Final INSOSCI-Symposium:

When Policy Making meets Neuroscience and Social Science

12th-13th February 2019 @ Witten/Herdecke University, Germany

Final INSOSCI-Symposium

When Policy Making Meets Neuroscience and Social Science

In February 2019, an international symposium for researchers, policy makers and the interested public organized by the
INSOSCI-project takes place.

12th-13th February 2019.
Witten/Herdecke University, Germany
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Prof. Michelle Baddeley (University of South Australia)
Prof. Don Ross (University College Cork)
Prof. Camillo Padoa-Schioppa (Washington University St. Louis)
Participation is possible as a guest or a speaker (see call for papers below). There are no participation fees, and coffee breaks and lunches will be provided without charge. Please register below. Acceptance of your participation will be communicated in due course. Please note that the number of places for guests and speakers is limited.

The symposium will target questions such as: “What are the implications of research in neuroscience, behavioral economics, and psychology for the regulatory, institutional and organizational design of financial markets and finance entities?”, “What is the mechanism of herding behavior and behavior towards risk in financial markets?”, “How should the neuroscientific and social scientific perspectives on substance and behavioral addictions be integrated for policy use?”, “What are the normative implications of decision neuroscience on the legitimacy of various behavioral policies?”

Members of the INSOSCI-project from the University of Tampere, the Université catholique de Louvain, Witten/Herdecke University, the Max Weber Kolleg Erfurt and the Technische Hochschule Brandenburg will present the results of their research.

Call for Papers

In addition to keynote speeches there will be paper presentations for which we invite researchers to submit their papers until 15th August.
Please send an extended abstract of 500-1000 words to
Notification of acceptance will be given on or before 15th September.

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