The Experimental Community of Southern Europe is pleased to announce the 9th Southern Europe Experimental Team’s Meeting (SEET workshop), organized by Giuseppe Attanasi (University of Lille) and Marcella Scrimitore (University of Salento).

The meeting will be held in Lecce (Italy), from the 23rd to the 25th of February, 2018.

The meeting promotes active interaction among researchers in experimental economics, behavioral economics and related areas. We also encourage theoretical contributions.

A list of potential topics/sessions includes, but is not limited to, (behavioral) game theory, social preferences, risk attitudes, monetary and non-monetary incentives, real and financial markets, field experiments, industrial organization, labor economics, gender economics, networks, and neuroeconomics.

Prospective contributors are invited to submit abstracts of their papers to the organizers by December 17, 2017.

The scientific committee will evaluate the submissions and will notify the results by December 22, 2017. 

Scientific committee

Giuseppe Attanasi (University of Lille), Antoni Bosch (Universitat Pompeu Fabra & BGSE), Pablo Brañas-Garza (Middlesex University London), Enrica Carbone (Università della Campania), Giorgio Coricelli (University of Southern California), María Paz Espinosa (Universidad del País Vasco & Bridge), Ayca Ebru  Giritligil (Istanbul Bilgi University), Antonio Filippin (Università di Milano), Aurora García-Gallego (LEE Universitat Jaume I), Nikolaos Georgantzís  (Burgundi School of Business, Dijon & LEE Universitat Jaume I), Penelope Hernández (LINEEX, ERI-CES & Universidad de Valencia), Alessandro Innocenti (Università di Siena), Andrea Isoni (Warwick Business School),  Natalia Jiménez  (GlobE & Universidad de Granada), Jaromír Kovárík (Universidad del País Vasco & CERGE-EI), Praveen Kujal (Middlesex University London), Luigi Luini (Università di Siena), Debrah Meloso (Toulouse Business School), Rosemarie Nagel (Universitat Pompeu Fabra & ICREA & BGSE), Giovanni Ponti (LUISS, Rome & Universidad de Alicante), Luís Santos-Pinto (University of Lausanne), Patrizia Sbriglia (Università della Campania).

Lecce, “The Florence of the South”, is an historic (Baroque) town in in the southernmost part of the Apulia region (Salento), between the Adriatic and the Ionic sea. 

The workshop venue will be a historical place of University of Salento (Ex-Monastero degli Olivetani).

The final social event will be held in Otranto (Adriatic sea) or in Gallipoli (Ionic sea), both at 30 km distance from Lecce.

Here a description of the whole area, "Salento, the heel of Italy”, from The Guardian. 

Looking forward to meeting you in Salento!

Giuseppe Attanasi & Marcella Scrimitore, chairs