One objective of LABEL is to disseminate recent and novel research on the many facets of decision-making by organizing courses, workshops and conferences. Below are some examples of activities organized by our group.
Lab meetings meet every Thursday from 10:30am to 12:00pm in KAP 335. They are meant to discuss research ideas and current projects in our group. They also offer a lab experience to PhD students who have not yet decided on a dissertation topic.
We have designed a series of courses open to USC students interested in learning about decision-making from the perspective of Economics. Those classes offer an oveview of the methodology used in our field. Those classes can be taken in parallel to classes offered in other departments on related topics. We believe the study of decision-making can largely benefit from the combination of techniques and approaches. We encourage you to visit the Education page for more information.
We organize events to present our research to USC alumni or prospective students. During those events, we open the experimental laboratory for a short tour.
We design educational programs for children enrolled in schools we partner with. Those include field trips to LABEL, game theory fun classes and experimental science classes. Please visit the "Little Experimentalists" page for more information.