Weekly Seminar – 10th April, 2014

Margaret Anne McConnell
Margaret Anne McConnell

On Thursday, 10th April, Margaret McConnell, from the Harvard School of Public Health, will be discussing her paper  “A Spoonful of Luck Makes the Medicine Look Good: Experimental Evidence on Adoption of Preventive Technologies with Stochastic Outcomes”, co-written with Günther Fink. Electronic copies of the paper will be furnished upon request.

Margaret McConnell is Assistant Professor of Global Health Economics at the Harvard School of Public Health. Her current research combines behavioral economics with field and laboratory experiments to understand and evaluate policies designed to change health and savings behavior. She is currently working on a number of field trials in Africa and Latin America related to messaging and behavior change, the formation of price expectations for health goods and the design of savings products and their impacts on health and health spending.

Weekly Seminar – 3rd April, 2014

On Thursday, 3rd April,  Kyle Hyndman from the University of Texas at Dallas will be discussing on “Bargaining with a Residual Claimant: An Experimental Study”, joint with Matthew Embrey, and Arno Riedl. The seminar will take place in Economics Department, Room 517 at 12:30pm.

Kyle is an assistant professor at the Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas. His main research interests are behavioural and experimental economics, though he has done research in industrial organisation, auctions, bargaining and behavioural operations management.

CESS Hosts the Seventh Annual NYU-CESS Experimental Political Science Conference

CESS is excited to have hosting the Seventh Annual NYU-CESS Experimental Political Science Conference this Spring on March 7th & 8th 2014
The Conference is an annual event that we hope will bring together researchers interested in experimental methodology in political science broadly. For more information and speakers list, please visit our conference webpage here.

192.168.1.1 Login Admin – How to Setup a Router 192.168.l.l IP?

In order to spot a specific device that’s connected to a network, there are appointed some addresses by the maker of that device or by the one that provides you the web, that is, your web Service supplier. This address is named associate degree science address or the web Protocol address. This address is provided to devices like computers, mobile phones, printers, routers and far a lot of. nowadays we’ll see the way to setup and tack a 192.168.1.1 router?

Its perform is therefore easy and simple to know. It serves 2 main functions that embrace distinctive the host or the network interface so it helps to find the address of that device. generally they’re fastened for good within the device and generally they’ll vary with the supplier of the network. This address helps to seek out out a specific device from a spread of devices that area unit connected to a personal network or a tool connected to a public network.

How to Setup and tack a 192.168.1.1 Router?

192.168.1.1 wireless router setting and configuration steps

This 192.168.1.1 is one kind of science address that the majority makers of routers use in their router devices as a default address in spite of if it’s a wireless router or a standard one. is} associate degree IPv4 address and it can be modified by the user whenever needed. therefore let’s take a glance at however a 192.168.1.1 router ip is setup and organized.

Setup and Configuration:

Follow the below-given steps to line up this router and tack it.

Set the Router’s Parameters:

You should connect your router to your laptop by the wireless means that or by a wired means that. it’s the wireless Wi-Fi methodology isn’t operating, then choose the wired methodology by means that of associate degree coax. Then on your laptop head to the net browser and within the search choice sort this 192.168.1.1 there. you’ve got entered the setup page of the router. The secret and username for work in area unit same for all and that they area unit ‘admin’ for each. currently the Setup Wizard can take you thru the setup method with the assistance of prompt choices and you’ve got to try to to the setup as you’re feeling convenient and PRN. You’ll have completed the Setup.

Start the Wireless Router Again:

Then head to the settings of the router. The SSID name is entered from the model of the router and you’ll be able to modification this as you would like and whenever you wish. you want to then provides it a secret as you’re feeling convenient and thereby you’ll be able to forestall rubbing of a network. By currently you’ve got completed the wireless settings. The boot the router and currently you merely ought to explore for an indication from consecutive step.

Search for Signals:

If you wish to attach your device to the web then you’ve got to go looking for a few Wi-Fi wireless signals. so as to try to to this, you want to modify a wireless card, then you explore for signals to seek out your wireless router’s SSID name and double-click it so it’s connected. Then you want to enter the new secret that you just set throughout the setup and watch for some amount of your time because it connects. when a while you’re connected to the web.

Now that you’ve learned to line up and tack your 192.168.1.1 wireless router settings you’ll be able to strive it reception. however there area unit some issues which will arise that you just got to take care area unit. They are:

A affiliation between your router and terminal computers.
you’ll enter the science address wrong generally.
If you happen to forget your secret, then do the setup once more by resetting your entire router once more.

CESS is pleased to welcome back Professor Ernst Fehr, NYU Global Distinguished Visiting Professor

Professor Ernst Fehr
Professor Ernst Fehr

Ernst Fehr is a global distinguished visiting professor here at NYU. Ernst visits NYU for 6 weeks out of the academic year. When not at NYU, Ernst is professor of Microeconomics and Experimental Economics at the University of Zurich since 1994. He was director of the Institute for Empirical Research in Economics and is presently chairman of the Department of Economics at the University of Zurich. He has been a Global Distinguished Professor at New York University since 2011 and was an affiliated faculty member of the Department of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from 2003 to 2011. He is a former president of the Economic Science Association and of the European Economic Association, an honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and John Kenneth Galbraith Fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences. He was recipient of the Marcel Benoist Prize in 2008.

All five CESS affiliated gratuate students on the market this year have found gainful employment!

Long-time CESS affiliated graduate students are now employed.