The Symposium on Economic Experiments in Developing Countries (SEEDEC) is organised annually, each year in different venues, and brings together the community of scholars who employ laboratory experimental economics methods for research in developing countries.
Future SEEDEC Conference
SEEDEC 2018 will be organised by Wageningen University. Please contact Maarten Voors at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Past SEEDEC Conferences
The conference took place in Nairobi, Kenya and was organised by the Busara Center for Behavioural Economics. The Keynote speakers were Edward Miguel from University of California, Berkeley and Muriel Niederle from Stanford University.
The conference was held at CERGE-EI in Prague, Czech Republic. The keynote speakers were Nava Ashraf from the London School of Economics, and Armin Falk from the University of Bonn.
The conference was held at the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen, Norway. The keynote speakers were Oriana Bandiera from the London School of Economics, and Gary Charness from the University of Santa Barbara.
The 2013 conference was also held at the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen. This year the keynote speakers were Abigail Barr, University of Nottingham and Charles Sprenger, Stanford University (now at Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego).
The second, 2012 conference again took place at the University of California at Berkeley. That years’ keynote lecture was delivered by Sendhil Mullainathan from Harvard University.
The first conference took place at the University of California at Berkeley. Apart from 10 paper presentations a panel discussion on the role of economic experiments in development was organized with Nava Ashraf, Colin Camerer, Uri Gneezy, and Chris Udry as speakers