The interdisciplinary research group in Behavioral Decision Making was formed in 2003. Our purpose is to draw together scholars with diverse disciplinary backgrounds and shared research interests in the behavioral analysis of judgment and decision making.
In so doing, we hope to foster greater communication and more frequent collaboration among participants. Toward that end, we sponsor a research seminar series that meets from 12:15-1:30pm on the second and fourth Fridays of each month during the academic year, promulgate a working paper series, and provide curriculum advice to doctoral students. We welcome participation from all interested faculty and students from UCLA and neighboring institutions.
Co-chairs: Shlomo Benartzi, Craig Fox.
Join us for the next BDM Colloquium:
May 22, 2015 | 12:15-1:30 pm | Cornell Hall - D307
Uma R. Karmarkar | Harvard Business School
"Choosing Without Knowing: Asymmetric Effects of Favorable and Unfavorable Information in Uncertain Decisions"
If you would like to meet with Uma before or after her talk, contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org | 310-825-2881
To receive emailed announcements for our talks, contact email@example.com | 310-825-2881.
Winter 2015 Schedule
February 6 | Co-sponsored by UCLA School of Law
February 20 | Co-sponsored by Management & Organizations
Fall 2014 Schedule
To locate faculty with expertise in specific topics see the Faculty Expertise Guide.