University of Amsterdam - Tinbergen Institute Summer Course in Experimental Economics, 6 - 10 July 2015, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
CRASH COURSE IN EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS:
Are you interested in behavioral economics, industrial organization, or individual decision-making? Tinbergen Institute and the University of Amsterdam (UvA) offer a summer course in experimental economics. This introductory course provides an in-depth analysis of some recent developments, including the rapid growth of behavioral economics and the increased use of field experiments.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND FEE:
The course will be held in Amsterdam form July 6 - 10, 2015. Lecturers are Professors Arthur Schram and Jeroen van de Ven (both University of Amsterdam). The fee to participate in the course is Euro 950. The University of Amsterdam has scholarships available for summer school participants. The Euro 950 course fee includes: materials (book and slides), daily lunches, social event including a dinner and a farewell party including drinks. Accommodation costs are not covered by this fee. The UvA-TI summer school will arrange housing options.
REGISTRATION AND CONTACT INFORMATION: Audience: we welcome Master's and PhD students, alumni, or professionals in economics and related fields to join this course. Entry level is Master's.
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ABOUT TINBERGEN INSTITUTE: Tinbergen Institute (TI) is one of Europe's top graduate schools and research institutes in economics and finance. The institute uniquely combines the best of three leading Dutch universities, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), University of Amsterdam (UvA) and VU University Amsterdam (VU).
Tinbergen Institute offers a research master program (MPhil plus PhD) in economics, econometrics and finance. All tracks consist of two years of intensive graduate coursework which are usually followed by three years of PhD thesis research. Tinbergen Institute runs its own scholarship program for master students. PhD positions are fully paid positions with a good salary. Currently, about 200 students are enrolled in our graduate program. Roughly 75% of all students come from abroad; students have come from Europe, Asia, North-America South-America and Africa.
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