On behalf of the organizers, we are delighted to invite you to attend and participate in the first Workshop on Applications of Revealed Preference (WARP). WARP is an online workshop (or regular periodic webinar), which emphasizes empirical applications of revealed preference analysis (very broadly defined). WARP aims to bring together applied practitioners, econometricians, and theorists working in the area, and applications would have a natural view towards addressing empirical questions through the analysis of data, be it experimental or field data.
Over the Summer of 2020, the WARP program consists of four biweekly workshops, held on July 1, July 15, July 29, and August 12 (which are Wednesdays) from 9.00am-11.00am SFO // 12.00pm-2.00pm NYC // 5.00pm-7.00pm LON. At each two-hour workshop, we have scheduled two speakers, each of whom has up to one hour of time. The event is going to be held over Zoom (with precise logistical details to follow in due course), and we aim to allow for interaction and interruptions by workshop participants as per usual (subject to some mild moderation due to the online format).
We hope that you can join us at WARP.
WARP Organizers (Richard Blundell, Ian Crawford, Thomas Demuynck, Federico Echenique, Yoram Halevy, Shachar Kariv, Yuichi Kitamura, Matthew Polisson, John Quah)