New Frontiers in Normative Economics: Towards Behaviorally Informed Policy Making

Freitag, 16.12.2011
Walter Eucken Institut


16. Dezember 2011

Robert Sugden: The Behavioral Economist and the Social Planner: To Whom Should Behavioral Welfare Economics Be Addressed?
Discussant: Gerhard Wegner

Daniel Hausman: Why Satisfy Preferences?
Discussant: Max Albert

Michael Wohlgemuth: Is there a paradox of a Hayekian Paternalist?

Nathan Berg: Inconsistency Pays: Beyond ‘As-If’ Behavioral Economics and its Commitment to Narrow Neoclassical Norms

Discussant: Christian Schubert
Open Floor Discussion on Soft Paternalism Primings by Wolfgang Kerber and Jan Schnellenbach

17. Dezember 2011

Ulrich Witt: The Evolution of Consumer Behavior and the Problem of Reaching Sustainability
Discussant: Karolina Safrazynska

Dan Haybron: Normative Foundations for Well-being Policy
Discussant: Johannes Hirata

Martin Binder: Altruism, Happiness, and Public Policy
Discussant: Christopher Boyce

Viktor Vanberg: Darwinian Paradigm, Cultural Evolution, and Human Purposes
Discussant: Heike Walterscheid