About the symposium
The Invitational Choice Symposium focuses on the study of choice and decision making. The philosophy behind the Symposium is akin to US National Science Foundation workshop conferences that focus on one or more important scientific research topics in depth. The first Symposium was held in Banff, Canada in 1990, and symposia have been held every three years since then.
Many prestigious institutions have already hosted the conference, including Duke, NYU/Columbia, HEC (France), UC Berkeley, Colorado, University of Pennsylvania and the last edition was jointly hosted by the university of Miami and the University of Technology Sydney. The 2013 Symposium will be held at Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, as part of the activities surrounding its first centennial. The 2013 Symposium co-organizers are Benedict Dellaert, Professor of Marketing at the Erasmus School of Economics and Bas Donkers, Professor of Marketing Research at the Erasmus School of Economics.
This symposium provides an inter-disciplinary discussion of recent theoretical, empirical, and methodological advances in the study of choice and decision making. The aim of the Symposium is to provide a highly productive environment in which leading researchers can meet to assess the state of existing knowledge and set future research priorities in well-defined topical areas related to choice and decision making.
The 2013 Symposium will begin Wednesday evening, 12 June, and run through noon Sunday, 16 June, 2013 at Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin, Noordwijk, The Netherlands