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Behavioural and Experimental Economics for Policy Making

Economic and Political Studies Special Issue Call for Papers

Deadline: 1 September 2019

Economic and Political Studies (EPS), an ESCI and Scopus listed journal hosted by Renmin University of China and published by Taylor & Francis Group, calls for papers for a special issue on “Behavioural and Experimental Economics for Policy Making”.

Behavioural and experimental economics can help policymakers to make far-reaching decisions by taking into account the cognitive biases of individuals and their limited rationality. Economic and Political Studies now invites contributions to a new special issue on “Behavioural and Experimental Economics for Policy Making”. Papers must report the results of laboratory or field experiments and include the experimental instructions in appendix. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Behavioural finance
  • Labor relationships
  • Incentive schemes
  • Social preferences
  • Individual preferences and uncertainty
  • Public goods and cooperation

Economic and Political Studies

Language: en-US

Publisher: tandf

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Submission guidelines

The deadline for submission is September 1, 2019. Papers should be submitted at the same time to the Special Issue Editor Marie Claire Villeval (villeval@gate.cnrs.fr) and our online submission system Editorial Manager System at http://www.edmgr.com/reps/Default.aspx.  The detailed submission guideline and reference style are available at http://www.tandfonline.com/REPS.

It would be highly appreciated if you could kindly forward this Call for Papers to friends, colleagues and other people whom you think may have an interest in this topic. For any enquiries please contact the Editorial Office at journal@ruc.edu.cn.

Editorial Information

Special Issue Editor:

Marie Claire Villeval, Research Professor, CNRS, GATE (CNRS – University of Lyon, France) (villeval@gate.cnrs.fr).

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