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The Psychology and Economics Programme provides a focal point for research in the field of psychology and economics (behavioural economics) at LSE. The programme carries out empirical and theoretical research aimed at incorporating greater psychological realism into rigorous economic analysis. Topics include: social incentives, biased beliefs, time-preferences and behavioural finance.

Directors: Prof Nava Ashraf, Prof Erik Eyster, Dr Matthew Levy and Dr Kristóf Madarász

Research Associates: Prof Oriana Bandiera; Prof Tim Besley; Dr Gharad Bryan; Prof Maitreesh Ghatak; Dr Johannes Spinnewijn and Dr Severine Toussaert.

Seminars

STICERD Psychology and Economics Seminar
(Tuesdays 17:00 - 18:30)
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