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Thu 19 May, '22
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Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 23 May, '22
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PhD Professional Development Series 2021-22 (Alternate Mondays)
Online
These events focus on specific topics with speakers from WBS Faculty invited to share their experiences with PhDs. They are held on Mondays alternating with the Brown Bag sessions, between 1300 and 1400 UK time. There will be time for questions at the end, but if you have any questions beforehand, please send them to BehaviouralScience@wbs.ac.uk so that the speaker(s) can try to cover them in their presentation.
Mon 23 May, '22
-
Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 23 May, '22
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Brown Bag Series - Alternate Mondays
Online -MS Teams

Brown Bag Series

Our Behavioural Science Group hold regular lunch-time Brown Bag sessions. This is an opportunity for our postgraduate students to present their research providing useful opportunity for practicing both presentation and responding to questions in a supportive environment.

Time: Alternate Mondays, 13:00 - 14:00 UK time. Location for all sessions until further notice: Microsoft Teams.
Contact for more information.
Thu 26 May, '22
-
Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 30 May, '22
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Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 30 May, '22
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PhD Professional Development Series 2021-22 (Alternate Mondays)
Online
These events focus on specific topics with speakers from WBS Faculty invited to share their experiences with PhDs. They are held on Mondays alternating with the Brown Bag sessions, between 1300 and 1400 UK time. There will be time for questions at the end, but if you have any questions beforehand, please send them to BehaviouralScience@wbs.ac.uk so that the speaker(s) can try to cover them in their presentation.
Mon 30 May, '22
-
Brown Bag Series - Alternate Mondays
Online -MS Teams

Brown Bag Series

Our Behavioural Science Group hold regular lunch-time Brown Bag sessions. This is an opportunity for our postgraduate students to present their research providing useful opportunity for practicing both presentation and responding to questions in a supportive environment.

Time: Alternate Mondays, 13:00 - 14:00 UK time. Location for all sessions until further notice: Microsoft Teams.
Contact for more information.
Thu 2 Jun, '22
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Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 6 Jun, '22
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Brown Bag Series - Alternate Mondays
Online -MS Teams

Brown Bag Series

Our Behavioural Science Group hold regular lunch-time Brown Bag sessions. This is an opportunity for our postgraduate students to present their research providing useful opportunity for practicing both presentation and responding to questions in a supportive environment.

Time: Alternate Mondays, 13:00 - 14:00 UK time. Location for all sessions until further notice: Microsoft Teams.
Contact for more information.
Mon 6 Jun, '22
-
Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 6 Jun, '22
-
PhD Professional Development Series 2021-22 (Alternate Mondays)
Online
These events focus on specific topics with speakers from WBS Faculty invited to share their experiences with PhDs. They are held on Mondays alternating with the Brown Bag sessions, between 1300 and 1400 UK time. There will be time for questions at the end, but if you have any questions beforehand, please send them to BehaviouralScience@wbs.ac.uk so that the speaker(s) can try to cover them in their presentation.
Thu 9 Jun, '22
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Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 13 Jun, '22
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Brown Bag Series - Alternate Mondays
Online -MS Teams

Brown Bag Series

Our Behavioural Science Group hold regular lunch-time Brown Bag sessions. This is an opportunity for our postgraduate students to present their research providing useful opportunity for practicing both presentation and responding to questions in a supportive environment.

Time: Alternate Mondays, 13:00 - 14:00 UK time. Location for all sessions until further notice: Microsoft Teams.
Contact for more information.
Mon 13 Jun, '22
-
Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 13 Jun, '22
-
PhD Professional Development Series 2021-22 (Alternate Mondays)
Online
These events focus on specific topics with speakers from WBS Faculty invited to share their experiences with PhDs. They are held on Mondays alternating with the Brown Bag sessions, between 1300 and 1400 UK time. There will be time for questions at the end, but if you have any questions beforehand, please send them to BehaviouralScience@wbs.ac.uk so that the speaker(s) can try to cover them in their presentation.
Thu 16 Jun, '22
-
Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 20 Jun, '22
-
PhD Professional Development Series 2021-22 (Alternate Mondays)
Online
These events focus on specific topics with speakers from WBS Faculty invited to share their experiences with PhDs. They are held on Mondays alternating with the Brown Bag sessions, between 1300 and 1400 UK time. There will be time for questions at the end, but if you have any questions beforehand, please send them to BehaviouralScience@wbs.ac.uk so that the speaker(s) can try to cover them in their presentation.
Mon 20 Jun, '22
-
Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 20 Jun, '22
-
Brown Bag Series - Alternate Mondays
Online -MS Teams

Brown Bag Series

Our Behavioural Science Group hold regular lunch-time Brown Bag sessions. This is an opportunity for our postgraduate students to present their research providing useful opportunity for practicing both presentation and responding to questions in a supportive environment.

Time: Alternate Mondays, 13:00 - 14:00 UK time. Location for all sessions until further notice: Microsoft Teams.
Contact for more information.
Thu 23 Jun, '22
-
Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 27 Jun, '22 - Fri 1 Jul, '22
All-day
CAGE Summer School 2022 - New research in political economy
Warwick University

Runs from Monday, June 27 to Friday, July 01.

***Call now open***

Supported by the Economic and Social Science Research Council (ESRC)

University of Warwick and online (hybrid)

27 June – 1 July 2022 (Guests arrive 26 June and depart 2 July) 

Organisers: Mirko Draca and Noam Yuchtman
Mon 27 Jun, '22
-
PhD Professional Development Series 2021-22 (Alternate Mondays)
Online
These events focus on specific topics with speakers from WBS Faculty invited to share their experiences with PhDs. They are held on Mondays alternating with the Brown Bag sessions, between 1300 and 1400 UK time. There will be time for questions at the end, but if you have any questions beforehand, please send them to BehaviouralScience@wbs.ac.uk so that the speaker(s) can try to cover them in their presentation.
Mon 27 Jun, '22
-
Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 27 Jun, '22
-
Brown Bag Series - Alternate Mondays
Online -MS Teams

Brown Bag Series

Our Behavioural Science Group hold regular lunch-time Brown Bag sessions. This is an opportunity for our postgraduate students to present their research providing useful opportunity for practicing both presentation and responding to questions in a supportive environment.

Time: Alternate Mondays, 13:00 - 14:00 UK time. Location for all sessions until further notice: Microsoft Teams.
Contact for more information.
Mon 27 Jun, '22 - Thu 30 Jun, '22
8:33pm - 9:33pm
Warwick Business School - Summer School - Diversity and Inclusion

Runs from Monday, June 27 to Thursday, June 30.

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; and (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, 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.
Thu 30 Jun, '22
-
Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 4 Jul, '22
-
Brown Bag Series - Alternate Mondays
Online -MS Teams

Brown Bag Series

Our Behavioural Science Group hold regular lunch-time Brown Bag sessions. This is an opportunity for our postgraduate students to present their research providing useful opportunity for practicing both presentation and responding to questions in a supportive environment.

Time: Alternate Mondays, 13:00 - 14:00 UK time. Location for all sessions until further notice: Microsoft Teams.
Contact for more information.
Mon 4 Jul, '22
-
Weekly Behavioural Economics Reading Group

We are writing to you today to let you know of a new Behavioural Economics Reading Group that has begun in the economics department, and to invite you all to participate in our upcoming meetings! We are hoping to make this a truly interdisciplinary group, bringing together students in WBS, economics, and the psychology department to broaden our perspectives on behavioural research. The group will cover academic papers in topics including but not limited to behavioural and empirical economics, cognition, decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

 

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact Ceren Bengu Cibik (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window) or contact jin.kang@wbs.ac.uk

 

What: In our meetings, we will read and present both seminal and more recent papers in psychology, business and economics to learn the current state of the literature. We will send out an email in advance notifying participants who will be presenting in our next meeting and the paper that will be presented to allow people a chance to read it in advance. We also hope to host seminar sessions with professors from both Warwick and other institutions on their current research.

 

When: (TBA) The schedule of the meetings will be decided altogether based on everyone's availability. We will share a link to Google Sheet where you can indicate your availability.

 

Where: For the duration of Term 1 meetings will be hybrid. When restrictions lift during Term 2 we will look to hold our meetings fully in person, depending on the comfort level of the group’s members.

 

Commitment: There is no requirement to attend every session or to present a paper, although both are encouraged. If you have a specific paper that you would like the group to discuss, we will always be open to suggestions in the Teams channel or via email (c.cibik@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window). 

 

Mon 4 Jul, '22
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PhD Professional Development Series 2021-22 (Alternate Mondays)
Online
These events focus on specific topics with speakers from WBS Faculty invited to share their experiences with PhDs. They are held on Mondays alternating with the Brown Bag sessions, between 1300 and 1400 UK time. There will be time for questions at the end, but if you have any questions beforehand, please send them to BehaviouralScience@wbs.ac.uk so that the speaker(s) can try to cover them in their presentation.