09th November 2020 17:30:00 - 19:00:00 GMT
Talk/Webinar, Workshop, Interactive activity
How do we make better decisions about health, wealth or the climate? Experiments are a great way to find out. In this interactive event you are invited to immerse yourself into some classic experiments on decision -making that will tell you about your tolerance for risks, whether you are a cooperative person, and what may keep you from helping others more. In the second part of the event researchers from University of Birminham's behavioural economics group will explain how they apply similar experiments to help policymakers make better decisions about Covid-19, stopping climate change or helping those in need. This event will be led by the experimental economics group at the University of Birmingham, including Dr Johannes Lohse, Dr Rebecca McDonald, Dr Danae Arroyos-Calvera, and Prof Kimberley Scharf.
Four years of welcoming resettled families: Reflections on the UK’s Community Sponsorship Scheme
12th November 2020 | 13:00- !5:00
The impact of covid-19 on the early years childcare market in England
12th November 2020 | 14:00-15:30
Remote Work and Worker Well-Being in the Post-COVID-19 Era
12th November 2020 | 15:00:00 - 17:00:00 GMT
Migration and Vulnerability During the Pandemic: Barriers to Wellbeing
13th November 2020 | 12:00-13:30
Fascism Past and Present: What lessons can we learn from Italy’s history?
13th November 2020 | 14:00-15:30
Switched on for sound: how one device changed deaf children’s lives forever
13th November 2020 | 18:00:00 - 19:30:00 GMT