New Frontiers in Behavioural Economics| Predictive Policy and Machine Learning

IPAA and the BETA unit at PM&C are pleased to host an address on Behavioural Economics.

IPAA ACT and the Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government (BETA) are excited to host behavioural economics’ global star Sendhil Mullainathan and rising young academic Ziad Obermeyer.  
In his first visit to Australia, Sendhil will present on predictive policy – how it can solve some of society’s most difficult problems and why it matters to government policy making. His research is paving the way in solving social problems with behavioural economics, relevant for all policy makers and public servants.

  Sendhil Mullainathan
Professor of Economics
Harvard University

  Ziad Obermeyer
Assistant Professor
Harvard Medical School

This is an incredible opportunity to hear from one of the world’s leading thinkers on behavioural economics. Sendhil Mullainathan is a MacArthur Genius Award recipient, labelled a “Top 100 Thinker” by Foreign Policy Magazine and named to the “Smart List: 50 people who will change the world” by Wired Magazine (UK). He is the author of Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much (with Eldar Shafir) and co-founder of J-PAL and non-profit research organisation ideas42.

To find out more about Sendhil Mullainathan:

Corporate and Individual members - $60 per person
Corporate Discount - $50 per person for 5 or more tickets

Non-members - $120 per person

This event is booked out.

Event Properties

Event Date Tuesday 28 March 2017
Event Time 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Members Price $60
Non-Members Price $120
Venue National Gallery of Australia
All prices are in Australian Dollars and GST inclusive