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Frequently Asked Questions

Important information!

Dear colleague,

Global pandemic of COVID-19 and subsequent closure of international borders made it impossible to host a face-to-face conference this Summer. In order to maintain continuity of academic life, the conference will be held during the specified dates using zoom or other comparable providers.  Only the registered conference participants will be provided with the information about how to join each session online. Online format offers more opportunities to bring together researchers who might not be able to attend it in person. To open this possibility, we thereby announce a second call for proposals for online SABE conference, available to those colleagues who were unable or did not plan to come to Moscow, but may want to join us online. Submissions for online conference are welcomed until May 23, 2020, and shall be subject to the usual peer review. Authors of accepted papers shall be notified in written before June 1, 2020.


With best and healthy wishes,

Organizing committee


The Annual Conference SABE 2020 on Behavioural Economics shall be held on July 22-26, 2020 at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia. The International Laboratory for Experimental and Behavioural Economics acts as local organizer.

The conference will bring together researchers in the quickly rising field of experimental and behavioural economics who will share their results in behavioural economic theory, laboratory and field experiments, economics and psychology, neuroeconomics and their applications.

Here is a PDF version of Call for Papers 


Important Dates

4 May

Acceptance notification

23 May

Abstract submissions due (second call, online participation)

Keynote speakers

Simon Gaechter

Nottingham, UK

Martin Kocher

Vienna, Austria


We invite submissions from all areas of behavioural science (or economic psychology, behavioural economics, judgement and decision making, depending on your terminological preference).
Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Behavioural economics
  • Behavioural finance
  • Medical decision making
  • Behavioural policy & nudging
  • Bounded rationality
  • Consumer behaviour
  • Economic Psychology
  • Emotions and decision making
  • Experimental economics
  • Fairness
  • Happiness and wellbeing
  • Heuristics and biases
  • Inter-temporal choice
  • Judgment and decision making
  • Field experiments neuroeconomics
  • Personality and economic preferences
  • Psychology of money
  • Research methods in behavioural science
  • Risk and uncertainty
  • Self-control
  • Social Preferences
  • Social norms

Conference Venue

The Conference will take place at the Pokrovka campus of HSE.

Address: 11 Pokrovsky Boulevard, Moscow 109028, Russia

Conference locations are equipped for people with disabilities. To receive help in navigating between different locations please contact the Organizing Committee.

Social Media

Use hashtag #SABE2020

Organizing Committee

Belianin Alexis (chair), Libenson Tatiana, Ekaterina Grigorieva, Kirsenkova Natalia