• July 30 - August 5, 2017
  • Partially Funded
  • Prague

Behavioral sciences encompass aspects of many disciplines such as economics, psychology, sociology, political science, anthropology, and those aspects of biology that deal with human behavior to study the nature of information processing, judgment and decision making.

In relation to public policy, it concerns the efforts of policy makers to take account of natural and normative psychological and behavioral processes in the analysis of consumer behavior, media psychology, social organization, operations research, etc.

The Center for Behavioral Experiments in cooperation with CEVRO Institute is pleased to invite you to the CEBEX Summer School on Behavioral Sciences to consider the topic of “Behavioral Public Policy”, where we will discuss and discover new trends and innovations in public policy creation.


Czech Republic


  • get to know how to design behaviorally informed public policies
  • meet people from across the world
  • get 6 ECTS credits


Anyone can apply, but especially university students in the related fields:

  • economics
  • psychology
  • sociology
  • political science
  • anthropology
  • biology
Eligible Regions: Open for All

Application Process

  • To attend the CEBEX SUMMER SCHOOL 2017, please fill in the registration form.
  • After registering for the summer school, you will receive a confirmation and payment instructions. Please remember that your registration is only complete after payment.

Application Deadline: June 18, 2017

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