Research meeting; Measuring Risk Preferences
On Monday, December 13, 2021 a Netspar research meeting on the theme of Measuring Risk Preferences will be held.
Netspar research meetings are aimed solely at academic researchers affiliated with Netspar and are intended as a platform to present and discuss recent research on a topic related to the broad area of aging, pensions, and retirement. These meetings also facilitate discussions of future research topics and potential collaborations. The program will also regularly include informative contributions on current policy topics. It is our intention to organize such a research meeting four times a year. Suggestions on topics for future meetings are most welcome.
Netspar fellows Arno Riedl and Bas Donkers will kick-off this new series of Netspar research meetings with presentations on their highly relevant work on measuring the risk preferences of individuals.
Monday December 13, 2021
10:00h – 10:15h Welcome and introduction by Mathijs van Dijk 10:15h – 11:00h Arno Riedl (MU) : Measuring risk preferences and field behavior: What we do not know 11:10h – 11:55h Bas Donkers (EUR): How to (realistically) measure risk profiles? 11:55h – 12:00h Roundup/summary by Mathijs van Dijk