Behavioural and experimental research retreat

Johannes Abeler organised a behavioural/experimental research retreat in October at Nuffield College, which brought together researchers in Oxford that work on behavioural and experimental topics.


This event is usually held every two years, but returned after a four year break due to the pandemic. It takes the form of a one-day workshop in which everybody says something about themselves for about three minutes and whoever wants to present for longer (15-20min) gets the chance to do so.


The focus is on creating connections between researchers and encouraging collaborations. This time about 30 people attended, from Economics, Nuffield, Said Business School, Blavatnik, Anthropology, DPIR, ODID, Smith School, Global Priorities Institute, and Martin School. The feedback was enthusiastic and requests were made to hold the event annually. Full programme and LoP here.