1st Conference Herbert Simon Society
New York, 8-10 April 2013
The Herbert A. Simon Society brings together some of the most important economists and cognitive scientists critical of contemporary economic models and theory of rationality. It aims at reformulating economic theory by starting from the many non-neoclassical directions based on bounded rationality theory that have been developed in recent years.
This conference is focused on three themes that were identified as particularly relevant in order to apply Simon’s ideas to the contemporary debate: duality of mind, creativity, and alternative models of rational expectations.
The conference fee for accepted papers is 200 euros.
The fee allows to attend the meeting and to become a member of the Herbert Simon Society for 2013 and includes participation in the General Assembly of the Society (10 April 2013), with the right to vote.
You can pay by bank transfer and Credit card via PayPal. Register (registrations closed)