Rebuilding Macroeconomics will hold a two-day conference on entitled “Bringing psychology and social sciences into macroeconomics”.
We are creating a ground-breaking meeting where state-of-the-art thinking in reasoning, emotion, decision-making, human motivation, behaviour, interaction and organisation address real-world macroeconomics.
We will bring together leading psychologists and social scientists with macroeconomists to examine how to improve macroeconomic models and how they can be tested through real-world observation.
Attendance at the conference is free, but prior registration is essential; please contact Richard Arnold at email@example.com to register for a place.
31 January 2018