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BGSE/briq Applied Microeconomics Workshop: 2016 Summer Term

BGSE Behavioral Economics/Applied Micro Workshop
Fridays, 12:15 p.m. (75 minutes duration, including discussion),
briq, Seminar Room 9/1.1, Schaumburg-Lippe-Straße 9,
unless otherwise noted
Coordinator: Thomas Dohmen

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2016 summer term

Date Title Speaker
The Making of Hawks and Doves: Inflation Experiences and Voting on the FOMC
Ulrike Malmendier
(UC Berkeley)
22.04.2016 The Polarization of Skill Prices in Germany, 1985–2010 Felix Schran
29.04.2016 Status Goods: Experimental Evidence from Platinum Credit Cards Gautam Rao
(Harvard University)
  06.05.2016: No seminar
(Ascension Day on 05.05.)
13.05.2016 Welfare Effects of Supply-Side Regulation in Medicare Part D Maria A. Polyakova
(Stanford University)
No seminar (Pentecost break)
Wed., 16:30
Juridicum, Lecture Hall E
Can Agents with Causal Misperceptions Be Systematically Fooled?
Ran Spiegler
(Tel Aviv University and UCL)
  27.05.2016: No seminar
(Corpus Christi Day on 26.05.)
Mon., 14:15
Juridicum, Lecture Hall G
Communication and (Non-)Equilibrium Selection Gary Charness
(UC Santa Barbara)
  03.06.2016: No seminar
NeuroPsychoEconomics conference at CENs)
10.06.2016 Bidding in first-price and second-price interdependent-values auctions: A laboratory experiment Timothy N. Cason
(Purdue University)
17.06.2016 Thinking, Fast and Slow? Some Field Experiments to Reduce Crime and Dropout in Chicago Jens O. Ludwig
(University of Chicago)
Mon., 14:15
Taxes and Procrastination: Evidence from Boston Tax-Filers Charles Sprenger
(UC San Diego)
  24.06.2016: No seminar
(ECBE Conference at briq)
01.07.2016 Efficiency–morality trade-offs in repugnant transactions: A choice experiment Nicola Lacetera
(University of Toronto)
Thu., 14:00
The Landscape of SOEP Longitudinal Studies Jürgen Schupp
(DIW Berlin)
15.07.2016 Giving Time to Giving Money Marta Serra-Garcia
(UC San Diego)
22.07.2016 The Role of Experience for Expectations-Based Reference Points in Experimental Market Exchange Thomas Graeber


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