28 Duben 2017 u Centrum behaviorálních experimentů – CEBEX ve městě Prague.
Unfortunately, this progress seen in other countries has not been matched in Central Europe which is somewhat lacking in the development and application of these new trends, both on a practical and academic level. Prague Conference on Behavioral Sciences aims to address this gap by igniting the discussion about behavioral approaches to public policy and by creating a platform and a network for like-minded scholars, consultants, professors, and policy makers across the region to gather annually and discuss new findings, present research, and connect with the rest of the behavioral sciences world.
The Center for Behavioral Experiments in cooperation with CEVRO Institute is pleased to invite you to the first Prague Conference on Behavioral Sciences to consider the topic of “Modern Policy Making”, where we will discuss and discover new trends and innovations in public policy creation.
organizer’s website: www.cebex.org
conference’s website: www.conference.cebex.org
Friday, April 28 OPEN TO PUBLIC
4:00—5:45 pm Registration of Participants
6:00—6:15 pm Opening (Center for Behavioral Experiments, CZ)
6:15—7:00 pm Sam Tatam (Ogilvy Change, UK)
7:00—8:00 pm Maurice Allais Memorial Lecture
Bart. J. Wilson (Chapman University, USA)
8:00—9:00 pm Q&A Session
9:00 pm Reception (for guests and registered participants)