December, 1st, 2018: Abstract Submission closes. Extended to December 5th, 2018 

December, 8th, 2018: Notification of acceptance of abstract

December, 25th, 2018: Regular registration closes

January, 10th, 2019: Deadline for registering for the conference for presenting authors



The Experimental Community of Southern Europe is pleased to announce the 10th anniversary edition of SEET workshop (Southern Europe Experimental Team’s Meeting), organized by Guillermo Mateu (Burgundy School of Business) in collaboration with Maria Sard Bauzá (Universitat de les Illes Balears).

The meeting will be held in Ibiza (Spain), from the 06th to the 08th of February 2019.

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

A list of potential topics/sessions includes, but is not limited to, behavioural economics and game theory, including 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 1st, 2018.

The scientific committee will evaluate the submissions and will notify the results by December 08th, 2018.

Ibiza is a lovely island in the Mediterranean Sea off the eastern coast of Spain. It is well know for its association with nightlife and electronic music, and with hippy life style by the early 1970s.

Looking forward to meeting you in Ibiza!

Guillermo Mateu and Maria Sard Bauzá, chairs





The workshop venue will be placed in a historical place of Universitat de les Illes Balears , near the old town and defensive walls in Ibiza (Dalt Vila).




A nucleus for the convergence and interchange of numerous cultures – Punic, Phoenician, Roman, Byzantine, Visigoth, Muslim and Catalan – Ibiza today is known throughout the world for the beauty of the ‘ship of stone’, as poets have been known to call Dalt Vila, the best-preserved walled fortification in the Mediterranean region and a location that has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Ibiza is also renowned for its privileged natural surroundings and for the millennial swards of Posidonia Oceanica, which were included in the World Heritage declaration as they help maintain the marine ecosystem and ensure both the preservation of the sand on the local beaches and the crystalline transparency of the waters around the Pityusic Islands.

Welcome to Eivissa (Ibiza)!



We rank among the top 5 Spanish universities in innovation and technological development and in research quality, as well as being in the world top 10 in tourism research and among the top 8 in quality and innovation in teaching. We are coordinators of the “Euro-Mediterranean Tourism & Water” campus of international excellence. (Read more).