MiddExLab Virtual Seminar Series Thursdays 12pm EDT (UTC-4:00)
We are running a virtual experimental economics seminar series most Thursdays throughout 2020 and 2021. The series is open to all researchers. To attend, please sign up below. We will send out a Zoom link shortly before the talk is scheduled to begin. Talks are scheduled for 45 minutes plus 15 minutes of questions.
Past Events May 20. Danila Serra. "Gender and leadership in organizations: Promotions, demotions and angry workers" Link to video May 13. Salvatore Nunnari. "Cognitive Imprecision and Strategic Behavior" May 6. Stephanie Wang. "Can Deliberation Change Opinions and Votes? Experimental Evidence from a Rent Control Ballot Measure" April 29. Miguel Costa-Gomes. "Cursed Bets on Markets" April 22. Jean-Robert Tyran. "Civic Engagement, The Leverage Effect and the Accountable State" Link to video April 15. Roberto Weber. "What Money Can Buy: How Market Exchange Promotes Values" April 8. Erik Wengström. "Threshold Incentives and Academic Performance" March 25. Alistair Wilson. "Lying Aversion on the Margins." Link to video March 18. Daniele Nosenzo. "Equal before the (expressive power of) law?" Link to video March 11. Johannes Abeler. "Malleability of preferences for honesty" Link to video March 4. Agne Kajackaite. "Lying for Image." Link to video February 25. Johanna Mollerstrom. "A Meritocratic Origin of Egalitarian Behavior." Link to video February 18. Dorothea Kübler. "How to Avoid Black Markets for Appointments with Online Booking Systems" Link to video February 11. Charlie Plott. "Economic Theory and Experimental Methods Applied to Change a Complex Administrative Decision Process: Improving School Transportation for Disadvantaged Students" Link to video February 4. Emanuel Vespa. "Mental Models and Learning: The Case of Base-Rate Neglect" January 28. Marta Serra Garcia. "Mistakes, Overconfidence, and the Effect of Sharing on Detecting Lies" January 21. Eugen Dimant. "Hate Trumps Love: The Impact of Political Polarization on Social Preferences." Link to video January 14. Yan Chen. "Virtual Teams in a Gig Economy." Link to video December 10. Bertil Tungodden. "Fairness across the world: Preferences and Beliefs" Link to video November 19. Armin Falk. "Limited Self-knowledge and Survey Response Behavior" November 12. PJ Healy. "Testing Elicitation Mechanisms Via Team Chat" Link to video November 5. Catherine Eckel. "The Democratic Peace: An experimental test of a causal relation and of underlying mechanisms" October 29. Daniela Puzzello. "Quantifying framing effects in public goods versus prisoner’s dilemma repeated games" Link to video October 22. Joël van der Weele. "Anticipatory anxiety and wishful thinking" Link to video October 15. Anna Dreber Almenberg. "Replications and predicting replication outcomes" October 1. Christine Exley. "The Gender Gap in Self-Promotion." Link to video September 24. John Duffy. "Bargaining Under Liquidity Constraints: Nash vs. Kalai in the Laboratory." Link to video September 17. Alex Imas. "Dynamic Inconsistency in Risky Choice: Evidence from the Lab and Field." Link to video August 20. Erin Krupka. "Renegotiation Behavior and Promise-keeping Norms." Link to video August 13. Martin Dufwenberg. "Peer Evaluation Tournaments." August 6. Lise Vesterlund. "Negotiation Ban: The Effect of Negotiation on Wage Dispersion." July 30. Ben Greiner. "The Effect of a 'None of the Above' Ballot Paper Option on Voting Behavior and Election Outcomes." July 23. Arno Riedl. "The Effect of Unfair Chances and Gender Discrimination on Labor Supply." Link to video July 16. Colin Camerer. "Visual Salience in Experimental Games and Stock Investment." Link to video July 9. Guillaume Frechette. "Beliefs in Repeated Games." July 2. Marie Claire Villeval. "The Way People Lie in Markets." June 25. Charlie Sprenger. "Heterogeneity of Gain-Loss Attitudes and Expectations-Based Reference Points." (Email for video link.) June 18. David Huffman. "Persistent Overconfidence and Biased Memory: Evidence from Managers." June 11. Tim Cason. "An Experimental Investigation of Price Dispersion and Cycles." June 4. Marina Agranov. "Social Learning in Groups: an Experimental Study."