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12.12.2007 - XI SUMMER SCHOOL ON ECONOMICS AND PHILOSOPHY: SOCIAL NORMS (SAN SEBASTIAN (SPAIN), 14-17 JULY 2008)

XI Summer School on Economics and Philosophy: SOCIAL NORMS (San Sebastian (Spain), 14-17 July 2008)

XI Summer School on Economics and Philosophy: SOCIAL NORMS

San Sebastian (Spain), 14-17 July 2008

Director: Cristina Bicchieri (UPenn)

Coordinators: Alfonso Dubois (UPV), David Teira & Jesús Zamora (UNED)

Preliminary list of speakers: Jason Alexander (LSE), Daniel Andler (Paris
IV-ENS), Cristina Bicchieri (UPenn), Pablo Brañas (Ugr), Jordi Brandts
(CSIC), Cristiano Castelfranchi (ISTC-  CNR), Jason Dana (UPenn), Jon
Elster (College de France), Diego Gambetta (Oxford), Herbert Gintis
(UMass), Russell Hardin (NYU), Shaun Nichols (U. Arizona), Edna
Ullmann-Margalit (Tel-Aviv)

Scientific Committee: Cristina Bicchieri, Jason Alexander, Jason Dana,
Diego Gambetta.

Since 1998 the Urrutia Elejalde has annually organized a Summer School on
frontier topics between philosophy,  economics and other social sciences,
bringing together scholars from all these fields to explore them. The aim
of this year Summer School is to introduce participants to the vast
research that is taking place in the area of  social norms. >From
philosophy and psychology to evolutionary game theory and experimental
economics, recent work on social norms is shedding light on why and under
what circumstances people engage in pro-social behavior, and how norms may
emerge, stabilize or decay.

We encourage submission of papers that cover one or more of the above
areas. The scientific committe will consider a number of submissions by
young scholars at graduate or postgraduate level. The Foundation will
cover the registration fees and accomodation expenses of the authors.

Please send a 2000 words pdf abstract to David Teira (dteira [at]
fsof.uned.es) before Jan 31st 2008. A decision will be made by March 15th.

For further information on the School, visit:
http://www.urrutiaelejalde.org/SummerSchool/2008.html