Full details of the seminar schedule Date Time Room Speaker Title Affiliation 7th October 14:00-15:00 online Jafar Rezaei Foundations of Best-Worst Method (an MCDM method) Delft University of Technology 21st October 14:00-15:00 online click here to book Georgios Panos Financial literacy and Attitudes to Cryptocurrencies University of Glasgow 28th October (jointly…
CLICK HERE TO BOOK Abstract We examine the relationship between financial literacy and attitudes to cryptocurrencies, using microdata from 15 countries. Our financial-literacy proxy exerts a large negative effect on the probability of currently owning cryptocurrencies. The financially literate are also more likely to be aware, but not to intend to own cryptocurrencies. We show…
CLICK HERE TO BOOK Abstract: We run a laboratory experiment testing the correlation between time preferences and cheating at the individual level. In our experiment cheating increases the earnings of those who commit it and it only entails a moral cost for the cheater. Our hypothesis is that cheating is higher among individuals who attribute…
Numerous laboratory studies reveal that incidental emotions produce distinct effects on risky decision-making: e.g. while fear induces risk-averse choices, anger promotes risk-seeking choices. Accordingly, if risky driving decisions cause car accidents, emotionally arousing events might influence accident rates. Noting studies showing effects on voters’ happiness for both the 2016 UK Brexit referendum and 2016 US…
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Full details of the semester two CDR seminar series: Date Time Room Speaker Title Affiliation Weds 30 Jan 13:00-14:00 Maurice Keyworth room 1.33 Various speakers Bridging the divide between social and technical systems: techniques and current research University of Leeds Weds 6 Feb 14:00-15:00 Charles Thackrah room 1.05 Natalie van der Wal (Centre for Decisin…
Various speakers are presenting at this joint seminar with LCDS, AimTech, STC, CSR group and CDR
Applying behavioural science to support better financial decision making: Findings from the Behavioural Insights Team
Max Mawby (Behavioural Insights Team) presents this CDR seminar.
Do you recycle while others are watching? Personality, identity, visibility, and 21 pro-environmental behaviours
Cameron Brick’s seminar is co-hosted by CDR and the School of Psychology.
When you made the wrong decision: Post-decision coping with decisions in conflict with experts and/or objective facts
Ola Svenson (Decision Research Oregon USA and Stockholm University) presents this CDR seminar.
Choosing social and environmental sustainability: how executives resolve the problems of competing commitments in decision-making
Catherine Tilley, a Doctoral Student at the Institute of Manufacturing at Cambridge University, will be delivering this Centre for Decision Research (CDR) seminar.
Prof. David Bresch’s seminar is co-hosted by CDR, Sustainability Research Institute (SRI), and Priestley International Centre for Climate.
Exploring Multicriteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) practice – with an emphasis on problem structuring and model building
Valerie Belton, professor of management science at the University of Strathclyde, will be delivering this Centre for Decision Research (CDR) seminar.
Full details of the semester one CDR seminar series for 2018/19.
STC & Mechanical Engineering Seminar: Vedran Lesic – Understanding and informing consumers about their electricity use
CDR member Vedran Lesic leads seminar for the Socio-Technical Centre (STC) and Mechanical Engineering.