For anyone thinking, teaching, or writing in the area of consumer financial decision making, the Boulder Summer conference is top notch. The last time I attended, the keynote from Dick Thaler addressed SMART disclosure, Tess Wilkinson-Ryan presented empirical evidence showing that borrowers are less likely to feel obligated to repay debts when those debts have been sold to third parties than when held by the original creditor, Linda Salisbury presented empirical work on the effectiveness of CARD Act minimum payment warnings, and Credit Slips' own Bob Lawless presented evidence of discrimination in advice given to bankruptcy filers. Abstracts are due this week if you have something you'd like to present (submit abstract link). The conference is May 18-20, 2014 at the swanky St. Julien Hotel in beautiful Boulder, Colorado. Official conference description follows the jump.