2012 North American Economic Science Association Conference
November 15-17, 2012
Westward Look Resort
The 2012 regional North-American ESA meeting will be held at the Westward Look Resort, Tucson, from Thursday evening November 15 (reception) through Saturday 6:00p.m. November 17. Please make your hotel reservation through the Westward Look (800 722-2500) and mention that you are part of the ESA group in order to obtain the reduced rate of $129 for a singe/double room and $139 for a triple/quad room.
There will be a special panel discussion marking the 50th year of experimental economics. Four pioneers of experimental economics (John Kagel, Charles Plott, Reinhard Selten, and Vernon Smith) will offer their perspectives on how the field developed and where it should be headed.
Panel of Pioneers
We are delighted to announce that Guillaume Frechette (NYU) and Ulrike Malmendier (UC Berkeley) have agreed to be the plenary speakers.
- Ulrike Malmendier
Connecting Experimental Work to Theory (with application to Social Preferences and Voting)
- Guillaume Frechette
Infinitely Repeated Games in the Laboratory
Financial support from Caltech, Chapman University, George Mason University, and the University of Technology Sydney is gratefully acknowledged.
Registration for the conference can be done via the ESA website (recall you have to be an ESA member):
When you register you may submit an abstract (+ title + coauthors) of the paper you would like to present.
Registration for faculty (student) members is $250 ($150). After October 16, registration fees will increase to $300 ($200) for faculty (student) members and we will lose the special ESA rate for rooms at the conference hotel. Please make your hotel reservation through the Westward Look Resort (800 722-2500) and mention that you are part of the ESA group in order to obtain the reduced rate.
- Submission closing date: September 23, 2012
- Preliminary program available: September 30, 2012
- Hotel reservation cut-off: October 16, 2012
- Early registration cut-off: October 16, 2012
Further details and announcements will be posted in mid-October.
We hope to see you in Tucson!