28 February 2018
We're excited to announce a new partnership with the University of Bath Economics Society.
As part of the partnership, Bath students get free access to Epsillion Publisher for non-commercial purposes. Just register your @bath.ca.uk email address as a Google account and sign into Epsillion Publisher with that Google account.
The Bath Economics Society (BEST) is the biggest society on the University of Bath campus with 500+ members. BEST runs academic and employability-focused events, as well as the BEST socials.
To kick off the partnership, Epsillion had the pleasure of sponsoring and participating in a panel discussion this month. A big thanks to Luke Appleton and Sam Pokar for organising it, and to all the students who contributed to the discussion.
It was great to hear about Dan Berry's work in Behavioural Economics--it turns out the reciprocity is more powerful than fear of loss in convincing people to donate their organs if the occasion arises--and get James Pomeroy's thoughts on common misperceptions in economics.