1st SOCRATES workshop


1st SOCRATES workshop on:
The Economics of Limited Cognitive Resources: Heuristics, Information Processing, and Strategic Behavior, 11th and 12th June, Rome, Sapienza University – Department of Economics and Law


final program:

Thursday 11th June

9:30: Welcome words

9:45-10:30:  Andrew Ellis (London School of Economics)
Complexity, Correlation, and Choice

10:30-11:15: Paola Manzini (University of St. Andrews)
Modelling Imperfect Attention

11:15-11:30:  Coffee break

11:30-12:15:  Sabine Hügelschäfer (University of Cologne)
Bayesian Updating and the Neuroeconomics of the EEG

12:15-13:00: Alexander Vostroknutov (Trento University)
Observational learning and its influence on the learning rate

13:00: Lunch

14:45-15:30: Carlos Alos-Ferrer (University of Cologne)
Think, but Not Too Much: Willpower and Personal Evolution

15:30-16:15: Leonardo Boncinelli (University of Florence)
The Dualization of Attention

16:15-16:30: Coffee break

16:30-18:00:  Daniel Martin (Paris School of Economics)
Consumer Theory with Inattention to Prices

17:15-18:00: Marco Mariotti (Queen Mary University)
Stochastic Complementarity

20:00: Social dinner

Friday 12th June

9:45-10:30:  Larbi Alaoui (Pompeu Fabra University)
Cost-Benefit Analysis in Reasoning

10:30-11:15: David Ettinger (Paris Dauphine University)
An Experiment on Deception, Credibility and Trust

11:15-11:30   Coffee break

11:30-12:15:  Friederike Mengel (Essex University)
Experiments on Belief Formation in Networks

12:15-13:00: Joshua Miller (Bocconi University)
A Cold Shower for the Hot Hand Fallacy

13:00: Lunch