Workshop: Economic and psychological perspectives on social issues using an experimental approach

A workshop for Eastern ARC researchers: 20 – 21 April 2016

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The Eastern ARC Quantitative Social Science section at the University of Kent would like to invite academic staff and postgraduate research students to participate in this workshop to be held at the University of Kent on 20-21 April 2016.

The purpose of the workshop is to highlight the synergy of research in economics and psychology with the aim to foster collaboration among students and faculty.

Download a full copy of the workshop programme here.

Registration is open. Please submit your details using the online registration form.


An evening dinner will be held on Wednesday 20 April at 20.00 hrs. The venue is Salt in the centre of Canterbury.

* There will be no charge for the presenters’ dinner.

** If you are not presenting, but interested in joining us for dinner, please contact Katy Wade to book a place no later than 15 April.

Venue and travel

The conference will be held at Keynes College, University of Kent.

The sessions on Wednesday will take place in rooms KS16 and KS17. The registration, coffee breaks and lunch on Wednesday will take place in room KS15.

The sessions on Thursday will take place in rooms KS13 and KS12. Coffee breaks and lunch on Thursday will take place in room KS14.

For directions and travel to the University of Kent, please refer to these pages.

Anyone requiring accommodation can find a range of options available via Kent Hospitality and the Cathedral Lodge.

If you require a parking permit at the University, please ensure you request one on your booking form.


If you have any questions, please contact Dr Fernanda Leite Lopez de Leon, Lecturer at the University of Kent; Dr Odile Poulsen, Lecturer at the University of East Anglia; or Denise Lovett, postgraduate research student at the University of Kent.