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Visiting Graduate Student Workshop in Experimental Economics

ESI Welcomes Graduate Students and Presenters from Around the Globe

» 28th Visiting Graduate Student Workshop in Experimental Economics

January 10-14, 2023
Chapman University

Application is now open. The deadline to apply is Monday, October 31st at 5:00 pm Pacific.

Important notice: In addition to applying, a Letter of Recommendation is required by the application deadline. A faculty member is limited to recommending one student. The faculty member needs to send the letter of recommendation from their university email address to Cyndi Dumas at dumas@chapman.edu.

The International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE) generously sponsored workshops for visiting graduate students, undergraduates, and local high school students from its incorporation in 1997 to 2022.  This year, the Alaska Community Foundation will co-sponsor with ESI for the workshop. These workshops introduce students to Experimental Economics and identify promising individuals for pre- and post-doctoral fellowships.

ESI student workshopJanuary 10-14, 2023, ESI will host the 28th Visiting Graduate Student Workshop in Experimental Economics at Chapman University. The purpose is to provide an introduction to laboratory methods in economics for Ph.D. students. The workshop begins with a reception on the evening of January 10. 

In addition to the roundtable discussions, participants will have the opportunity to discuss their research with a faculty member in a virtual meeting.

This workshop is free for graduate students interested in using Experimental Economics in their Ph.D. dissertation research, but participants must provide their own transportation to and from the workshop.  Local housing arrangements are covered by a generous grant from the Alaska Community Foundation. Participants must be able to stay for the duration of the workshop, arriving in time for the opening reception.

This workshop is free for graduate students interested in using Experimental Economics in their Ph.D. dissertation research. Participants must be able to attend all four sessions of the workshop, as well as the virtual reception.  Copies of the books will be shipped to the participants in early December.

Read about previous workshops by visiting ESI’s News Blog

Please contact Cyndi Dumas at dumas@chapman.edu if you have any questions.