Dublin up

I'll be on the panel next Friday afternoon at Behavioural economics, policy and business at the Geary Institute in University College Dublin. I'm not sure whether they still have room in the audience, but if you're interested in coming please contact me or Emma Barron.

The Geary Institute has a very good behavioural economics blog which you'll see in the right-hand column of this site. I'd recommend you subscribe to it if you haven't already (there is, naturally, a focus on Ireland-specific issues, some of which are distinct from the behavioural research they also cover).

Also on the panel are Pete Lunn, author of Basic Instincts: Human Nature and the New Economics and Gerard O'Neill of Amarach Research, an interesting market research agency (see for example this recent blog post about pricing), and Liam Delaney and Colm Harmon whose work you can see on the Geary blog.

Hope to see some readers (and pick up some new ones) there.


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