Neuroeconomics of Disadvantage Workshop – School of Economics Neuroeconomics of Disadvantage Workshop – School of Economics

Neuroeconomics of Disadvantage Workshop

Neuroeconomics of Disadvantage Workshop

(Pre-FUR event)

The University of Sydney will host a workshop on the Neuroeconomics of disadvantage in the lead up to the FUR conference.

This meeting will focus on applications of decision theory to pressing societal issues, including but not limited to addiction, self-control, mental health, limited cognitive resources.

Contributions from theoretical and empirical research that use behavioural and biologically realistic decision theory to explain and find solutions to these societal problems are welcome.

Key Information

Dates: 27-28 June 2024

Location: School of Economics, Social Sciences Building (A02) University of Sydney, NSW 2006



Organizers: Professor Agnieszka Tymula and Dr Juliana Silva Goncalves (University of Sydney)



Keynote speakers


Professor Paul Glimcher, New York University


Professor Adeline Delavande, University of Technology Sydney



Submissions open on the 30th of October 2023. They will close on the 15th of January 2024 (same as FUR Conference).

Please Submit Here

Submission decisions will be communicated on the 23rd of February 2024. You are encouraged to submit early. If you need an early decision, indicate this requirement in your submission and we will review your submission ahead of these deadlines.


The registration deadline is the 1st of May, 2024 (same as FUR Conference). The workshop is generously sponsored by University of Sydney, School of Economics and is free to attend. Participants do need to register though, for catering purposes. Participants are responsible for their own expenses, including travel and accommodation.

Accommodation suggestions:

Veriu Broadway

Mercure Sydney

Four Points by Sheraton

Social Program:

Further details to follow.

If you have any questions or require further information please email 



Jun 27 - 28 2024


All Day

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