Behavioural Economics Student Group Recruitment

Are you a student who is interested in Behavioural Economics? The University of Toronto now has a student group dedicated solely to the study of Behavioural Economics. Behavioural Economics Student Group (BESG) already has 40+ general members and 15 core members, committed to connecting students to those working in behavioural economics and organizing events that help gain insight into the field. The group conducts interviews with academics and people working in the private sector, talks with professors, such as U of T’s Robert Gazzale, and notifies its members about research positions and job opportunities in behavioral economics. They are also partnered with Behavioral Economics in Action at Rotman (BEAR) and with the Action Design Network.

Learn more about BESG here:

Behavioural Economics Student Group BE Insightful Learn More. We are a multi-disciplinary community of university students that educates and conducts experiments in behavioural economics.

BESG is looking for future executive members and core team members for the 2019-2020 academic year! If you are interested in being a part of the team, please fill out the recruitment form below:–GdIp44kTcBMIr6-g4lXMOQ5UJBbroJ5K3xm-K98SXpNgo7c0