Workshop Social Norms and Moral Norms
Friday, October 16, 2015 (All day)

Marie Claire Villeval from the GATE-Lab is organising a workshop in the framework of the FELIS research grant and CORTEX on the following theme:
Social Norms and Moral Norms
"Individuals’ and groups’ behavior is not only influenced by monetary incentives but also by norms, i.e. rules according to which people think one ought to behave in given circumstances. It is usually considered that moral norms are internal guidelines whereas social norms are driven by the observability of behavior by others. The combination of moral norms and social norms allows researchers to better characterize preferences. Presentations during the workshop will deal with the analysis of incentives and unethical behavior, social credibility, social norms and the replacement logic, among other topics."

List of the guest speakers:
    •    Björn Bartling (University of Zurich)
    •    Michele Belot (University of Edimburgh)
    •    Gary Charness (University of California - Santa Barbara)
    •    David Cooper (Florida State University)
    •    Enrique Fatas (University of East Anglia)
    •    Uri Gneezy (University of California - San Diego)
    •    Martin Kocher (University of Munich)
    •    David Masclet (CREM)
    •    Theo Offerman (University of Amsterdam)
    •    Shaul Shalvi (University of Amsterdam)
    •    Anton Suvorov (Higher School of Education - Moscow)
    •    Jeroen van de Ven (University of Amsterdam)
Location: GATE Lab
Date: October 16 - 17