The international Symposium in Experimental Economics (iSEE)


iSee  provides a forum for thought-provoking experimental research. iSEE’s goal is to encourage a lively discussion among its participants and facilitate brainstorming for new research ideas. The broad topic of the symposium is Behavioral Economics of Organizations and centers around the application of findings from behavioral and experimental economics to our understanding of how organizations, both public and private, function.

The Symposium takes place in March 15th-16th. It is organized by Ernesto Reuben and is hosted by the Division of Social Sciences and the Social Sciences Experimental Laboratory (SSEL) at New York University Abu Dhabi.


Pablo Hernandez-Lagos, NYU Abu Dhabi
Bernd Irlenbusch, Max Palnk Institue for Research on Collective Goods
Aaron Kamm, NYU Abu Dhabi
Christian Koch, NYU Abu Dhabi
Sandra Maximiano, Purdue University
Arno Riedl, Maastricht University
Alexander Sebald, University of Copenhagen
Caroline Stein, University of Cologne
Stefan Trautmann, Alfred-Weber-Institute
Huanren Zhang, NYU Abu Dhabi

For more information, please visit website.

Other Participants (NYUAD)

Aurelie Dariel
Chetan Dave
Curtis Kephart
Yan Long
Nikos Nikiforakis
Ernesto Reuben
Simon Siegenthaler