Seminars 2012

Fall 2012

  • Speaker: Daniela Puzzello ( Indiana University )

09/13/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “Gift Exchange versus Monetary Exchange: Theory and Evidence”

  • Speaker:  Muriel Niederle (Stanford University )

09/27/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “Identifying Predictable Players”, joint with Dan Fragiadakis, Asen Ivanov and Dan Knoepfle

  • Speaker: Mark Zajicek (University of Economics in Prague)

10/10/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “Asset Market Bubbles with OLG”

  • Speaker:  Ned Augenblick ( HAAS School of Business, University of California, Berkeley )

10/11/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “Working Over Time: Dynamic Inconsistency in Real Effort Tasks”

  • Speaker:  Robert Slonim ( University of Sydney )

10/25/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “Blood Donation Registries: A Lab and Natural Field Experiment”

  • Speaker:  Kfir Eliaz ( Brown University )

11/01/12       12:30 pm

Paper: “Multidimensional Ellsberg”, joint with Pietro Ortoleva, Caltech

  • Speaker: Guillaume Hollard ( Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne )

11/08/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “Do non-strategic players really exist? Evidence from experimental games involving step reasoning”, joint with Jose de Sousa and Antoine Terracol

  • Speaker:  Daniel J. Benjamin (Cornell University)

11/29/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “Biased Beliefs About Random Samples: Evidence from an Integrated Experiment”

Spring 2012

  • Speaker: David Eil (George Mason University)

03/22/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “Hypobolic Discounting and Willingness-to-Wait”

  • Speaker: Lise Vesterlund (University of Pittsburgh)

03/29/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “Why do people give? An experimental test of pure and impure altruism”

  • Speaker: Jean-Robert Tyran (University of Vienna)

04/05/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “The Price of Prejudice”

  • Speaker: Tore Ellingsen (Stockholm School of Economics)

04/19/12      12:30 pm

Paper:  “How Does Communication Affect Beliefs?”

  • Speaker: Tim Cason (Purdue University)

04/26/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “Winner-Take-All and Proportional-Prize Contests: Theory and Experimental Results

  • Speaker: Stephanie Wang (University of Pittsburgh)

05/03/12      12:30 pm

Paper: “Prediction in Networks”