Call For Papers: 2014 Petrie-Flom Annual Conference on Behavioral Economics, Law, and Health Policy

November 1, 2013 at 1:32 pm Leave a comment

The 2014 Petrie-Flom Annual Conference welcomes submissions from legal scholars, lawyers, bioethicists and political philosophers critiquing and defending the ethics of the sorts of manipulations called for by behavioral economists; health economists, doctors, psychologists, and other experimentalists discussing new avenues to overcome bounded rationality; international scholars and regulators discussing how their systems have used choice architecture to improve health and health care; and others who have a meaningful contribution to make in this field as related to health law, bioethics, and biotechnology policy. For more information, go here.


Topics: Calls for Papers; Economics & The Law


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