Title: Identifying habits in field data using machine learning

Presenter: Colin Camerer, California Institute of Technology (Caltech).

Time: 10-11:15am

About the presenter

Robert Kirby Professor of Behavioral Economics; T&C Chen Center for Social and Decision Neuroscience Leadership Chair; Director T&C Chen Center for Social and Decision Neuroscience.

Colin Camerer is a pioneer in behavioural economics and in neuroeconomics. He is interested in how psychological forces and their deeper neuroscientific foundations influence economic decisions involving individuals and markets. In his research, he uses experiments to better understand how individuals and markets function, neuroscience to gain insight into the neuroscientific drivers for decision making and behaviour, and game theory. 

 

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An online seminar series on Experimental and Behavioural Economics organized by the Behavioral and Economic Science Cluster (BESC) of the School of Economics at The University of Queensland.

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