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TAPMI-MAX PLANCK WINTER SCHOOL ON BOUNDED RATIONALITY

 

TAPMI-MAX PLANCK WINTER SCHOOL ON BOUNDED RATIONALITY
January 09–15, 2017, Manipal, Karnataka
Call for Applications

T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) in collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for Human Development (MPIB) is pleased to announce the Winter School on Bounded Rationality at TAPMI, Manipal (Karnataka), India to be held from January 09–15, 2017.

The winter school aims to foster understanding the process and quality of human decisions and to apply this knowledge in the real decision-contexts, enabling people to make better decisions in a complex world. To this end, it offers a unique forum for decision-making scholars and researchers from various disciplines to share their approaches, discuss their
research and applications, and inspire one another.

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Prof. (Dr.) Gerd Gigerenzer

Director of the Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition and the Harding Center for Risk Literacy, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany.
 

TOPICS
The winter school shall focus on diverse set of topics:

  •  Bounded Rationality, Ecological Rationality, Social Rationality

  •  Behavioral Economics and Finance

  •  Heuristics

  •  Fast and Frugal Trees

  •  Risk and Risk Literacy

  •  Medical Decision Making

Seminars, talks, panel discussions, workshops, poster sessions, and social events will take place, allowing participants to learn and develop new ideas in broad areas of Judgment and
Decision Making, facilitated by frequent interactions with the teaching faculty members.

APPLICATION
Deadline for Application is September 25, 2016
Participation will be free, accommodation will be provided, and travel expenses will be partly reimbursed.

For more details on application and other information: http://www.tapmiwinterschool.com

For further questions email us at winterschool@tapmi.edu.in
We look forward to seeing you at Manipal!

Sincerely,
Kavitha Ranganathan (TAPMI) and Shengua Luan (MPIB)
Organizers

 

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