Learning, Bounded Rationality, and Decisions
Three Related Workshops, and Winter School
Israel, January 23-29, 2014
Basic purpose: To facilitate communication between scholars and students of learning and bounded rationality from different disciplines. The focus is on understanding and predicting decisions when the rationality assumption does not yield sharp predictions. The speakers in the different workshops are encouraged to provide non-technical reviews of key results from their research.
Our program is supported by a grant from the North-Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Sciences Humanities and the Arts (through a grant from the Union of German Academies of Sciences and Humanities), a grant from Erasmus School of Economics through the Technion Society of the Netherlands, the Max Wertheimer Minerva center, the I-CORE center for empirical law (ISF), and the Microsoft-Technion e-commerce research center.