About SABE 2022

After two summers of meeting remotely, SABE 2022 is an opportunity for "Sharing Behavioral Economics in Person."  Yan Chen, Cristina Bicchieri, and Gary Charness will provide three fine plenary talks, and they will share a diverse set of ideas.  You can share your ideas during one of the general conference sessions, attend sessions to receive the ideas of others, and usefully network between sessions.  

A pre-conference workshop, on August 8, accompanies the conference, available for less experienced researchers (i.e., all but associate and full professors). 

Conference presentation slots and pre-conference slots are limited.  They will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, so you should request a slot sooner rather than later.  Click on the Call for Papers button here on this website to learn how to request an available slot.

Conference Organizers

Mark Pingle
Professor of Economics
University of Nevada, Reno, USA
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Federico Guerrero
Professor of Economics
University of Nevada, Reno, USA
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