a research group at their University, but are interested in pursuing research in Experimental Finance.
  • Scholars from finance and economics departments who are embedded in an experimental group but want to improve their experimental skills (e.g., software) and get an overview over the main fields in a systematic way. 

Content and program
June 11, 2017 (Sunday)
 19.00 Welcome reception 

June 12, 2017 (Monday)
09.00-13.00 Seminal Topics in Experimental Finance; Peter Bossaerts (University of Melbourne) and Sean Crockett (Baruch College)
14.30-17.00 Experimental Tools I - ztree; Stefan Palan (University of Graz and University of Innsbruck)
17.30-19.00 Experimental Designs and Methods: Elena Asparouhova (University of Utah)

June 13, 2017 (Tuesday)
09.00-10.00 Tutorial on one Experimental Project from A to Z: Peter Bossaerts (University of Melbourne)
10.30-13.00 Experimental Tools II – Flex-e-markets; Elena Asparouhova (University of Utah) and Peter Bossaerts (University of Melbourne)
14.30-17.00  Experimental Tools III - otree; Felix Holzmeister (University of Innsbruck)
17.30-18.30 How to publish a paper in Experimental Finance: Peter Bossaerts (University of Melbourne) and Elena Asparouhova (University of Utah)
19.00 Summer school reception

Social networks
Summer school participants can interact in the closed Facebook group EFSS 2017.
Elena Asparouhova (University of Utah)
Peter Bossaerts (University of Melbourne)
Nobuyuki Hanaki (University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, GREDEG)
Michael Kirchler (University of Innsbruck and University of Gothenburg)
Stefan Palan (University of Graz and University of Innsbruck)