All aboard for the Bridge Bar!
The super Prof. Brañas-Garza is going to 'Ten Min Talk' to us this month about testosterone, babies, and economic behaviour as an adult (white coats and stethoscopes optional). We'll begin words at about 7:30pm (and have the bar all night, as per usual).
Pablo joined Middlesex University London in October 2012 as a Chair of Behavioural Economics. From 2008 to 2012 he was Professor of Economic Theory at the University of Granada (Spain). He did his PhD in Quantitative Economics (1997) In the University of Córdoba (Spain). His research focuses on experimental games and economic behaviour. More specifically he works on Altruism and Cooperative Behaviour, Cognitive Abilities and Preferences.
He has published in leading journals such us Games & Economic Behavior, PLoS ONE, Proceedings Royal Society B, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Economics Letters, Experimental Economics, Journal of Economic Psychology, Journal of Money, Credit & Banking.
He exists digital here; https://sites.google.com/site/pablobranasgarza/home
New day, new place – and the same great network.
SECOND-Tuesday-of-every-month informal evening gathering for communications, marketing, and research specialists working with behavioural sciences (behavioural economics, decision theory, psychology, neuromarketing, etc) in business or government who're in, or are visiting, London (UK).
We have a great new venue (or simply, 'a venue', if you’ve not been before) on the Tattershall Castle boat moored infront of London Eye at Embankment. http://www.thetattershallcastle.co.uk/contact-us/
The Bridge Bar is booked for us, with a great view of the Thames, a private bar, and a screen for a speaker. Here's a Google tour goo.gl/c9XBe It’s very close to Embankment Station (District, Circle, Bakerloo, Northern Line), Charing Cross (District, Circle, Bakerloo, Northern Line), Westminster (Jubilee Line), and a short hop over Hungerford bridge (the walkway one) to Waterloo Station.
It's the great networking place for practitioners, academics, and clients to meet and chat about all aspects of cognitive-behavioural communications – and it's in a central London location.
Feel free to drop by for a bit, or stay for a while. It’s a very friendly bunch, and all are welcome. And do bring buddies you think may enjoy it.
Here’s some more photos