Advances with Field Experiments 2017 Conference

Keynote Speakers

Hunt Allcott, New York University
Michael Greenstone, University of Chicago
Steve Levitt, University of Chicago

September 14-15, 2017

Location: Saieh Hall for Economics
The University of Chicago
5757 S. University Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637

Organizers

John List, University of Chicago
Robert Metcalfe, University of Chicago

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Recent years have seen an enormous increase and interest in academic research using experimental methods in the field to address questions across a broad range of topics in economics. Moreover, businesses and governments across many countries around the world are starting to appreciate the power that field experiments can have on the design of products, services, and policies.

The Advances with Field Experiments 2017 conference at the University of Chicago will gather a group of academics to present the best and most innovative new work using field experiments to address economic questions. Previous Advances with Field Experiments conferences convened in 2011 and 2016.

All types of field experiments, including natural, framed, and artefactual field experiments, are encouraged. In particular, we strongly encourage Ph.D. students to participate.

Important Deadlines

Presenter applications: Please complete and submit the AFE 2017 Presenter Application Form online by June 30, 2017. Prospective presenters will be notified regarding acceptance prior to the July 30 registration deadline.

Conference Registration: Registration (US $175.00) is required for both presenters and non-presenting attendees. The deadline to register is July 30, 2017.

Conference Lodging: A limited number of rooms are available at a special conference rate at the Hyatt Place Chicago South-University Medical Center, located in Hyde Park at 5225 South Harper Ave., Chicago, IL 60615. Please see the AFE2017 Room Block Page for details.

General questions? Please contact conference administrator Jamie Phillips.

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