16th-18th April, 2019, in Kreuzlingen (CH)
Keynote speakers: Yan Chen, Ernst Fehr, and Ian Krajbich
Non-selfish behavior has been documented in many experiments. However, our understanding of many facets of pro- as well as anti-social behavior is still incomplete. We invite exciting new contributions on social behavior from fields like economics, psychology, political sciences, anthropology or biology. Submissions will address, for example, the heterogeneity in moral motives, preferences for equity, social norms, psychological processes underlying social behavior, or the evolution of social preferences. We look forward to your submissions.
Submission of extended abstract (max. 2000 characters, or roughly 300 words) in .txt format on www.theem.ch: 31st January, 2019
Notification of acceptance: 15th February, 2019
Conference fee: EUR 200 (includes coffee breaks & conference dinner)
Please forward this call for papers to other researchers who might have an interest in the topic. You find more information on www.theem.ch. For any further question please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.