EF2019 Summer School, University of Copenhagen
The Department of Finance at Copenhagen Business School and the Society for Experimental Finance (SEF) would like to invite you to the Experimental Finance Summer School 2019 held at Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen (Denmark).
The goal of the summer school is to deepen students’ understanding and knowledge of the field of experimental finance. Students are also invited to attend the Experimental Finance Conference from June 13-15.
While all are welcome, the summer school targets the following groups:
Young scholars from finance and economics departments who belong to a non-experimental research group at their University, but are interested in pursuing research in Experimental Finance.
Young scholars from finance and economics departments that are embedded in an experimental group but want to improve their experimental skills and get a systematic overview of some of the main fields.
March 17, 2019: Registration deadline
March 31, 2019: Notification of acceptance
June 11-12, 2019: Summer school
Call for participation
Content and program
Morning, 9-12h: Sophie Moinas
The role of theory in experimental design
Afternoon, 14-17h: Kerstin Preuschoff
The impact of individual differences on investment behavior
Morning, 9-12h: Shachar Kariv
Recovering Preferences and Attitudes Toward Risk and Time
Afternoon, 14-17h: Anna Dreber
Which scientific results can we trust? Replication and other practices for improving the scientific quality of experimental results
The registration fee covers the participation at all lectures, one dinner, and meals and refreshments during breaks.
Payment can be made via our payment page.
Cancellation policy: We will refund 50% in case of cancellations up to two weeks prior to the summer school. In case of cancellations less than two weeks before the beginning of the summer school we will not be able to provide a refund.
Note that no formal credits (e.g., ECTS) can be awarded for the summer school.
Elena Asparouhova (University of Utah)
Peter Bossaerts (University of Melbourne)
Steffen Andersen (Copenhagen Business School)
Matthias Stefan (University of Innsbruck)