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2016 Invitational Choice Symposium – Lake Louise, Alberta

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The 10th Triennial Invitational Choice Symposium will be held at Lake Louise, Alberta (in the heart of the Canadian Rockies) May 14-17, 2016. It will be hosted by the University of Alberta, and chaired by Gerald Häubl and Peter Popkowski Leszczyc.

The call for workshop proposals will be issued in May 2015, and the submission deadline will be September 15, 2015.

About the Choice Symposium:
The purpose of the Triennial Invitational Choice Symposium is to provide a forum for in-depth interaction among the world’s preeminent scholars (from various scientific disciplines) in the domains of human choice behavior and decision making. These domains are defined broadly. In particular, the Choice Symposium is designed to facilitate discourse that will lead to advances both in our theoretical/substantive understanding of how people make choices and in the methods for studying choice behavior. The Symposium entails a number of parallel workshops on specific, well-defined themes. Each of these workshops is (a) organized by two or three thought leaders on a theme that they propose and (b) attended by a total of 10-12 additional participants who are invited by the workshop organizers.

About the Venue:
Lake Louise is located in Alberta’s Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The venue of the 2016 Choice Symposium is the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, an iconic lakefront hotel surrounded by spectacular mountains.

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