SABE Session at the 2023 ASSA/AEA Meeting in New Orleans (Louisiana)

Mark Pingle (University of Nevada-Reno) and his allies put up for the ASSA 2023 meeting in New Orleans (Louisiana) an impressive paper session on selected topics in Behavioral Economics: Competitiveness, Early Childhood Development, Communicating Externalities, Empathy and Trust.

This SABE session takes place Friday 06.01.2023 (2:30pm-4:30pm CST) at the New Orleans Marriott, Balcony I.

Hopefully many of you who participate at the ASSA/AEA meeting will join the session.

View the program of the session

Call for Papers: SABE-IAREP Conference 2023, June 7-10, 2023, in Nice at Université Côte d’Azur

The joint SABE-IAREP Conference 2023 will take place June 7-10, 2023, in Nice at Université Côte d’Azur. The conference is an interdisciplinary meeting point of scholars who are interested in the intersection of economics and psychology, in addition to sociology, anthropology, neuroscience, and biology.

An extended abstract (max 1000 words) or full paper can be submitted before February 10, 2023. The format of the conference will be thematic sessions in addition to general meetings, keynote speakers and a poster session.

There will be an early career researcher workshop June 7, 2023, for PhD students and participants just starting their academic career.

For more information please have a look at the call for papers and the conference website: https://iarepsabe2023.sciencesconf.org

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Call for Papers: SABE sessions at the 2023 WEAI meeting in Melbourne, Australia

Western Economics Association meetings, 17th International Conference

April 12th-15th, 2023

Behavioural Economics in Melbourne, Australia

Hosted by the University of Melbourne
Virtual sessions on April 11th via Zoom (possible contingent on the number of submissions).

If you are interested in submitting a paper on the broad subject area of behavioural economics (all types and varieties as well as, relatedly, experimental economics, are welcome)

Guidelines

Please email:

  • Morris Altman (University of Dundee, UK): maltman001@dundee.ac.uk
    and
  • Hannah Altman (Queensland University of Technology, Australia): Hannahaltman62@yahoo.co.nz

The subject line of your email should contain: WEAI Melbourne SABE

We hope to organize several sessions in this conference, which is expected to attract 400 plus economists.

Information needed for abstract review committee:

  • Paper presenter’s name, professional affiliation, title, and e-mail address; same information for coauthors.
  • Paper title and paper topic area (three appropriate codes from the JEL Classification System).
  • Abstract of 350 words or less including a statement of the research or policy question and the contribution made by the paper; as well as method(s), model(s) and, if applicable, relevant data including time frame and geographical scope.

Deadline for Submission:

December 15, 2022

Decision Date:

January 15, 2023

 

Keynote Addresses for the WEAI conference

  • David Card
    University of California, Berkeley Recipient of the 2021 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.
    Title to be announced 
  • Cecilia Rouse
    Princeton University Current Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers.
    Title to be announced 
  • Richard Blundell
    Institute for Fiscal Studies and University College London Recipient of the 1995 Yrjö Jahnsson Award, and the 2016 Nemmers Prize in Economics.
    “Household Behaviour and the Dynamics of Inequality” 
  • A. Abigail Payne
    University of Melbourne, and Director of the Melbourne Institute.
April 14th Participants Dinner Address to be announced.

WEAI Conference Web address (everything you need know):

Go to WEAI Conference Website

This call for papers can also be downloaded as PDF:

Download Call for Paper as PDF

Board Elections 2022 – Call for Nominations open until December 1, 2022

Dear SABE members,

We are pleased to announce the call for nominees to serve on the SABE Advisory Board (henceforth the Board) for the 2022-2026 term.

SABE is a member-driven organization that relies on participation of its members to fulfill the organization’s mission. Together with the Executive Committee, the Board is responsible for guiding and directing the affairs of the Society. By serving as a Board member, you provide valuable help in advising, discussing, and approving major organizational decisions. The discussions and the approval (if needed) takes place via email. In addition, the Board members are expected to attend the Board meeting and the General Assembly during the SABE annual conference.

Board Membership and Terms:

  • 9 positions for Board membership open for the term 2022-2026.
  • Board members’ term of service is four years, commencing on Dec 20, 2022.
  • Board members are expected to be active SABE members by the time of election and committed to SABE’s mission, vision and values (which are documented in the SABE Bylaws).
  • Board members are expected to remain current (paying) members of SABE during the entire duration of their 4-year service.

Nomination Process:

As a SABE member, you are encouraged to submit a nomination for a colleague or for yourself.

  • Please send to nominations@sabeconomics.org:
    • an updated copy of your/the nominee’s curriculum vitae (CV),
    • a short biography,
    • a short paragraph of motivation of your/the nominee’s vision to serve SABE and
    • a photo
  • Self-nominations are encouraged.
  • The Nomination Process closes on December 1, 2022 (UTC-8, Pacific Standard Time, 23:59h).

Review Process:

Nominated candidates will be announced on SABE website, and copies of the nominee’s biographies, vision statement and photo posted online. With your nomination you are giving your consent that these materials can be uploaded on SABE website for the voting process only. As soon as the election is over, all materials will be permanently removed from SABE website.

Voting Process:

SABE Members are encouraged to cast their vote for the nominated Board candidates and the President-Elect Giuseppe Attanasi from December 3 through December 17, 2022 (UTC-8, Pacific Standard Time, 23:59h) on SABE. A separate email with detailed instructions will be sent through SABE’s communication channels in due course. SABE Members who paid the regular membership fee in this or the former year, or participated at the IAREP/SABE online conference (2021) and/or the SABE conference at Lake Tahoe (2022) are eligible to vote. The new Board will be formally announced via email no later than December 20, 2022.

The Board plays a key role in the governance of the Society, so thank you for considering a self- nomination or a nomination for a colleague. If you have any queries regarding the Board Membership and/or the nomination process please contact nominations@sabeconomics.org

Call for Proposals to Organize a SABE Session at the ASSA 2024 in San Antonio and/or at the SEA 2023 in New Orleans

Dear colleagues,

The Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics (SABE) is inviting proposals to organize the SABE session at the Allied Social Sciences Associations (ASSA) meeting in 2024 and/or the Southern Economic Association (SEA) meeting in 2023.

The ASSA is a three-day meeting organized by the American Economic Association (AEA) in conjunction with 58 associations from related disciplines. In 2024 the meeting will take place in San Antonio, TX (January 5-7, Marriott). (previous SABE sessions at the ASSA can be found here: 2021, 2022). As you know, ASSA meetings are very prestigious, but in case your proposal is selected, there will be no further preselection, so that all speakers of your session will automatically qualify as ASSA presenters.

The 93rd Annual Meeting of the SEA will be held in New Orleans, LA, at the New Orleans Marriott, November 18-20, 2023. The Southern Economic Association is one of the oldest economics associations in the United States, dating back to a conference held in Atlanta in November 1928.

If you are interested in organizing the SABE Session with the focus on Behavioral Economics at the ASSA and/or the SEA meeting, please fill out the attached Session Proposal Application ASSA SEA 2023-2024, indicating its topic, names of potential speakers and titles of their talks. Please send this form, along with a PDF version of your CV to assa@sabeconomics.org by April 1st, 2023.

Please note that priority for organizing the ASSA session of SABE will be given to applicants who have not done so in the past 3 years.

In addition, while a tentative proposal is generally acceptable, a detailed, confirmed, and well thought-out proposal is appreciated, and will be preferred over a more tentative proposal, all things equal.

Applicants will be notified of the outcome no later than May 1, 2023. Please be aware that there will be only one SABE session at ASSA, but there could be multiple sessions of SABE at SEA, so the chance of acceptance of the proposals for the SABE sessions at SEA is higher.

Please forward this email to scholars who might be interested in this call for proposals.

Looking forward to your application

Alexis Belianin
SABE President

Save the Date: SABE-IAREP conference 2023

Dates: June 7-10, 2023

Location: Campus Saint Jean d’Angély, University Conference Centre, Nice
(France)

Conference chairs:

  • Giuseppe Attanasi (Sapienza University of Rome),
  • Michela Chessa (Université Côte d’Azur),
  • Agnès Festré (Université Côte d’Azur)

The call for papers will be announced soon.

Call for chapters – Wellbeing and Policy

Wellbeing and Policy: Evidence for Action” to be published by Routledge.

While wellbeing is high on the political agenda in many countries, the outcome of several initiatives remain undocumented or, at best, documented in grey literature in various languages. The purpose of this edited volume is to survey and document the empirical evidence and evaluation of wellbeing initiatives, interventions and to highlight actionable points.

This will be a peer-reviewed, open-access, comprehensive resource for academics and policymakers. For more details please take a look at the call and the contributor’s guidelines. If you are interested in contributing a chapter, please send a message to Natalia Czap (nczap@umich.edu).

We would be grateful if you could share this call within your circles.

We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Book co-editors: