Programme

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Monday 3th October
Faculty of Economics, Place Hoche - Amphi Krier
 
12h-13h20: Registration and coffee
 
13h20-13h30: Welcome address
 
13h30-14h30: Miriam Teschl (EHESS/GREQAM)
Preferences, intra-personal conflict and changing behaviour
 
14h30-14h45: Coffee break
 
14h45 -15h25: Benjamin Ouvrard (University of Strasbourg and BETA)
Nudge and tax in an environmental public good experiment: does environmental sensitivity matter? (with K. Boun My)
 
15h30-16h10: Laurent Denant-Boemont (University of Rennes 1 and CREM)
Communication, Information Cascade and Sustainable Mobility: An Experimental Study (with Sabrina Hammiche and Alain Somat)
 
16h15-16h55: Olivier Masson (University of Paris VIII, École Pratique des Hautes Etudes)
A humanoid robot as a tool for "responsive" nudges (with Jean Baratgin and Frank Jamet)
 
16h55-17h30: Coffee break
 
17h30-18h30: Joseph Heath (University of Toronto)
A Defence of Stigmatization
 
 
Tuesday 4th October
Faculty of Philosophy, Campus Beaulieu - Building 32B, amphi 12
 
9h-10h: Mathias Pessiglione (Institut du Cerveau et de la Moëlle Epinière)
How to resist temptation: insights from the neuroscience of inter-temporal choice
 
10h-10h15: Coffee break
 
10h15-10h55: Malik Bozzo-Rey (Université Catholique de Lille)
Are Nudges a Temporal Void?
 
10h55-11h35: Agnes Moors (KU Leuven)
The power of goal-directed processes in the causation of emotional and other actions
 
11h35-12h00: Coffee break
 
12h00-13h00: Joel Anderson (Utrecht University)
Volitional Niche Construction
 
13h00-14h30: Lunch
 
14h30-15h30: Dale Dorsey (University of Kansas)
What kind of desires do we want?
 
15h30-15h40: Short break
 
15h40-16h20: Stéphane Lemaire (University of Rennes 1)
Values as Actual Valuations 
 
16h25-17h05: Lou Safra (École Normale Supérieure, Institut d’Études Cognitives, INSERM)
An evolutionary perspective on the irrationality of human preferences (with Hugo Mell, Nicolas Baumard and Coralie Chevallier)
 
17h05-17h30: Coffee break
 
17h30-18h30: Magali Bessone (University of Rennes 1)
Reducing implicit race biases: Whose responsibility? Which rationality?
 
 
Wednesday 4th October
Faculty of Economics, Place Hoche - Amphi Krier
 
9h-10h: Andrea Isoni (Warwick Business School)
Nudge Awareness: The Effect of Good and Bad Defaults (with Chengwei Liu, Chris Olivola and Daniel Read)
 
10h-10h10: Short break
 
10h10-10h50: Fay Niker (University of Warwick)
Pre-authorization and Conative Nudges (with Peter B. Reiner and Gidon Felsen)
 
10h55-11h35: Joao V. Ferreira (Aix-Marseille University)
Why Do People Value Decision Rights: A Cross-cultural Experimental Approach (with Nobuyuki Hanaki and Benoît Tarroux)
 
11h35-12h: Coffee break
 
12h-13h: Benjamin Scheibehenne (University of Geneva)
Effective Nudges Require Solid Evidence
 
13h-15h: Lunch