2nd GATE-Lab Workshop on "Social and Moral Norms"

Tuesday, 24 October, 2017


This workshop aims at developing scientific discussions about Social Norms and Moral Norms. One objective is to better understand when people are more, or less, likely to act fairly and honestly and follow the moral course of action and norms instead of serving their strict self-interest, including at the others’ expense. Another objective is to clarify the role of institutions in the evolution of social preferences.

Two research programs, CORTEX and FELIS, as well as the Van Gogh PHC programme sponsor this workshop

We are pleased to announce our speakers :
Gary Charness (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Brice Corgnet (GATE, EM Lyon Business School)
Jean Claude Dreher (CNC Lyon)
Enrique Fatas (University of East Anglia, Norwich)
Fabio Galeotti (GATE, CNRS)
John Hamman (Florida State University)
Astrid Hopfenstitz (Toulouse School of Economics)
Nils Köbis (CREED, University of Amsterdam)
Daniele Nosenzo (University of Nottingham)
Theo Offerman (CREED, University of Amsterdam)
Arno Riedl (University of Maastricht, Center of Neuroeconomics)
Ruff Christian (University of Zürich)
Ivan Soraperra (CREED, University of Amsterdam)
Jeroen Van de Ven (ACLE, University of Amsterdam)
Marie Claire Villeval (GATE, CNRS)
Ro’i Zultan (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)
Adam Zylbersztejn (GATE, University Lyon 2)
Organizer : Marie Claire Villeval (villeval@gate.cnrs.fr)

Scientific information (click here)