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8th Summer School - the Behavioural Science of Diversity & Inclusion

Monday 27 June - Wednesday 29 June 2022

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The summer school will bring together leading academics, researchers, and organisational leaders specialising in evidence-based approaches to advancing diversity, inclusivity, and belonging in workplaces, business organisations, and learning environments. This year's event will be run online and details of how to apply are outlined below.

Participants will learn about and engage in topics and issues relating to gender, race, ethnicity, disability etc. by looking at the extent of such inequalities in markets, organisations, and society in general; identifying the underlying sources and drivers of these disparities; as well as assessing the effectiveness of potential solutions and policy interventions.
Topics covered at the summer school will include (but will not be limited to):
  1. Competition and workplace diversity
  2. Hiring decisions and diversity in organisations
  3. The extent and nature of discrimination in the workplace and society
  4. Diversity in work groups and teams
  5. Differences in economic and social preferences across demographic groups
  6. Effective policies and approaches to increasing diversity in organisations and other environments.
The Summer School is targeted at postgraduate and PhD students from the fields of economics, psychology, behavioural science, philosophy, organisational behaviour, management science, human resource management and social policy, as well as the general audience from the public and private sectors who are interested in learning new theories and evidence in the science of diversity and inclusion. The school will also be a platform for conversation among the lecturers and other participants with ample opportunities for discussions.

For further information regarding the Summer School please contact us via email:

Organisers: Redzo MujcicLink opens in a new window and Zvi SafraLink opens in a new window (Warwick Business School)
Coordinator: Jin KangLink opens in a new window, Administrator for the Behaviour Brain & Society GRPLink opens in a new window

Note: this event will now run over three days rather than the originally planned four days. The speakers and content remain unchanged.

2022 Keynote Speakers and Faculty will include:

John List Department of Economics, University of Chicago, USA

Ishani Aggarwal EBAPE - Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration, Brazil

Ghazala Azmat Department of Economics, Sciences Po, France

Loukas Balafoutas, Department of Public Finance, University of Innsbruck

Patrick Button Department of Economics, Tulane University, USA

Dawn Eubanks Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK

Lucy Eyre Principal Economist, Office of Communications (Ofcom), UK

Lata Gangadharan Department of Economics, Monash University, Australia

Suqin Ge Department of Economics, Virginia Tech, USA

Andreas Leibbrandt Department of Economics, Monash University, Australia

Jeraul Mackey Harvard University, USA, and Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, Canada

Redzo Mujcic Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK

Tigran Melkonyan Culverhouse College of Business, University of Alabama, USA

Michael Price Culverhouse College of Business, University of Alabama, USA

Michael Vlassopoulos Department of Economics, University of Southampton, UK

Asaf Zussman Department of Economics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

2022 Summer School Applications

To apply for the summer school, please send a CV and a short letter describing your research interests and reasons for wishing to attend the summer school to

The fee for this event will be £40.00
  • We will send all successful applicants links to register and book their place

  • A simple receipt will be generated at the time of payment

  • After the event all participants will receive a certificate of attendance and a detailed receipt

  • Please note we are unable to issue invoices for these fees.

Summer School places will be limited to a maximum of 40 - all participants will receive a free copy of John List's Book: The Voltage Effect.