On May 7th and 8th, Columbia University will hold an invitation-only Choice Architecture Workshop, designed to talk about nudges that go beyond simple defaults and also explore potential applications. I’m looking forward to hearing many interesting talks, especially those from Cass Sunstein, Eric Johnson, Dan Goldstein. Together with Christoph Ungemach, I will be giving a talk the afternoon of the 8th called “Customizing Choice Architecture using Signposts”.
On May 9th and 10th, the Center for Research on Environmental Decisions will hold its annual meeting. I’m looking forward to hearing many interesting talks, especially those from Elke Weber, David Hardisty, Michel Handgraaf. I will be giving a talk the afternoon of the 9th called “Environmental Consumer Labels: Scale effects”.