Silk Nobel Lectures Series: Experimental Economics (Member Only)
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Silk Nobel Lectures Series: Experimental Economics (Member Only)

Experimental Economics. The People that Make Markets Effective also Show Trust and Trustworthiness

9/17/2019
When: Tuesday, September 17th, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: Fromm Hall - Xavier Room at the University of San Francisco
2497 Golden Gate Ave
San Francisco, California  94118
United States
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CFA Society San Francisco is Pleased to Offer Members Special Access to the Silk Nobel Lectures Series
In partnership with University of San Francisco 


 

Experimental Economics. The People That Make Markets Effective Also Show Trust and Trustworthiness 

Join us for an evening of enrichment, enjoyment, and socializing with Bay Area professionals and academics. Dr. Vernon Smith will be discussing his groundbreaking work in Experimental Economics and his first experiments that unexpectedly supported Adam Smith's theory of markets. Dr. Smith will also illuminate the behavior in trust games where people are more considerate of the welfare of others than predicted by rational game theory. Finally, he will share some other gems from his life in the Q&A with University of San Francisco's Professor Ludwig Chincarini.

This is a CFA Society San Francisco member-only event.

 

Speaker

Dr. Vernon Smith, Nobel Laureate - Economic Sciences,

Dr. Vernon Smith, Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences in 2002,shares with us his experience in helping to create the field of experimental economics. Smith is the founder and president of the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics, a Member of the Board of Advisors for The Independent Institute, a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute in Washington D.C.. In 2004 Smith was honored with an honorary doctoral degree at Universidad Francisco Marroquín, the institution that named the Vernon Smith Center for Experimental Economics Research after him. Smith earned his Bachelor of Arts from Friends University California Institute of Technology, his Masters from the University of Kansas, and his Doctorate from Harvard University. 

 

Price

Members: $15 

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