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The University of East Anglia school of Economics organized their 5th annual workshop on behavioral game theory at the King’s center in downtown Norwich between the 11-12 of July. This annual event is a truly remarkable assembly of researchers interested and working in the intersection of behavioral economics and game theory. This year’s theme was works on information disclosure and Bayesian persuasion and I feel very lucky to have been accepted to present my paper “Incentives or Persuasion? An Experimental Investigation“. There were 15 presentations in total with keynote speakers being Alessandro Lizzeri, Maria Montero and Erik Eyster. It was a very productive two days, meeting established researchers as well as fellow graduate students in the field, learning about new works and getting feedback on my paper. Do check out the work of the co-organizer Stefan Penczyski. See the two-day schedule below.