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Conference: January 14th to 15th, 2021




Cristina Bicchieri (University of Pennsylvania)
Raymond Duch (University of Oxford)


The Rosario Experimental and Behavioral Economics Lab (REBEL) and the Economics Department at Universidad del Rosario, with the support of IFREE, will host a new edition of the Bogotá Experimental Economics Conference during January 14th and 15th, 2021. We aim to strengthen the ties within the Latin American experimental economics community and the rest of the world.
Further, we will host the Bogotá Experimental Economics Workshop (January 13th to 15th, 2021) for undergraduate students, graduate students and young scholars interested in experimental methods in the social sciences. The Workshop is sponsored by IFREE and Alianza EFI-Colombia Científica.

This year, due to the situation associated to the pandemics, the Conference and the Workshop will be held online. No fee will be charged for the attendance to any of the two events.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
  Conference program
Workshop program


Plenary speakers: to be confirmed

This year, our purpose is to connect Latin American researchers around the World throughout the Conference. For this reason, we have invited for regular talks some of our colleagues.
Plenary speakers: Cristina Bicchieri (UPenn) and Raymond Duch (University of Oxford).
Invited speakers: Catalina Franco (Norwegian School of Economics), Manu Muñoz (NYU-Abu Dhabi), Patricio Dalton (Tilburg University), Sandra Polanía-Reyes (University of Notre Dame), Kristian López-Vargas (UC Santa Cruz), María Recalde (University of Melbourne), Andrzej Baranski (NYU-Abu Dhabi), Francesco Bogliacino (Universidad Nacional), Ana García-Hernández (WZB-Berlín), Hernán Bejarano (Chapman University), Lina Restrepo-Plaza (UniValle) and Natalia Candelo (CUNY Queens College).


We will host the Bogotá Experimental Economics Workshop from January 13th to the 15th. The aim of the Workshop is to expand research tools by providing theoretical background and hands-on training on areas related to experimental economics research.
The Workshop will include sessions on the basics of Experimental Economics: Introduction to Experimental Economics, Principles in the Design of Experiments, Measurement of Preferences (pro-social, risk aversion, inter-temporality). Also, some more technical and specific topics: Introduction to Neuroeconomics, Field Experiments, Power Analysis for Experiments, and Experiments and Environmental Economics.
This year the Workshop will be mostly in Spanish. Workshop Faculty include Diego Aycinena, Mariana Blanco, César Mantilla, Santiago Sautua, Julia Seither, Silvia López and Stanislao Maldonado (U Rosario), and Catalina Franco (Norwegian School of Economics).

We invite undergraduate students, graduate students (PhD and master’s level) and junior faculty to apply for the workshop (remember that this year’s workshop has no fee).


How to apply:

Please follow this link for instructions on how to apply.


Important Dates

Workshop submission deadline: December 5th
Notification of acceptance: December 15th
Workshop: January 13th to the 15th
Conference: January 14th and 15th
IMPORTANT: There will be no fee for attending the Conference and the Workshop.