Newcastle Experimental Economics Workshop

We are happy to announce the inaugural Newcastle Experimental Economics Workshop. The workshop will be held on 10 and 11 November 2022 at Newcastle University, UK.

The focus of the workshop will be on experimental research in economics, the psychology of decision making, and applications to, for example, environment and health. It will consist of two keynote lectures and submitted short presentations.

We are planning for a small-scale in-person workshop. Thanks to generous support from the Business School, there will be no registration fee for participants selected to present (but unfortunately we are unable to cover accommodation or travel expenses).

We are pleased to announce two excellent keynote speakers:
Matteo Galizzi (London School of Economics)
Friederike Mengel (University of Essex & Lund University)

The deadline for the submission of full research papers is 15 August 2022. Please submit your paper here:

We look forward to welcoming you to Newcastle!

Keynote speakers


Matteo M. Galizzi is Associate Professor of Behavioural Science, Co-Director of the LSE Executive MSc in Behavioural Science, and Co-Director of the LSE Behavioural Lab. He is affiliated to the LSE Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science (PBS), and he is in the Steering Groups of the LSE Global Health Initiative and of the LSE Behavioural Science Hub. Matteo is a behavioural and experimental economist working on behavioural experiments in health and public policy. Matteo serves as the LSE local lead of the UK Reproducibility Network (UKRN), and is the co-founder and coordinator of the Behavioural Experiments in Health Network (BEH-net).


Friederike Mengel is a Professor of Economics at the University of Essex and a Visiting Guest Professor at Lund University. Much of her research is on (Evolutionary) Game Theory and Learning with a particular interest in learning across games and categorization as well as models of (bounded) rationality more generally. Another focus of her research is the study of behaviour in social networks and the emergence of social norms. Friederike also works on social identity, the formation of preferences and discrimination. Friederike was awarded an ERC Starting grant in 2018 for her work on Opinion Dynamics.