The Irish Economics and Psychology Conference has been taking place every year since 2008. Prof Liam Delaney (now at LSE) has been the leading figure in this event series. The conference has grown tremendously reflecting the growth of the work at the edges of economics and psychology (e.g., behavioural economics, economics psychology, behavioural science, behavioural public policy, judgement and decision making) internationally and in Ireland.
The purpose of the conference is to develop the links between Economics, Psychology, and cognate disciplines throughout Ireland. A special theme of these academic events is the implications of behavioural insights for public policy. Seminars directed towards policy makers are organised by the Irish Behavioural Science and Policy Network.
You can find the links to the programmes of previous Annual Irish Economics and Psychology Conferences below. Information about the 2023 conference will be posted on this website later in the year.