Richard Thaler in London on Dec. 4th talking about the behavioral economics of regulation

We know there are quite a few Nudge blog readers living and working in London, a city that Richard Thaler has been traveling to regularly over the past few months. He’ll be there again in a few weeks, this time wearing his professorial hat rather than his behavioral adviser one. Thaler will give a luncheon keynote titled “The Behavioural Economics of Regulation: Lessons from the Financial Crisis, the Oil Spill, and the World Cup” at a Booth School of Business symposium.

Thaler’s talk, on Saturday December 4th (from 11:30-2 p.m.) is part of a full weekend of Booth events. The lunch will be at the Institute of Chartered Accountants Hall, 1 Moorgate Place, London, EC2R 6EA, and tickets are £60 (that includes all the talks, not just Thaler’s.) More information is here.