May 7 - 8th, 2013 at Columbia University
Co-sponsored by CDS, CRED, and NUSSROSE
Eric Johnson: IntroductionRick Larrick: Representing Attributes: Principles and Challenges
Gerald Häubl: Active Tools: Screening and Customization
David Schkade: The Role of Hedonic Forecasting in Choice Architecture
Sunita Sah: The Overprescription of Disclosure in Managing Conflicts of Interest
Dan Goldstein: Defaults
Tom Baker: Choice Architecture and Health Insurance Exchanges: What We Know and Don't Know, and the Research Opportunities that Lie Ahead (Blitz)
Kevin Volpp: Choice Architecture as Part of a Ladder of Behavioral Economic Interventions (Blitz)
Gretchen Chapman: Shots, Subs, & Steps: Some Nudges to Improve Health Behavior (Blitz)
Dan Bartels: Helping People Help Their Future Selves (Blitz)
Suzanne Shu: Annuities (Blitz)
Dan Goldstein: How the Distribution Builder Helps People Express What They Know (Blitz)
David Schkade: Sensitivity of Choice Architecture Design to Environment (Blitz)
Elke Weber: Introduction
Jonathan Levav: Decision Simplification
Noah Goldstein: Leveraging Social Norms to Change Behavior: Practices, Pitfalls, and Promise
Karen Ehrhardt-Martinez: Choice Architecture, Carbon Footprints, and Energy Efficiency
Michael Vandenbergh: Private Carbon Labeling (Blitz)
Amanda Carrico: Rebound vs. Gateway Effects of Pro-environmental Behavior (Blitz)
Ruth Bell: Choice Architecture as Underappreciated Tools for Policy Makers (Blitz)
Elke Weber: Weathering the Storm: Opposition to Policy Change is Predictable and Transitory (Blitz)
Cass Sunstein: Automatically Green
Eric Johnson: (Choice) Architecture Appreciation: Do Decision-Makers Have Good Taste?
David Budescu: Is There an Optimal Mode of Communicating Uncertainty? (Blitz)
Christoph Ungemach and Adrian Camilleri: Customizing Choice Architecture using Signposts (Blitz)
Hal Hershfield: Using the Past to Mirror the Future (Blitz)
Jonathan Levav: Reverse Default Effects (Blitz)
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On the Ave Hotel
2178 Broadway (at W 77th Street), New York, NY 10024
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Directions from hotel to Columbia University
Walk to 79th Street. Take the 1 subway, uptown, to 116th Street/Columbia University stop (5 stops ~ 7 minutes)
Directions from 116th subway stop (the main gates of Columbia on Broadway) to the DA Workshop DAY1 location (Uris Hall 140)
Uris Hall is located in the main Morningside Campus between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenues. Enter campus through gates at 116th and Broadway. Make a left on college walk in front of Low Library (the building with the dome) and climb the stairs. Keep walking north passing Low Library and Uris Hall is the building right behind it.
Directions from 116th subway stop (the main gates of Columbia on Broadway) to the Day 1 lunch location (Faculty House)
Faculty House is located on Columbia University’s East Campus on Morningside Drive, north of 116th Street. Leave main campus through gates on 117th and Amsterdam. Walk a block down to 116th and Amsterdam and cross the street towards Morningside Drive (east). After passing Jerome Greene Hall on the left, enter Wien courtyard through the gates. Follow courtyard around to the right. Faculty House will be the last building on the right.
Directions from Uris Hall to Bistro Ten 18 (dinner location for Day 1)
Bistro Ten 18 is located at the SW corner of 110th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. To walk from Uris Hall to Bistro Ten 18 you can exit the campus from the gate on 116th and Amsterdam Avenue and walk down six blocks to 110th Street and Amsterdam Avenue (~ 15 minutes).
Directions from On the Ave to Bistro Ten 18 (dinner location for Day 1)
To arrive at Bistro Ten 18 from the hotel you could take the 1 train up to 110th Street (Cathedral Parkway) and walk east for an avenue from Broadway to Amsterdam.
Directions from 116th subway stop (the main gates of Columbia on Broadway) to the DA Workshop DAY2 location (William and June Warren Hall)
Warren Hall is located on Columbia University’s East Campus on Amsterdam Ave, south of 116th Street. Enter campus through gates at 116th and Broadway. Cross to the east side of Amsterdam Ave and turn right to walk south. Warren Hall will be on your left.
Directions from 116th subway stop (the main gates of Columbia on Broadway) to the Keynote Speech on location (Schermerhorn Hall)
Schermerhorn Hall is located back on the main campus. Enter campus through gates at 117th and Broadway. Climb the stairs and make a right. Pass the small courtyard between Avery and Fayerweather and Schermerhorn will be right across you.
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