SPUDM offers an international and interdisciplinary forum for scientists dealing with modelling, analysing and aiding decision processes. It covers fundamental as well as applied research, attracting contributions from various disciplines such as psychology, economics, medicine, law, management science, philosophy, and computer science.
The European Association for Decision Making is delighted announce the 28th Biennial SPUDM (Subjective Probability, Utility and Decision Making) Conference which will be hosted online by Warwick Business School and the Department of Psychology at the University of Warwick, UK, from 22 – 24 August 2021.
SPUDM has been the leading European decision making and behavioural economics conference since its inception in 1969. Those years have seen SPUDM host the greatest researchers in our field, and we are committed to keeping this tradition alive and making this 28th meeting, the first to be held entirely online, one of the very best.
Our keynote speakers include Rory Sutherland (Vice Chairman of Ogilvy & Mather Advertising) and Ilana Ritov (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). There will also be a special guest appearance by Nobel Prize in Economics winner Daniel Kahneman, who will field questions about his forthcoming book Noise (co-written with Oliver Sibony and Cass Sunstein).
We will host papers, discussions and posters covering the full range of modern thinking in behavioural science, behavioural economics, and judgment and decision making. We strongly encourage submissions from new researchers, from researchers in countries less represented in the JDM community, and from researchers working in new areas and in the applications of behavioural science.
Registration arrangements will be finalised soon but until then please express your interest in attending by contacting us on SPUDM2021@wbs.ac.uk. Conference Website