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Slow Down, You Think Too Fast. The First Step to Becoming a Better Decision-Maker.

December 14, 2022; 9:00 AM-10:00 AM EST

We make choices every day. From the moment we wake up to the moment we fall asleep, we face decisions waiting for us. It would not be too much of an exaggeration to say that human life is a series of choices to be made. And we make these choices playing different roles: customers, executives, employees, governments, parents, and more.

Rooted in behavioral sciences, this masterclass focuses on how humans actually make choices. In particular, we will look into the dual process theory that depicts human thinking as based on two systems: fast and slow.

Our masterclass begins with an experiment during which participants solve problems. Their choices will be the basis for our discussion about humans and their thinking.

You will be able to learn some key takeaways:

• How we think: the dual process theory

• Fast system versus slow system: cognitive biases

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About Presenter:

Dr. Konrad Grabiszewski

Associate Professor of Economics at HEC Paris in Qatar

Dr. Konrad Grabiszewski is an Associate Professor of Economics at HEC Paris in Qatar. Previously, he was a faculty member at ITAM in Mexico, University of Miami in the USA, and MBSC in Saudi Arabia. He also held visiting positions at Keio University in Japan and KAUST in Saudi Arabia. He holds an MPhil in Economics from the University of Amsterdam, an MSc in Mathematics from the Courant Institute at New York University, and a PhD in Economics from the Stern School of Business at New York University.  

In his research, both theoretical and empirical, Dr. Konrad focuses on understanding how people make decisions in various contexts. He is an expert in game theory, decision theory, and behavioral economics. He has also tackled questions related to espionage, terrorism, and government regulations. Dr. Konrad is a co-creator of “Blues and Reds,” the first ever mobile experiment in social sciences. His research has been published in multiple outlets like Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Conflict Resolution, or Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.