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Departmental Seminar

 


Winter Term 2017/2018

 

!!! Das Seminar wird ab WS 2017/2018 montags von 13:30-14:30 in AWI 00.010 stattfinden !!!

Termin / Date: Monday, 13.30 - 14.30

Ort / Location: Campus Bergheim, AWI, 00.010 (Bergheimer Str. 58). Everybody is welcome!

Organisation:
Prof. Christina Gathmann and Ulrike Arnold

 

16.10.2017
N.N.
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Summer Term 2017 - Sign up for a meeting

24.04.2017
Ulrich Wagner, University of Mannheim
Air pollution and labor supply: Evidence from social security data

03.05.2017 (Wednesday)
Martin Schonger
An Experimental Test of the Anscombe-Aumann Monotonicity Axiom

08.05.2017
Saverio Simonelli, University of Naples
Labor Productivity through the Lens of an Electoral Task 

15.05.2017
Simeon Schudy, LMU
Incentivizing Complex Problem Solving in Teams – Evidence from a Field Experiment

29.05.2017
Till Bärnighausen, Heidelberg University, Harvard University
Value of Life: Empirical Findings from Africa

12.06.2017
Saumitra Jha, Stanford University
Valuing Peace: The Effects of Financial Market Exposure on Votes and Political Attitudes

19.06.2017
Florian Artinger, MPI Berlin
Heuristic pricing in an uncertain market: ecological and constructivist rationality

03.07.2017
Jean-Robert Tyran, University of Vienna
Underconfident Women Earn Less

10.07.2017
Johanna Mollerstrom, DIW
No Gender Difference in Willingness to Compete When Competing against Self

17.07.06.2017
Fernanda Brollo, University of Warwick
Party Membership and Public Sector Employment in Brazil

24.07.2017
Steffen Huck, WZB
Games played through agents in the laboratory – A test of Prat & Rustichini's model

 


Winter Term 2016/2017

17.10.2016
Eric Strobl, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris
The Household Welfare Effects of Hurricanes: Evidence from Jamaican Panel Data

24.10.2016
Bertil Tungodden, NHH, Bergen
The boys crisis: Do we consider it more acceptable when males fall behind than when females do?

31.10.2016
John Stranlund, University of Massachusetts
Deterring Poaching of a Common Pool Resource

07.11.2016
Marciano Siniscalchi, Northwestern University
Structural Rationality in Dynamic Games

14.11.2016
Yarema Okhrin, Augsburg University
Tail Event Driven Network  of SIFIs

21.11.2016
Marcus Pivato, THEMA, Université de Cergy-Pontoise
Subjective expected utility representations for Savage preferences on topological spaces

28.11.2016
Yves Breitmoser, HU Berlin
The axiomatic foundation of logit

05.12.2016
Björn Bartling, University of Zurich
The Limits to Moral Erosion in Markets: Social Norms and the Replacement Excuse

12.12.2016
Bram Driesen, University of Glasgow
Feasible sets, comparative risk aversion and comparative uncertainty aversion in bargaining

19.12.2016
Stefan Reichelstein, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Relating Product Prices to Long-Run Marginal Cost: Evidence from Solar Photovoltaic Modules

09.01.2017 !!! CANCELLED !!!
Florian Artinger, Max Planck Institute for Human Development
Heuristic Pricing In An Uncertain Market: Ecological And Constructivist Rationality

16.01.2017
Achim Wambach, ZEW Mannheim
Constraints on matching markets based on moral concerns

23.01.2017
Martin Spindler, University of Hamburg
L2Boosting: Estimation and Inference in High-Dimensions

30.01.2017
Ferdinand Rauch, University of Oxford
The benefits of forced experimentation:  Striking evidence from the London Underground Network

06.02.2017
Douglas Gollin, University of Oxford
Heterogeneity, Measurement, and Misallocation in African Agriculture


Summer Term 2016

18.04.2016
t.b.a.

25.04.2016
Damian Damianov, Durham University
Asymmetric endogenous prize contests

02.05.2016
Daniel Gutknecht, University of Mannheim
Constrained Information Processing and Individual Income Expectations

09.05.2016
Ed Hopkins, University of Edinburgh
Lone Wolf or Herd Animal? An Experiment on Choice of Information and Social Learning

23.05.2016
Christian Traxler, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin
Compliance Behavior in Networks: Evidence from a Field Experiment

30.05.2016
Diemo Urbig, University of Wuppertal
Two experiments on the effect of using a foreign language on individual decision-making

06.06.2016
Noam Yuchtman, UC-Berkeley, Haas School of Business
Do Close Elections Cause Voters to Turnout? Evidence from Swiss Referenda

13.06.2016
Ani Guerdjikova, THEMA, Université de Cergy-Pontoise
Market Selection with Differential Awareness: The Case of Coarsening

17.06.2016 (Special Seminar, Friday, 16:15 - 17:45, room 02.023
Ariel Rubinstein, University of Tel Aviv and NYU
A Typology of Players: Between Instinctive and Contemplative

20.06.2016
Volker Nitsch, TU Darmstadt
Ease vs. Noise: On the Conflicting Effects of Transportation Infrastructure

27.06.2016
Florian Englmaier, LMU
Incentives and creativity in teams - evidence from a natural field experiment

04.07.2016
Thomas Bauer, University of Bochum, and RWI, Essen
Distant Event, Local Effects? Fukushima and the German Housing Market

11.07.2016
Christine Zulehner, Goethe University Frankfurt
Analysis of mergers in first-price auctions

18.07.2016
Graciela Kuechle, Heilbronn University
Prediction- and Control-Based Strategies in Entrepreneurship: The Role of Information

25.07.2016
Kai Konrad, MPI for Tax Law and Public Finance
Eternal Peace in the Tug-of-War

 


Winter Term 2015/2016

12.10.2015

Stephan Litschig, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics

Which Tail Matters? Inequality and Growth in Brazil

 

19.10.2015

Simon Weidenholzer, University of Essex

Collective Punishment and Commitment in Public Goods Games with Imperfect Monitoring

 

21.10.2015 (Wed, 12:15-13:15)

Jose Apesteguia, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Monotone Stochastic Choice Models: The Case of Risk and Time Preferences

 

26.10.2015

Sebastian Krautheim, University of Passau

Offshoring with Endogenous NGO Activism

 

02.11.2015

Jörg Breitung, University of Cologne

How far can we forecast?  Statistical  tests of the predictive content

 

09.11.2015

Ingo Geishecker, European University Viadrina

Intensive and Extensive Margins of Offshoring and Associated Labour Market Effects: Empirical Evidence from Matched Employer-Employee Data

 

23.11.2015

Russell Toth, University of Sidney.

The Return of the Sea Turtles: Empirical Evidence from China on the Industry Level Impacts of Return Skilled Migration

 

30.11.2015

Philippe Andrade, Banque de France

Forward Guidance and Heterogeneous Beliefs

 

03.12.2015 (Thu, 12:15-13:15, AWI 02.036)

Matthias Sutter, University of Cologne

Children learn to coordinate more efficiently from age three to six

 

07.12.2015

Rajesh Ramachandran, University of Frankfurt

Linguistic Diversity, Official Language Choice and Nation Building: Theory and Evidence

 

14.12.2015

Lars Metzger, TU Dortmund

Non-cooperative games with prospect theory players and dominated strategies

 

11.01.2016

Jeremy Foltz, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Do Higher Salaries Lower Petty Corruption? A Policy Experiment on West Africa’s Highways

 

18.01.2016

Michael Lamla, University of Essex

Anchoring of Consumers’ Inflation Expectations: Evidence from Microdata

 

25.01.2016

Wendelin Schnedler, Paderborn University

Curse of Crowds

 

27.01.2016 (Wed, 12:15-13:15)

Francesco Guala, University of Milan

The Effect of Group Identity on Distributive Choice: Social Preference or Heuristic?

 

02.02.2016 (Tue, 13:45-14:45, AWI 01.030)

Klarita Gerxhani, EUI, Florence, Italy

Status Anxiety Makes Women Underperform

 


Summer Term 2015

13.04.2015

t.b.a.

 

20.04.2015

Tom Krebs, University of Mannheim

Labor Market Institutions and the Cost of Recessions

 

27.04.2014

Sebastian Vollmer, University of Göttingen

Monks, Gents and Industrialists: The Long-Run Impact of the Dissolution of the English Monasteries

 

04.05.2015

Joachim Grammig, University of Tübingen

Empirical Asset Pricing with Long-Run Consumption Risk: An Indirect Inference Approach

 

11.05.2015

Alexander Karpov, Heidelberg University

Patient mobility, health care quality, welfare and regulation

 

18.05.2015

Anastasios Xepapadeas, Athens University of Economics and Business   

Optimal Control in Space and Time and the Management of Environmental Resources

 

01.06.2015

t.b.a.

 

08.06.2015

Guido Schwerdt, University of Konstanz

The Effects of Test-based Retention on Student Outcomes over Time: Regression Discontinuity Evidence from Florida

 

15.06.2015

Paul Smeets, Maastricht University

Why do investors hold socially responsible mutual funds?

 

22.06.2015

Topi Miettinen, Hanken School of Economics, Stockholm

Person-Organization Fit and Incentives: A Causal Test

 

29.06.2015

Georg Nöldeke, University of Basel

The Implementation Duality

 

06.07.2015

Andreas Glöckner, University of Göttingen

A Multi-national Investigation of Cross-cultural Cooperation and Discrimination

 

13.07.2015

Mark Schelker, University of Fribourg

Lame Ducks and Divided Government: How Voters Control the Unaccountable

 

20.07.2015 / Lunch Seminar

Paul J. Healy, Ohio State University

Epistemics in Games: Two Experimental Studies

 

20.07.2015

Peter Winker, University of Giessen

Joint Confidence Bands for Impulse Responses and Forecast Paths


Winter Term 2014/2015

13.10.2014

Almuth Scholl, University of Konstanz

Sovereign Debt Crises and Political Turnover

 

20.10.2014

Joanna Godlewska, University of Białystok

The conditions of the development of a green economy at the local level (the case of Poland)

 

27.10.2014

Nawid Siassi, University of Konstanz

Inequality and the Marriage Gap

 

03.11.2014

Christoph Trebesch, LMU

Sovereign Defaults in Court

 

10.11.2014

Ingo Fiedler, University of Hamburg

Measuring Skill in Games: The Critical Repetition Frequency (CRF) and its Application to Poker

 

17.11.2014

Christian Francq, Lille 3 University

Estimating multivariate GARCH and Stochastic Correlation models equation by equation

 

24.11.2014

Stefan Penczynski, University of Mannheim

The Winner’s Curse: Contingent Reasoning and Belief Formation

 

01.12.2014

Christine Benesch, University of St. Gallen

Online Information and Voting: The Effect of "Smartvote" on Election Outcomes

 

08.12.2014

Andreas Leibbrandt, Monash University

If One Price Is Good, Are Two Better? Experimental Evidence On Pricing And Customer Antagonism

 

15.12.2014

Maria Montero, University of Nottingham

Bargaining in weighted majority games

 

12.01.2015

Christian Merkl, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

Does Short-Time Work Save Jobs? A Business Cycle Analysis

 

19.01.2015

Hartmut Egger, University of Bayreuth

Offshoring and Firm Overlap

 

26.01.2015

Christoph Winter, University of Zurich

Public versus Private Provision of Liquidity: Is There a Trade-Off?

 

02.02.2014

Frank Westermann, University of Osnabrück

On Remittances, Foreign Currency Exposure and Credit Constraints: Evidence from Nepal


Summer Term 2014

14.04.2014

Dieter Nautz, FU Berlin

Stale Forward Guidance

 

28.04.2014

Benjamin Born, University of Mannheim

Does Austerity Pay Off?

 

05.05.2014

Maria Bigoni, University of Bologna

Money is not memory: an experiment

 

12.05.2014

Aurélien Baillon, Erasmus School of Economics, Rotterdam

Higher Order Ambiguity Attitudes: Theory and experiment

 

19.05.2014

Martin Kocher, LMU München

Unleashing animal spirits: Self-control and bubbles in experimental asset markets

 

26.05.2014

Rema Hanna, Harvard Kennedy School

Information is Power: Identification Cards and Food Subsidy Programs in Indonesia?
 

02.06.2014

Roland Winkler, TU Dortmund

Government Spending, Entry and the Consumption Crowding-in Puzzle

 

16.06.2014

Burkhard Schipper, UC Davis

Strategic Teaching and Learning in Games

 

23.06.2014

Christopher Kilby, Villanova University

Assessing the impact of World Bank preparation on project outcomes

 

30.06.2014

Gerhard Illing, LMU München

Forward Guidance in a Simple Model with a Zero Lower Bound

 

07.07.2014

Tino Berger, University of Cologne

Global Macroeconomic Uncertainty

 

14.07.2014

Olaf Posch, Hamburg University

Estimating Dynamic Equilibrium Models using Mixed Frequency Macro and Financial Data

 

21.07.2014

Eckhard Janeba, Mannheim University

Fiscal Rules and Compliance Expectations ‐ Evidence for the German Debt Brake


Winter Term 2013/2014

14.10.2013

Han Bleichrodt, Erasmus School of Economics, Rotterdam

Making Case-Based Decision Theory Directly Observable

 

21.10.2013

Peter Vida, University of Mannheim

Commitments, Intentions, Truth and Nash Equilibria

 

28.10.2013

Toman Omar Mahmoud, Kiel Institute for the World Economy

The Effect of Labor Migration on the Diffusion of Democracy: Evidence from a Former Soviet Republic
 

04.11.2013

Jan Wenzelburger, University of Kaiserslautern

Asset Pricing Using Downside Risk of Payoffs
 

11.11.2013

Thomas Tröger, University of Mannheim

Transparency and Opaqueness: The Optimal Design of Signals
 

18.11.2013

(Martin Gassebner, ETH Zurich): CANCELLED !
 

25.11.2013

Mario Jametti, Università della Svizzera italiana

Elections and de facto Expenditure Decentralization in Canada
 

02.12.2013

Arnaud Dellis, University of Laval

Multiple Votes, Multiple Candidacies and Polarization
 

09.12.2013

Philipp Harms, University of Mainz

Offshoring and Sequential Production Chains: A General-Equilibrium Analysis
 

16.12.2013

Andreas Schrimpf, Bank for International Settlements

Currency Risk Premia and Macro Fundamentals


13.01.2014

Eric Danan, Université de Cergy-Pontoise

Individual and social indecisiveness under risk
 

20.01.2014

Marko Terviö, Aalto University School of Business

Transaction Taxes in an Assignment Model of Housing
 

27.01.2014

Ro'i Zultan, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Auction mechanisms and bidder collusion
 

03.02.2014

Johannes Lohse, University of Heidelberg

Intuition does not favor cooperation: Evidence from time-pressure in public good games


 

Summer Term 2013

08.04.2013

Henning Bohn, UCSB

Low Altruism, Austerity, and Threats of Default: Are Countries Converging to the Natural Debt Limit?


15.04.2013

Sascha O. Becker, University of Warwick

Do Entrepreneurs Matter? 


22.04.2013

Almut Balleer, RWTH Aachen

Expansionary and Contractionary Technology Improvements


29.04.2013

Hans-Theo Normann, University of Duesseldorf

Privacy Concerns, Voluntary Disclosure of Information, and Unraveling: An Experiment


06.05.2013

Pohan Fong, City University of Hong Kong

Endogenous Limits on Proposal Power in Distributive Politics


13.05.2013

Daniel Bernhofen, University of Nottingham

Estimating the effects of the container revolution on world trade


27.05.2013

Patrick O'Callaghan, University of Queensland

Context-Dependence: Uncertainty and Games


03.06.2013

Robinson Kruse, University of Hannover

Heterogeneous expectations in US stock markets: a comprehensive study of macroeconomic determinants


10.06.2013

J. Philipp Reiss, KIT

The law of one price in auctions with outside competition


17.06.2013

Lori Beaman, Northwestern University, USA

Do Job Networks Disadvantage Women? Evidence from a Recruitment Experiment in Malawi


24.06.2013

Mauricio Prado, Copenhagen Business School

Heterogeneity in Ambiguity Aversion


01.07.2013

Sigrid Suetens, Tilburg School of Economics and Management

Heterogeneous stake-sensitive guilt Aversion


08.07.2013

Philip Keefer, The World Bank

Pro-social behavior where we least expect it?  The selection and socialization of intrinsically-motivated government (tax!) officials


15.07.2013

Thomas Jeitschko, Michigan State University

Shipping The Good Apples Out Under Asymmetric Information: When Weak Institutions Lead to Welfare-Diminishing Trade


22.07.2013

Matthias Wibral, University of Bonn

Myopic loss aversion and changing feedback institutions



 


Winter Term 2012/2013

15.10.2012

Karim Abadir, Imperial College, London

Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics? Examples From Finance and Economics


22.10.2012: CANCELLED

Claudia Keser, University of Göttingen

Cooperation among heterogeneous agents

 

29.10.2012

Fabian Herweg, LMU

A Theory of Ex Post Inefficient Renegotiation


05.11.2012

Steffen Altmann, IZA

Incentives and Information as Driving Forces of Default Effects


12.11.2012

Dietrich Earnhart, University of Kansas

The Influence of Financial Status on Environmental Performance: The Role of Enforcement
 

19.11.2012

Albrecht Glitz, UCL

Coworker Networks in the Labour Market


26.11.2012

Andreas Ortmann, University of New South Wales (UNSW)

Understanding Social Impact Bonds: An Experimental Investigation

03.12.2012

Aniol Llorente-Saguer, MPI for Collective Goods

Divided Majority and Information Aggregation: Theory and Experiment


10.12.2012

Michael Lechner, University of St. Gallen

Do Firms Benefit from Active Labour Market Policies?


17.12.2012

Katja Maria Kaufmann, Bocconi University

Learning about the Enforcement of Conditional Welfare Programs: Evidence from the Bolsa Familia Program in Brazil


07.01.2013

Peter Egger, ETHZ

The Causal Impact of Common Native Language on International Trade: Evidence from a Spatial Regression Discontinuity Design
 

14.01.2013

Fernando Pigeard de Almeida Prado, University of Sao Paolo

Network externalities, coalition of consumers and product differentiation


21.01.2013

Hendrik Hakenes, University of Bonn

Regulatory Capture by Sophistication


28.01.2013

Volker Britz, ETHZ

A bargaining theory of the firm
 

04.02.2013

Jean-Robert Tyran, University of Vienna

Self-Organization for Collective Action: An Experimental Study of Voting on Sanction Regimes


08.02.2013 (Friday)

Al Roth, Stanford University

(Nobel laureate in Economic Sciences 2012 jointly with Lloyd S. Shapley "for the theory of stable allocations and the practice of market design" )

Deceased Organ Donation and Allocation:  3 Experiments in Market Design
 

 


 

Summer Term 2012

16.04.2012

Jean-Jacques Herings, Maastricht University

Farsighted Voting
 

18.04.2012

Lata Gangadharan, Monash University, Melbourne

Empowering Neighbors versus Imposing Regulations: An Experimental Analysis of Pollution Reduction Schemes


23.04.2012

James Tremewan, University of Vienna

Social Preferences and Bounded Rationality in the Centipede Game


30.04.2012

Yukio Koriyama, Ecole Polytechnique, France

Optimal Apportionment


07.05.2012

Gernot J. Müller, University of Bonn

Exchange rate regimes and fiscal multipliers


14.05.2012

Carmit Segal, UZH

Do Female Officers Improve Law Enforcement Quality?


21.05.2012

Gleb Koshevoy, CEMI, RAS, Moscow

Random Sets Lotteries and Decision Theory


04.06.2012

Nikos Georgantzis, LEE, University Jaume I, Castellón

Institutional, idiosyncratic and physiological aspects of corruption


11.06.2012

t.b.a.


18.06.2012

Michael Lamla, ETH Zürich

Updating Inflation Expectations


25.06.2012

Andreas Glöckner, MPI for Research on Collective Goods, Bonn

Modeling and Manipulating Risky Decision Making


02.07.2012

Hyejin Ku, Florida State University
Fair Trade and Worker Incentives: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Florida


09.07.2012

Christoph Kuzmics, Bielefeld University
Inferring preferences from choices under uncertainty


16.07.2012

Julio R. Robledo, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Signaling message quality to combat email spam  


23.07.2012

Jacob de Haan, University of Groningen
Using real-time data to test for political budget cycles

 

 


 

Winter Term 2011/2012

10.10.2011

Grischa Perino, CSERGE, University of East Anglia

Motivation Crowding in Real Purchasing Decisions: Price vs. Quantity Based Instruments


7.10.2011

Felix Bierbrauer, University of Cologne

Mechanism Design and Intentions


24.10.2011

Christos Kotsogiannis, University of Exeter

Coordinating Climate and Trade Policies: Pareto Efficiency and the Role of Border Tax Adjustments


31.10.2011

t.b.a.


07.11.2011

Juan Carlos Carbajal, University of Queensland

Optimal contracts for loss averse consumers


14.11.2011

Charles Figuières, INRA, Montpellier

Deforestation as an externality problem to be solved efficiently, while taking account of environmental responsibility


21.11.2011

Rosemarie Nagel, Pompeu Fabra University

Assessing Strategic Risk with fMRI


28.11.2011

Sarah Lein, Swiss National Bank

Asymmetries in Price-Setting Behaviour: New Microeconometric Evidence from Switzerland


05.12.2011

Kai Hüschelrath, ZEW Mannheim

Patterns and Effects of Entry in U.S. Airline Markets


12.12.2011

Nora Szech, University of Bonn

Tie-Breaks and Bid-Caps in All-Pay Auctions


19.12.2011

Roberto Weber, University of Zurich

Pre-Play Communication with Forgone Costly Messages:
Experimental Evidence on Forward Induction


09.01.2012

Tymon Tatur, University of Bonn

Repeated Contests with Hyperbolic Discounting


16.01.2012

Joshua C. Teitelbaum, Georgetown University Law Center, USA

The Nature of Risk Preferences: Evidence from Insurance Choices


23.01.2012

Hans Haller, Virginia Tech

Network Extension


30.01.2012

Carsten Eckel, LMU München

Multi-Product Firms at Home and Away: Cost- versus Quality-based Competence

 


Summer Term 2011

11.04.2011

Anna Dreber, Stockholm School of Economics

Biological correlates of risk taking
 

18.04.2011

t.b.a. 

02.05.2011

Alan D. Miller, University of Haifa

An Axiomatization of Path-Based Rules
 

09.05.2011

Maximilian Auffhammer, UC Berkeley

Vehicle Weight, Highway Safety, and Energy Policy 
 

16.05.2011

Peter Wakker, Erasmus School of Economics, Rotterdam

The Rich Domain of Uncertainty: Source Functions and Their Experimental Implementation
 

23.05.2011

Daniel Zizzo, UEA

Objectives and Confounds in Economic Experiments

 

30.05.2011

Céline Nauges, Toulouse School of Economics

Water hauling and girls' school attendance: some new evidence from Ghana

 

06.06.2011

Karim Sadrieh, University of Magdeburg

Behavioral Correlates of Poverty, Lack of Prospects, and Vandalism

 

20.06.2011

Lorens Imhof, University of Bonn

Monotone imitation dynamics in large populations

 

27.06.2011

Rudolf Winter-Ebmer, University of Linz

99 Cent: Price Points in E-Commerce

 

04.07.2011

Timo Teräsvirta, Aarhus University

Conditional Correlation Models of Autoregressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity with Nonstationary GARCH Equations

 

11.07.2011

Dorothea Kübler, WZB Berlin

Centralized University Admissions in Germany: Empirical and Experimental Evidence

18.07.2011

Christian Bjørnskov, Aarhus University

An Offer You Can't Refuse: Murdering journalists as an enforcement  mechanism of corrupt deals  


Winter Term 2010/11

11.10.2010

Joep Sonnemans, University of Amsterdam

Competition and Resource Scarcity on a Nonrenewable Resource Market: An Experiment

18.10.2010

Jacob Goeree, University of Zurich

Inefficient Markets

25.10.2010

Jayant Vivek Ganguli,  University of Cambridge

The pricing effects of ambiguous information

08.11.2010

Caitlin Knowles Myers,  Middlebury College

Power of the Pill or Power of Abortion? Re-examining the effects of young women's access to reproductive control

15.11.2010

t.b.a.

22.11.2010

Wolfgang Leininger, TU Dortmund

Leveling the Lobbying Process: Effort Maximization in Asymmetric N-Person Contests

29.11.2010

Ralph Bayer, Adelaide University    

Rockets and Feathers in the Laboratory

06.12.2010

Paolo Ghirardato, Università di Torino

Optimal Myopia: An Axiomatic Approach to Bounded Rationality

13.12.2010

Martin Gassebner,ETH Zurich   

The Golden Hallo and Political Transitions

20.12.2010

Andy Schotter, NYU

Intrinsic and Instrumental Reciprocity: An Experimental Study

10.01.2011

Klaus Ritzberger, University of Vienna

Strategic Games Beyond Expected Utility

17.01.2011

Michèle Cohen, Université Paris I   

An experimental investigation of imprecision attitude and its relation with risk attitude and impatience

24.01.2011

Jenny Kragl, EBS University Wiesbaden

Wage Floors and Job Design

31.01.2011

Enzo Weber, University of Regensburg

Analysing US Output and the Great Moderation by Simultaneous Unobserved Components


Summer Term 2010


12.04.2010

t.b.a.

19.04.2010   

Kerstin Preuschoff, University of Zurich

Evaluating risks and benefits - a neural perspective

26.04.2010

Frank Stähler, University of Würzburg

Parallel Trade without Vertical Control

28.04.2010

MAHEISEM, HD Gary Charness, UCSB

Participation

03.05.2010N

Nick Netzer, University of Zurich

Probability Weighting as Evolutionary Second-best

10.05.2010

Alessia Testa, University of Bonn

Herding with Asymmetric Information about Traders' Types

17.05.2010

Peter Kuhn, UCSB

Employers’ Preferences for Gender, Age, Height and Beauty: Direct Evidence

31.05.2010

Albrecht Ritschl, LSE

Real Origins of the Great Depression: Monopoly Power, Unions, and the Interwar Business Cycle

07.06.2010

Jürgen Huber, University of Innsbruck

Experimental Asset Markets with Endogenous Choice of Costly Asymmetric Information

14.06.2010

Andreas Lange, University of Maryland / Univ. of Hamburg

Dictating the Risks – Experimental Evidence on Norms of Giving in Risky Environments

21.06.2010

Burkhard Hehenkamp, University of Dortmund

The Inefficiency of Market Transparency - A Model with Endogeneous Entry

28.06.2010

Philipp Kircher, Oxford University

Identifying Sorting - in Theory

05.07.2010

Marie Claire Villeval, CNRS, University of Lyon

Intermittent Reinforcement and the Persistence of Behavior: Experimental Evidence

12.07.2010

Dan Phaneuf, North Carolina University

Combining Revealed and Stated Preference Data to Estimate Preferences for Residential Amenities: A GMM Approach

19.07.2010

Markus Haas, LMU München

Regime-switching Models for Financial Volatility
 


Winter Term 2009/10

12.10.2009

Volker Böhm,  Bielefeld University   

Endogenous Inequality of Nations Through Financial Asset Market Integration       

19.10.2009

Luis Miller, CESS, Oxford   

Who should be called to the lab? A comprehensive comparison of students and non-students in classic experimental games

26.10.2009

Daniel Krähmer,  Bonn University

Optimal auction design with endogenously correlated buyer types

02.11.2009

Martin Summer, ONB, Vienna

Credit Risk in General Equilibrium

09.11.2009

Athanassios Pitsoulis, BTU Cottbus

Interpersonal Interaction in Electorates: Some Theory and a Preliminary Empirical Application

11.11.2009

Johannes Münster, FU Berlin

Information sharing in contests

16.11.2009

Hans-Martin von Gaudecker, VUUniversity Amsterdam

Individual Preferences over Risk and Portfolio Choice

23.11.2009

Ralph Friedmann, Universität des Saarlandes

On the measurement of intraday overreaction of stock prices

30.11.2009

Sebastian Kranz, University of Bonn

On Infinitely Repeated Games with Imperfect Public Monitoring and Side Payments

07.12.2009

Ansgar Wohlschlegel, RWTH Aachen

Rent Shifting, Lagged Entry, and Simple Vertical Restraints

14.12.2009

Erwin Bulte, Tilburg University

A dark side of social capital? Kinship,Consumptions, and Savings

11.01.2010

Monika Bütler, University of St. Gallen

Do means-tested benefits reduce the demand for annuitites? Evidence from Switzerland

18.01.2010

Volker Grossmann Université de Fribourg

Quantifying the Optimal US Growth Policy

25.01.2010

Melanie Schienle, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Nonparametric Estimation of Individual Risk Behavior in Euler Equations

01.02.2010

Kurt Schmidheiny Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Do Agglomeration Economies Reduce the Sensitivity of Firm Location to Tax Differentials?


Summer Term 2009

30.03.2009

Melanie Arntz, ZEW Mannheim

Can public employment subsidies render the German construction sector weather proof?

06.04.2009

Peter Funk, Universität  Köln

History-Dependent Individual Behavior, Polariziation, and Pareto-Improving Activating Welfare

08.04.2009    

Jan Wenzelburger, Keele University, UK    

On endogenous Option Prices

22.04.2009    

José Apesteguia, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

Rationalizability of Choice by Sequential Procedures

27.04.2009

Holger Strulik, Universität Hannover    

Knowledge and Growth in the Very Long-Run

04.05.2009

Carlos Alos-Ferrer, Universität Konstanz    

Hidden Symmetries and Focal Points

11.05.2009

Dirk Sliwka, Universität Köln

Reference Points and Bonus Payments - Field Evidence from a Multinational Firm

18.05.2009

Steffen Huck, University College London   

Field Experiments on Fundraising

25.05.2009

David Kelsey, University of Exeter Business School

Information and Ambiguity:  Herd Behaviour in Financial Markets

08.06.2009

Jacob Sagi, Vanderbilt University, U.S.

Do fund managers make informed asset allocation decisions?

15.06.2009

Markus Reisinger, LMU München

Successive Oligopolies with Differentiated Firms and Endogenous Entry

22.06.2009

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29.06.2009

Urs Schweizer, Universität Bonn

Damages for Negligent Provision of Information

06.07.2009

Wolfram Schlenker, Columbia University, New York   

The U.S. Biofuel Mandate and World Food Prices: An Econometric Analysis of the Demand and Supply of Calories

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