Posted on 7 March 2018
FUR is an interdisciplinary conference bringing together decision theorists, behavioural scientists, economists, psychologists, mathematicians, management scientists, medical and health scientists, philosophers, statisticians, and other researchers.
The FUR conferences have been held all over the world every two years, since they were founded by Maurice Allais and Ole Hagen in 1982.
Prof John Hey, Emeritus Professor of Economics and Statistics at York and organiser of the conference said: "We are honoured and proud to be hosting FUR 2018 in York.
"Currently, it is one of the most prestigious conferences in behavioural science, and we are looking forward to welcoming an international and interdisciplinary crowd of researchers in York."
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