Frequently Asked Questions

We invite submissions from interested researchers on any topic at the intersection of Behavioural and Development Economics. While we welcome work on already studied topics such as time preference, risk, investment, and saving, we particularly encourage papers on under-studied applications of behavioural economics to development issues.

Examples of possible topics include: preferences, cognition, and productivity under conditions of scarcity; formation of beliefs in low-information environments and their effects on behaviour; intra-household allocation in production and consumption; redistributive preferences and economic outcomes; behaviour in matching processes; culture, norms, and trust.

We welcome work from outside economics as long as it studies some aspect of economic behaviour, broadly construed, with relevance to development economics.

What is happening and when?

You can find all of the key dates and deadlines in the build up to the BREAD Conference on Behavioural Economics and Development below:

13 AUGUST 2019

Call for papers opens for submissions.
Find out how to submit a paper in our FAQs.

20 SEPTEMBER 2019
23:59 GMT

DEADLINE - Call for papers closes

OCTOBER 2019

Applicants should receive a decision regarding acceptance of their application by the end of October.

TBC

Registration booking opens.

TBC

DEADLINE - All funded participants and presenters to have confirmed attendance and completed online registration.

TBC

Programme finalised

TBC

DEADLINE - Registration and accommodation booking closes for all participants.

05 FEBRUARY 2020

Conference begins!

07 FEBRUARY 2020

Mind & Behaviour One-day Conference

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