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Strategic thinking in a psychology lab, Swedish lottery, and our closest kin

This year CeDEx celebrates its 20th anniversary and what a great way to start the academic year with the School of Economics hosting a public lecture by behavioural scientist, Professor Colin Camerer.

Colin will present "Strategic thinking in a psychology lab, Swedish lottery, and our closest kin" on Tuesday 1 October 5pm to 6pm at University Park Campus, Nottingham.

Professor Colin Camerer is the Robert Kirby Professor of Behavioral Finance and Economics at the California Institute of Technology where he teaches cognitive psychology and economics. He earned a BA degree in quantitative studies from Johns Hopkins in 1977, and an MBA in finance (1979) and a PhD in decision theory (1981, at age 22) from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. Before going to Caltech in 1994, Colin worked at the Kellogg, Wharton, and University of Chicago business schools. He studies both behavioral and experimental economics.  You can read more about Colin on the Caltech website and and view details of recent publications on his research website.

For up to date information about our public lecture, please check the event listing on the School of Economics website.

Posted on Friday 20th September 2019

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