This year, the School of Economics of the University of Adelaide will host the 9th edition of ANZWEE which will take place in Adelaide from October 1st to 3rd 2014.
Plenary speakers are:
- Werner Güth, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, Germany
- Lise Vesterlund, University of Pittsburgh
All interested researchers in fields related to experimental and behavioural economics are invited to submit a paper. The workshop is open for registration, and participants’ travel and accommodation expenses will not be covered. There is no conference fee charged.
All sessions and talks will take place at the University of Adelaide, North Terrace Campus, Napier LG28 which is located in the heart of the city, a 25 minute cab ride from the Adelaide airport.
For directions view the North Tce Campus Map.
The workshop will start on Wednesday October 1st and will end on Friday October 3rd. There will be two plenary sessions and contributed sessions.
Click here to view the ANZWEE 2014 Programme.
Call for Papers and Deadlines
- Submission deadline:
SEPTEMBER 1st. Please submit a title for your presentation and an extended abstract or the paper that you would like to present to Hamish Gamble. We will only accept one submission per speaker.
Submitters will be informed about acceptance as soon as possible after the deadline.
The program will be available as soon as possible.
Conference fee and other payments
There is no conference fee. Through the generous support from the University of Adelaide, we are able to cover the conference venue and coffee breaks.
Travel and accommodation expenses have to be covered by participants.
We have negotiated a special rate of $160/night (add a Buffet Breakfast for an extra $20 per person) for ANZWEE participants at the Majestic Roof Garden Hotel, which is a 5-10 minute walk from the Workshop’s venue. Attendees will have to contact the hotel directly themselves and quote “ANZWEE”.
Organisation and Program Committee
Contact, directions, etc
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.