Norms and Behavioral Change Conference 2021
University of Pennsylvania
In order to do everything possible to support health and safety in this unusual time, and to guarantee that we can appropriately gather our researchers and guests in the safest way possible, the Planning Committee has decided to postpone the NoBeC Conference to the Spring/Fall 2021. We will post updates and confirm the exact schedule in this web page as we continue to monitor the situation following the guidelines of the University of Pennsylvania in regards to the campus reopening.
This two-day conference brings together researchers studying the relationships between social norms and behavioral change. This includes, but is not limited to, experimental, empirical, and theoretical research investigating the formation, change, and abolishment of norms and their role in affecting and being affected by individual and collective behavior. This conference invites researchers and practitioners working at the intersection of social norms and behavioral changes and its applications in the fields of economics, psychology, political science, public health and other adjacent fields.
We will include details about the upcoming workshop in this section.
For last year’s program: