4 – 5 November 2016
The 8th edition of the International Conference on Economics and Administration (ICEA 2016), organized by the Faculty of Business and Administration within the University of Bucharest in November, aims at bringing together research focused on poverty and income inequality, with a particular focus on how they act as lens that filter the economic rationality.
The first day of the conference is devoted to a Behavioral Economics perspective, in an attept to understand the mechanisms that trigger human economic decisions under poverty and/or income inequality. The 4th edition of the Workshop in Applied Behavioral Economics will host the presentations in the day 1.
The second day will take a strictly quantitative perspective: quantitative studies are welcome to explore statistical data related to poverty and income inequality. The 1st Workshop on Applied R for the Social Sciences will host the presentations in the day 2.
Should you need any further assistance, do not hesitate to contact the conference manager, Professor Dr. Elena Druica, at firstname.lastname@example.org