Kahneman Lecture

Since 2004, IAREP organizes the "Kahneman Lecture". Professor Daniel Kahneman has graciously agreed that IAREP can designate one of the keynote addresses at our annual conference as the "Kahneman Lecture", in the light of his Nobel prize award. The lecture is sponsored by Elsevier, the publishers of the Journal of Economic Psychology, the Association's journal.

Previous speakers were:

  • 2018 Elke Weber :
    (Princeton University, USA)
    "Choice Architecture for Sustainability: Giving the Future a Chance"
  • 2017 Uri GNEEZY:
    (University of California, San Diego)
    "Incentives and Behavior Change"
  • 2016 Eldar SHAFIR:
    (Princeton University, USA)
    "Psychology and Policy in Contexts of Scarcity"
  • 2015 Marcel ZEELENBERG:
    (Tilburg University, Netherlands)
    "Towards an economic psychology of greed"
  • 2014 Ernst FEHR:
    (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
    "How does neuroeconomics help us understand the human mind?"
  • 2013 David LAIBSON:
    (Harvard University, USA)
    "How to design a commitment contract?"
  • 2012 Kathleen VOHS :
    (University of Minnesota, USA)
    "Money talks have a lot to say about personal goals and interpersonal behavior"
  • 2011 Russell BELK:
    (York University, Canada)
    "The Digital Consumer"
  • 2010 Robert H. FRANK :
    (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA)
    "The libertarian welfare state"
  • 2009 Ilana RITOV:
    (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel)
    "Generosity towards Individuals and Groups"
  • 2008 Alvin ROTH:
    (Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA)
    "Repugnant Transactions"
  • 2007 George LOEWENSTEIN:
    (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA)
    "The Economist as Therapist: Behavioral Economics and 'Light' Paternalism"
  • 2006 Daniel KAHNEMAN :
    (Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA)
    "The Structure of Well-Being in Two Countries"
  • 2005 Bruno FREY :
    (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
    "Happiness Research: Where do we stand?"
  • 2004 Paul SLOVIC:
    (University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, USA)
    "Affect, Reason, Risk, and Rationality"