The early registration fee will be US$300 (AU$460) for full academics and US$150 (AU$230) for students until the 1st May.
As of the 2nd May, the late registration fees will be US$400 (full / AU$614) and US$200 (student / AU$307) with the late registration closing on the 1st June. Please note that the late registration fees will depend on the exchange rate available on the 2nd May.
Dinner at the Opera House
Given that we have a larger number of submissions than the function area in the Opera House can hold, we have booked additional space in the Opera House restaurant so that we are able to accommodate all participants. By default, the first people to register will be allocated to the main dining room. Once this has been filled, all other attendees who registered will be offered the restaurant. The cost of the dinner is US$80 (AU$120).
Public lecture event associated with the FUR Conference
We are glad to let you know that, in addition to the academic program of the conference, Adam Oliver (LSE) will give a public lecture in the late afternoon on Thursday, 2nd July, on “The ethics of behavioural influence: nudging and behavioural policy”.
Adam is the Chief Editor of the journal Behavioural Public Policy and he has recently published “Reciprocity and the Art of Behavioural Public Policy” (2019).
For organisational purposes, you will be asked at registration if you will be attending the lecture (attendance is free).
This information will be distributed shortly.
Please ensure you have a valid visa when travelling to Australia.
Please refer to the Australian Government: Department of Home Affairs’ website for further information: https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/visi/visi.
Please email Natascha.McQuilty@uts.edu.au with your full name and address, should you require an invitation letter.
1st of May, 2020
Regular Registration deadline
1st of June 2020
Late Registration deadline
July 1-4, 2020
FUR 2020 Conference dates