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BGSE Applied Microeconomics Workshop: 2015/16 Winter Term

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BGSE Behavioral Economics / Applied Micro Workshop
Juridicum, Room 0.017
Fridays 12.15
Coordinator: Thomas Dohmen

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Lectures (WS 2015/16)

 

Date Title
Speaker
23.10.2015

This mine is mine! How Minerals Fuel Conflicts in Africa                                                              
Dominic Rohner
30.10.2015

Expert Forecasts in Field Experiments (with Devin Pope)

Stefano DellaVigna
05.11.2015
faculty room
Experimenting with Measurement Error: Techniques with Applications to the Caltech Cohort Study

Erik Snowberg

06.11.2015

The Standard Portfolio Choice Problem in Germany

Georg Weizsäcker
13.11.2015
Attribution Bias in Economic Decision Making Devin Pope
20.11.2015


Distinguishing Sacred Values from Social Preferences: Theory and Evidence of Deontological Motivations in the Lab, Field, and Judicial Panels Daniel Chen

27.11.2015

Incentivizing Better Quality of Care: The Role of Medicaid and Competition in the Nursing Home Industry Martin Hackmann
04.12.2015

Inequality in Mortality Over the Life Course: Is it Growing and for Whom?

Hannes Schwandt
11.12.2015

Focusing and Intertemporal Choice

Louis Strang
18.12.2015

Belief Formation in the Presence of Sampling Biases
 
Benjamin Enke
25.12.2015
Christmas break
01.01.2016
Christmas break
08.01.2016 

TBA
15.01.2016



Estimating Social Preferences and Gift Exchange at Work
 
 
 
Stefano DellaVigna
Ulrike Malmendier
22.01.2016
Preferences for truth-telling Johannes Abeler
29.01.2016

Uncovering the emergence of egalitarian norm through third-party punishment Zvonimir Bašić
05.02.2016

Financial Markets where Traders Neglect the Informational Content of Prices Eric Eyster

12.02.2016

Should I stay or should I go? Real effort under flexible- and fixed-time designs Jonas Radbruch
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