Consciousness and Intention in Economics and Philosophy

Kyoto Sangyo University (KSU) in December 2015

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Conference

学会参加は無料,土曜日の懇親会が2000円,当日徴収

Access

From JR Kyoto station, head to the Karasuma subway line. There is only one line running through Kyoto Station.
Take a train bound for Kokusaikaikan Station (280yen). 22mins Ride the train to the last stop (Kokusaikaikan).
Make you way to ground level via elevator directly opposite the ticket gates (and around the corner near the kiosk).
You can then either choose to take a taxi (approx 900yen) to the University, or a bus (190yen). The bus to take is #40.
Get off at Kyoto Sangyoudaigaku Mae.

 

キャプチャ

 

December 12, 2015

Building #5 3rd floor

December 12, 2015     Saturday
8:30 Registration (Building #5 1st floor)
9:00 Opening Speech   (5302)
9:15-10:15 Keynote 1: Kurt Gray   (5302)
10:30-11:30 Keynote 2: Maroš Servátka   (5302)
Lunch( Lounge Furusato)
12:30-13:30 Keynote 3: Masatoshi Yoshida   (5302)
Session A Session B
December 12, 2015 13:45 to 16:30
Room: 5301
An Experimental Economics Approach to the Knobe Effect
By Yan Zhou; Kyoto Sangyo University
Masashi Kasaki; Kyoto University
Sobei Oda; Kyoto Sangyo University
Presented by: Yan Zhou, Kyoto Sangyo University 

Meaningful Learning in Weighted Voting Games: An Experiment

By Eric Guerci; Universite ́ de Nice Sophia Antipolis (I.S.E.M.)
Nobuyuki Hanaki; GREDEG, Universite ́ de Nice Sophia Antipolis, and IUF.
Nao Ki Watanabe; Faculty of Engineering, Information, and Systeme. University of Tsukuba
Presented by: Nao Ki Watanabe, Faculty of Engineering, Information, and Systeme. University of Tsukuba

Economists’s Concept of Choice: An Experimental Study
By Michiru Nagatsu; University of Helsinki
Presented by: Michiru Nagatsu, University of Helsinki

Session Size and its Effect on Identity Building: Evidence from a Public Good Experiment
By Qian Weng; School of Labor and Human Resources, Renmin University of China
Presented by: Qian Weng, School of Labor and Human Resources, Renmin University of China

December 12, 2015 13:45 to 16:30

Room :5405
Diversity in cognitive ability enlarges mispricing
By Eizo Akiyama; University of Tsukuba
Nobuyuki Hanaki; GREDEG, Universite ́ de Nice Sophia Antipolis, and IUF.
Yukihiko Funaki; School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
R.Ishikawa;
Presented by: Eizo Akiyama, University of Tsukuba

Choice Set, Relative Income, and Inequity Aversion: Evidence from an Artefactual Field Experiment
By Haoran He; School of Economics and Business Administration, Beijing Normal University, Beijing
Keyu Wu; Department of Economics, University of Michigan, USA
Presented by: Haoran He, School of Economics and Business Administration, Beijing Normal University, Beijing

Dimensions of Mind-perception in Japan
By Hiroko Kamide; Tohoku University
Presented by: Hiroko Kamide, Tohoku University

Reaching Agreement on Trusting Behavior -Evidence on Cultural Differences from a Public Goods Game with Representatives
By Christiane Schwieren; Alfred Weber Institut fur Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Universitat Heidelberg
Yoshio Iida; Kyoto Sangyo University
Andrew Isaak; Universitat Mannheim, Germany
Presented by: Christiane Schwieren, Alfred Weber Institut fur Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Universitat Heidelberg

13:45-15:00 Yan Zhou Eizo Akiyama
Naoki Watanabe Haoran He
Coffee Break
15:15-16:30 Michiru Nagatsu Hiroko Kamide
Qian Weng Christiane Schwieren
17:00-19:00 Banquet ( Lpinge Furusato)

 

December 13, 2015

Building #5 3rd floor

December 13, 2015     Sunday
9:15-10:15 Keynote 4: Nick Feltovich   (5302)
10:30-11:30 Keynote 5: Shaun Nichols   (5302)
Lunch( Provided)
12:30-13:30 Keynote 6: James Konow   (5302)
Session A Session B
December 13, 2015 13:45 to 16:30
Room :5301
Relevance between Eye-Movements, Choice Behaviors on The Prisoner’s Dilemma Games and Willingness to Pay for A Quasi-Public Good
By Takashi Kurihara; Graduate School of Economics, Waseda University
Yukihiko Funaki; School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
Presented by: Takashi Kurihara, Graduate School of Economics, Wasoeda University

 

Game-Theoretical and Monetary Payoffs in Laboratory Experiments
By Robert F. Veszteg; School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
Yukihiko Funaki; School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
Presented by: Robert F. Veszteg, School of Ploitical Science and Economics, Wasoeda University

An Experiment on Behavior, Learning, and Forgetfulness in Inductive Game Theory
By A. Takeuchi; Ritsumeikan University
Yukihiko Funaki; School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University
M. Kaneko; Waseda University
J. J. Kline; University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Presented by: M. Kaneko, Waseda University

December 13, 2015 13:45 to 16:30
Room :5405
Vegetative State, Conscious Ascription and Misrepresentation: a New Methodology
By Hyungrae Noh; department of Philosophy, University of Iowa, United States
Presented by: Hyungrae Noh, department of Philosophy, University of Iowa, United States 

Different Impressions of Other Agents Obtained Through Social Interaction Uniquely Modulate Dorsal and Ventral Pathway Activities in the Social Human Brain
By Hideyuki Takahashi; Osaka University
Presented by: Hideyuki Takahashi, Osaka University

 

Mirror for Communication: The Mirror Neuron System Activity in the Formation of Symbolic Communication Systems
By Guanhong Li; Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST)
Takeshi Konno; Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST)
Jiro Okuda; Kyoto Sangyo University
Takashi Hashimoto; Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST)
Presented by: Guanhong Li; Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST)

13:45-15:00 Takashi Kurihara Hyungrae Noh
Robert F. Veszteg Hideyuki Takahashi
Coffee Break
15:15-16:00 Mamoru Kaneko Guanhong Li

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