Speakers List

List of speakers who presented at CESS Seminars.

 SpeakerTopicDate
Salvatore Nunnari
Columbia University
TBA8th May, 2014
Dirk Engelmann
University of Mannheim, Germany
Who Cares for Social Image?24th April, 2014
Clayton Featherstone
The Wharton School
TBA17th April, 2014
Margaret McConnell
Harvard School of Public Health
TBA10th April, 2014
Kyle Hyndman
University of Texas at Dallas
Bargaining with a Residual Claimant: An Experimental Study03rd April, 2014
Klaus Wälde
Universität Mainz, Germany
Stress and Coping – An Economic Approach27th March, 2014
Ignacio Esponda
Stern Business School, New York University
Learning from an Endogenously Selected Sample in Common Value Environments: a Laboratory Study13th March, 2014
Andrea Galeotti
University of Essex
Trading in Networks: Theory and Experiment12th Dec, 2013
Erkut Ozbay
University of Maryland
Do Lottery Payments Induce Savings Behavior? 21st Nov, 2013
Gary Charness
University of California, Santa Barbara
Let’s talk: How communication affects contract design7th Nov, 2013
Isabel Trevino
New York University
Channels of Financial Contagion: Theory and Experiments31st Oct, 2013
Pedro Dal Bo
Brown University
The Demand for Bad Policy When Voters Underappreciate Equilibrium Effects, joint with Ernesto Dal Bo and Erik Eyster17th Oct, 2013
Judd B. Kessler
Wharton Business School
Experimental Investigations of Deceased Organ Donation10th Oct, 2013
Margaret McConnell
Harvard
Framing, Noisy Learning and Adoption of Prevention in the Lab9th Sep, 2013
Pietro Ortoleva
Columbia Univeristy
Stochastic Choice and Hedging 12th Sep, 2013
Rosemarie Nagel
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Correlated Shocks in Keynesian Beauty Contest Games2nd May, 2013
Bradley Ruffle
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
First-mover Advantage in Two-Sided Competitions: An Experimental Comparison of Role-Assignment Rules25th April, 2013
Antonio Penta
University of Wisconsin
Level-k Reasoning and Incentives18th April, 2013
Victoria Prowse
Cornell University
Cognitive ability and learning to play equilibrium: A level-k analysis4th April, 2013
Marco Castillo
George Mason University
A Two-Way Street: Multiple Price Lists and the Common Ratio Effect14th March, 2013
Cars Hommes
University of Amsterdam
A behavioral heterogeneous expectations hypothesis: evidence from lab experiments.7th March, 2013
Daniel J. Benjamin
Cornell University
Biased Beliefs About Random Samples: Evidence from an Integrated Experiment29th Nov, 2012
Guillaume Hollard
Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne
Do non-strategic players really exist? Evidence from experimental games involving step reasoning8th Nov, 2012
Kfir Eliaz
Brown University
Multidimensional Ellsberg1st Nov, 2012
Robert Slonim
University of Sydney
Blood Donation Registries: A Lab and Natural Field Experiment25th Oct, 2012
Ned Augenblick
HAAS School of Business, University of California, Berkeley
Working Over Time: Dynamic Inconsistency in Real Effort Tasks11th Oct, 2012
Mark Zajicek
University of Economics in Prague
Asset Market Bubbles with OLG10th Oct, 2012
Muriel Niederle
Stanford University
Identifying Predictable Players27th Sep, 2012
Daniela Puzzello
Indiana University
Gift Exchange versus Monetary Exchange: Theory and Evidence13th Sep, 2012
Stephanie Wang
University of Pittsburgh
Prediction in Networks3rd May, 2012
Tim Cason
Purdue University
Winner-Take-All and Proportional-Prize Contests: Theory and Experimental Results26th April, 2012
Tore Ellingsen
Stockholm School of Economics
How Does Communication Affect Beliefs?19th April, 2012
Jean-Robert Tyran
University of Vienna
The Price of Prejudice5th April, 2012
Lise Vesterlund
University of Pittsburgh
Why do people give? An experimental test of pure and impure altruism29th March, 2012
David Eil
George Mason University
Hypobolic Discounting and Willingness-to-Wait22nd March, 2012
Lucas Coffman
Ohio State University
To Whom Are We Donating? Intermediation Reduces Differences in Donations across Charities1st Dec, 2011
Stephan Meier
Columbia Business School
Under-Savers Anonymous: Evidence on Self-Help Groups and Peer Pressure as a Savings Commitment Device17th Nov, 2011
Luigi Guiso
Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance
Understanding the size and profitability of Firms: The role of a biological factor4th Nov, 2011
Aniol Llorente-Saguer
Max-Planck
The Power of Sunspots: An Experimental Analysis3rd Nov, 2011
Emanuel Vespa
New York University
Cooperation in Dynamic Games27th Oct, 2011
Antonio Guarino
UCL
Social Learning in a Rich Action Space: Theory and Experiments20th Oct, 2011
Burkhard C. Schipper
U C Davis
Sex Hormones, Choice under Risk, and Competitive Bidding6th Oct, 2011
Theo Offerman
University of Amsterdam
Discrimination in the labor market: the role of competition between workers15th Sep, 2011
Jason Shachat
The Wang Yanan Institute for Studies in Economics, Xiamen University
Informational price cascades and non-aggregation of asymmetric information in experimental asset markets8th Sep, 2011
Charles Sprenger
UCSD
An Endowment Effect for Risk5th May, 2011
Martin Sefton
Nottingham
Voting Power in Weighted Voting Games: A Lobbying Approach14th April 2011
David Cooper
FSU
Help, Heterogeneity and Commitment in Experimental Coordination Games31st March, 2011
Alessandra Casella
Columbia
Centralized versus decentralized trading in markets for votes10th March, 2011
Ryan Oprea
UC Santa Cruz
Games of Economic Survival in the Lab24th Feb, 2011
Drew Fudenberg
Harvard
Slow to Anger and Quick to Forgive, Who Cooperates in Repeated Games 10th Feb, 2011
Ernesto Reuben
Columbia
Contribution Norms in Public Good Games with Heterogeneous Populations2nd Dec, 2010
Dan Friedman
UCSC
Separating the Hawks from the Doves: Evidence from Continuous Time Laboratory Games4th Nov, 2010
Yoram Halevy
UBC
Time Consistency: Stationarity and Time Invariance28th Oct, 2010
Attila Ambrus
Harvard
Cooperation over finite horizons: A theory and experiments14th Oct, 2010
Arno Riedl
Maastricht
Choosing interaction partners induces maximum effort in the minimum effort game7th Oct, 2010
Stefan Penczynski
Cornell
Persuasion and Strategic Thinking30th Sep, 2010
Angela de Oliveira
U. Mass. Amherst
Ethnicity, Community, and Local Public Good Provision22nd April, 2010
Gabriele Camera
Purdue Universtiy
Strategies for long-run cooperation: Experiments with students and workers11th March, 2010
Sigrid Suetens
Tilburg University
Strategic Complementarity and Cooperation4th March, 2010
John Ledyard
CalTech
Individual evolutionary learning, Other-Regarding Preferences, and the Voluntary Contribution Mechanism25th Feb, 2010
Antoni Bosch-Domènech
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
On the Role of Non-equilibrium Focal Points as Coordination Devices18th Feb, 2010
Ragan Petrie
George Mason University
A Field Experiment on Bargaining11th Feb, 2010
Pedro Rey-Biel
Autònoma de Barcelona
The Incentive Effects of Affirmative Action in a Real Effort Tournament3rd Dec, 2009
Erkut Ozbay
University of Maryland
Fear of Losing in Dynamic Auctions: An Experimental Study19th Nov, 2009
Marina Agranov
New York University
Flip-flopping: contrasting effects of intense primaries and general elections on selection of candidates5th Nov, 2009
Uri Gneezy
UC San Diego
Pricing Experimentation in Firms: Testing the Price Equal Quality Heuristics22nd Oct, 2009
Andrew Schotter
New York University
Blame-freeness and Reciprocity: an experimental design8th Oct, 2009
Barry Sopher
Rutgers
Information Aggregation and Communication in Group Decision Making24th Sep, 2009
Jim Andreoni
UC San Diego
Diverging Opinions23rd April, 2009
Steve Salant
University of Michigan
Putting free-riding to work: A Partnership Solution to the common-property problem16th April, 2009
Ariel Rubinstein
New York University
Edgar Allan Poe’s Riddle: Framing Effects in Repeated Matching Pennies Games9th April, 2009
Dan Friedman
UC Santa Cruz
Continuous Dilemmas2nd April, 2009
Marta Serra-Garcia
Tilburg University
Words or Actions? An Experimental Study on Signaling26th March, 2009
Wieland Muller
Tilburg University
Naked exclusion: Towards a behavioral approach to exclusive dealing12th March, 2009
John Wooders
University of Arizona
Does Experience Teach? Professionals and Minimax Play in the Lab26th Feb, 2009
Juan Dubra
Universidad de Montevideo
Does the Better-Than-Average Effect Show That People Are Overconfident?: An Experiment.12th Feb, 2009
Enrique Fatas
University of East Anglia
Cooperation and Status in Organizations29th Jan, 2009