What is globalization? A North American Experimental Economics Meeting held in Central America organized by a South American Lab.

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Conference Program

Last update: October 9th, 2018

Program Overview

You can click on “Parallel Sessions” to get detailed information of sessions and speakers.

You can also check the complete program here.

You can download the program here (without abstracts) or here (with abstracts) .

As you may note, parallel sessions with three presentations will run for 60 minutes and parallel sessions with four presentations will run for 80 minutes.

Each presenter will have 20 minutes, including questions.

Thursday, October 18th

Time Event
8:45am-6:00pm Pre-Conference Workshop: Choice Process Data (program)
5:30pm Welcome Reception - Hotel Casa Santo Domingo

Friday, October 19th

Time Event
7:45am Registration
8:30am Opening remarks
8:40am Opening Keynote: Juan Camilo Cárdenas (Universidad de los Andes) 20 years of bringing the lab to the field: Rethinking the pedagogy and application of Economics
10:00am Parallel Sesions A
11:00am Coffee break
11:20am Parallel Sesions B
12:40pm Lunch Break
2:10pm Parallel Sesions C
3:10pm Coffee Break
3:30pm Parallel Sesions D
4:30pm End of Academic Activities - Day 1

Saturday, October 20th

Time Event
9:00am Parallel Sesions E
10:20am Coffee Break
10:40am Parallel Sesions F
12:00pm Lunch Break
1:30pm Parallel Sesions G
2:30pm Coffee Break
2:50pm Closing Keynote: Marie Claire Villeval (CNRS, GATE, University of Lyon) Dishonesty, markets and institutional spillovers
4:00pm End of Academic Activities - Day 2
6:30pm Conference Dinner - Casa Popenoe

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