Economics and Psychology One Day Session: UCD Geary Institute
We will be hosting a session on Economics and Psychology in the UCD Research Building on November 23rd. Those who wish to attend should RSVP to Philippa Barrington at email@example.com. Please indicate whether you wish to attend the full-day session or the keynote lecture by Professor Laibson only. The programme is below. There is no registration fee.
10.00am – 10.30am
Martin Ryan (UCD) “The Role of Economic Psychology and Non-Cognitive Skill in Students’ Lecture Attendance and Academic Achievement”
10.30am – 11am
Liam Delaney (UCD) “Automatic Enrollment and the Irish Pension System”
11am – 11.20am: Coffee
11.30am – 12pm
Cormac O’Dea (IFS and UCL). “Cognitive function, numeracy and retirement saving trajectories”
12pm – 12.30pm
Marie Briguglio (University of Malta). “Voluntary Pro-Environmental Behaviour”.
1230pm – 1pm
Michael Daly(TCD) “How income relates to life satisfaction and daily emotional experience: Evidence from the American Life Panel”
2pm – 2.30pm
Mick O’Connell (UCD) “Variation in ‘Returns to Education’ and academic performance by country in OECD’s PISA science scores”
2.30pm to 3pm
Robert Metcalfe (Oxford) “Behavioural Economics TBA”
3pm – 3.30pm
Peter Lunn (ESRI) “What Can I Get For It? A theoretical and empirical re-analysis of the endowment effect.”
3.30pm – 4pm Coffee
4pm – 5.30pm: Keynote Speaker.
David Laibson (Harvard) “Natural Expectations and Economic Behavior”