- Speaker: Pietro Ortoleva (Columbia Univeristy)
Paper: Stochastic Choice and Hedging , joint with Marina Agranov.
- Speaker: Margaret McConnell (Harvard)
Paper: Framing, Noisy Learning and Adoption of Prevention in the Lab, joint with Guenther Fink.
- Speaker: Judd B. Kessler (Wharton Business School)
Paper: Experimental Investigations of Deceased Organ Donation (joint with Al Roth)
- Speaker: Pedro Dal Bo (Brown University)
Paper: The Demand for Bad Policy When Voters Underappreciate Equilibrium Effects, joint with Ernesto Dal Bo and Erik Eyster.
- Speaker: Isabel Trevino (New York University)
- Speaker: Gary Charness (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Paper: Let’s talk: How communication affects contract design, joint with Jordi Brandts & Matthew Ellman.
- Speaker: Erkut Ozbay (University of Maryland)
Paper: Do Lottery Payments Induce Savings Behavior? Evidence from the Lab, joint with Emel Filiz-Ozbay, Jonathan Guryan, Kyle Hyndman, Melissa Kearney.
- Speaker: Andrea Galeotti (University of Essex)
Paper: Trading in Networks: Theory and Experiment
- Speaker: Cars Hommes (University of Amsterdam)
- Speaker: Marco Castillo (George Mason University)
Paper: “A Two-Way Street: Multiple Price Lists and the Common Ratio Effect”
- Speaker:Victoria Prowse (Cornell University)
Paper: “Cognitive ability and learning to play equilibrium: A level-k analysis”, joint with David Gil.
- Speaker:Antonio Penta (University of Wisconsin)
Paper “Level-k Reasoning and Incentives”, joint with Larbi Alaoui.
- Speaker:Bradley Ruffle (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
Paper: “First-mover Advantage in Two-Sided Competitions: An Experimental Comparison of Role-Assignment Rules”, joint with Oscar Volij.
- Speaker: Rosemarie Nagel (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Paper: “Correlated Shocks in Keynesian Beauty Contest Games”, joint with Jess Benhabib and John Duffy.