In 2017 Richard Thaler received the Nobel Prize for research in behavioral economics. Since 2009, the HSE Laboratory for Experimental and Behavioral Economics has been researching this field of economics. Alexey Belianin, Head of the Laboratory and Deputy Director of the International College of Economics and Finance, and lab staff members told HSE News Service why standard economic models do not work and how to make a person behave in a particular way.
Patrick Sawyer to speak on 'Populism and Protest Intensity: A Cross-National Analysis'
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3rd International Online Seminar on Computational Educational Sciences: 'Uplift Modeling for Preventing Student Dropout in Higher Education'
International Seminar on 'Global Longevity: Advances and Challenges'
Deadline for submitting abstract: 15th June, 2020