2nd SOCRATES workshop

2nd SOCRATES Workshop on:
Intuition, reasoning, and prosocial behavior
University of Pisa, Department of Economics and Management

19th and 20th of February, 2017, Polo Piagge – Pisa 

II° SOCRATES Workshop Flyer

Call for papers
We invite authors to submit their papers (long abstracts are also accepted) to the Workshop on “Intuition, Reasoning, and Prosocial Behavior” to be held at the University of Pisa, Department of Economics and Management on the 19th and 20th of February, 2017.
The workshop is the conclusive event of the Research Project on “The Economics of Intuition and Reasoning: a Study On the Change of Rational Attitudes under Two Elaboration Systems” – SOCRATES, financed by Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research in 2013.
The leading topic of the workshop will be the relationship between the modes of decision-making (intuition and reasoning) and the prosociality of economic behaviors (the feature of behaviors that are based on other-interested – as opposed to self-interested – motives). Theoretical as well as empirical/experimental works are welcome.
The workshop will host four keynote lectures and a limited number of selected presentations. Lunches, coffee-breaks, and a social dinner on Sunday eve will be offered to all the participants.

Confirmed invited speakers are:
Anja Achtziger
Professor of Motivation Psychology, Zeppelin University
Samuel Bowles
Director of the Behavioral Sciences Program, Santa Fe Institute
Carlos Alós-Ferrer
Professor of Microeconomics, University of Cologne
David Rand
Professor of Psychology, Yale University

Submissions should be sent to: info@socratesproject.it
The deadline for paper submissions is December 15, 2016.
A formal decision will be made by January 5, 2017.
The deadline for receiving the completed paper is February 1, 2017

The organizing and scientific committee:
Marianna Belloc, Economics – Sapienza University of Rome, Personal homepage
Ennio Bilancini,  Economics – University of Modena & Reggio Emilia, Personal homepage
Leonardo Boncinelli,  Economics – University of Florence, Personal homepage
Simone D’Alessandro,  Economics – University of Pisa, Personal homepage