February 15, 2024
Ingar Haaland | Norwegian School of Economics (NHH)
Conducting qualitative interviews with AI
Valeria Burdea | LMU Munich
Narratives, actions and impact in Dishonesty

Dezember 14, 2023
Larbi Alaoui | Pompeu Fabra University
Attitudes towards success and failure
Constantin Charles | London School of Economics
Causal narratives

Dezember 7, 2023
Lukas Bolte | Carnegie Mellon University
Emotional inattention
MarĂ­a Paz Espinosa | Universidad del Pais Vasco
Natural identities and social integration

November 30, 2023
Botond Koszegi | Universität Bonn
Müge Süer | Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Are women in science less ambitious than men? Experimental evidence on the role of gender and STEM in promotion applications
Iuliia Grabova | Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Confidence and communication: too much air time for some?

November 23, 2023
Amelie Schiprowski | Universität Bonn
Committee deliberation and gender differences in influence
Erik Wengström | Lund University
Behavioral policy targeting: Evidence from payments for vaccinations

November 16, 2023
Elliot Ash | ETH Zurich
Proverbs and behavioral economics

November 9, 2023
Marie-Louise Vierø | Aarhus University
Lost in objective translation: Awareness of unawareness when unknowns are not simply unknowns
Alexia Delfino | Bocconi University
Learning to see the world’s opportunities: memory, mental experiencing and the economic lives of the vulnerable

November 2, 2023
Ingrid Haegele | Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München
The broken rung: Gender and the leadership gap
Louis-Pierre Lepage | Stockholm University
Do optional information policies increase equity? Evidence from two large-scale grading experiments

October 26, 2023
Evan Friedman | Paris School of Economics
(A)symmetric quantal response equilibrium: Representation and applications
Suanna Oh | Paris School of Economics
Psychological mechanisms for eliciting preferences and beliefs

October 19, 2023
Erik Snowberg | University of Utah
On loss aversion
Despoina Alempaki | Warwick Business School
The menu of deception

September 7, 2023
BBE Workshop | ESMT

July 20, 2023
Elif Kubilay | University of Essex
Long-term results from an educational intervention on inter-ethnic cohesion
Severine Toussaert | University of Oxford
Stochastic dominance and preference for randomization

July 13-14, 2023
Workshop “Matching Market Design: Strategy-Proofness and Beyond” | WZB

July 6, 2023
Sabrina Jeworrek | Leibniz-Institut fĂĽr Wirtschaftsforschung Halle (IWH)
A cashless payment option in face-to-face fundraising
Heidi Christina Thysen | Norwegian School of Economics
Competing causal interpretations – a choice experiment

June 29, 2023
Mauricio Almeida Couri Ribeiro | University of Bristol
Choice and time allocation between simple contracts
Matthias Rodemeier | Bocconi University
Judging nudging: Understanding the welfare effects of nudges versus taxes

June 22, 2023
Lorenz Goette | National University of Singapore & University of Bonn
Understanding mechanisms of persistence in prosocial behavior: Evidence from a large-scale field experiment
Ragan Petrie | Texas A&M University
Extreme giving commitments
Michael Price | The University of Alabama
Racial and gender favoritism in crowdfunding – evidence from the field

June 21-23, 2023
Conference “Pro-sociality: Corporate Philanthropy and Individual Donations” | WZB

June 15, 2023
Chiara Aina | University of ZĂĽrich
Tailored stories
Paul Heidhues | DĂĽsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)
Misinterpreting yourself

June 8, 2023
Mats Köster | Central European University, Vienna
Updating priors: The dynamics of chosen beliefs
Luis Santos Pinto | University of Lausanne
Confidence and gender gaps in competitive environments

June 1, 2023
Anna Becker | Stockholm University
Transactional preferences and the minimum wage
Joana Naritomi | London School of Economics
Cash transfers and the local economy: Evidence from Brazil

May 25, 2023
Simon Jaeger | MIT
Worker beliefs about outside options
Robert Slonim | University of Technology Sydney
Intertemporal coordination in volunteer markets

May 11, 2023
Nadja Dwenger | University of Hohenheim
What is fair? Experimental evidence on fair equality vs fair inequality
Catherine Roux | University of Basel
Multigame contact: a double-edged sword for cooperation

May 4, 2023
Simon Quinn | University of Oxford
Learning management through matching: A field experiment using mechanism design
Taisuke Imai | LMU MĂĽnchen
Predicting the outcome of social science experiments

April 27, 2023
Jana Cahlíková | Universität Bonn
Youngism: Experimental evidence
Felix Chopra | University of Copenhagen
Home price expectations and spending: Evidence from a field experiment

April 20, 2023
Salvatore Nunnari | Bocconi University
Coordination with cognitive noise
Miriam Beblo | Universität Hamburg
Meta studies on competition entry and performance

March 28, 2023
Bergen-Berlin-Behavioral-Economics BBBE Workshop | University of Potsdam

February 16, 2023
Katharina Janezic | University of Oxford
Coordination and sophistication
Urs Fischbacher | University of Konstanz
Incentives for conformity and anticonformity

January 5, 2023
Alexandra Avdeenko | World Bank
Empowerment and non-formal education to reduce child marriage – Evidence from an RCT
in Pakistan
Adrian Bruhin | University of Lausanne
Understanding mechanisms of persistence in prosocial behavior: Evidence from
a large-scale field experiment


December 15, 2022
Daniele Nosenzo | Aarhus University
Marital Arrangement and Spousal Cooperation: A lab-in-the-field experiment in Pakistan
Roel van Veldhuizen | Lund University
Time pressure preferences

December 8, 2022
Bertil Tungodden | NHH Norwegian School of Economics
Second-best fairness: The trade-off between false positives and false negatives
Roberto Weber | University of Zurich
On the relative deservingness of capital and labor

December 1, 2022
Nagore Iriberri | University of the Basque Country
Do nonstrategic considerations matter for behavior in games? An
experimental study informed by direct-sum decompositions of games
Zwetelina Iliewa | Universität Bonn
How much do rankings affect attention? Evidence from an at-scale natural
field experiment on the Finnish stock market

November 24, 2022
Christian Traxler | Hertie School
Swiftness and delay of punishment
Miguel Costa-Gomes | The University of Edinburgh
Miscalibration, overconfidence and uncertainty

November 17, 2022
Petra Thiemann | Lund University
Incentives to reach high and low goals and academic performance

November 10, 2022
Nicola Gennaioli | Universita’ Bocconi
Imagining the future: Memory, simulation and beliefs about Covid
Stefan Trautmann | Universität Heidelberg
Reverse Bayesianism: Revising beliefs in light of unforeseen events

November 3, 2022
Gerald Eisenkopf | Universität Vechta
How groups shape competitive behavior

October 20, 2022
Katrin Gödker | Bocconi University   
Disposed to be overconfident
Joël van der Weele | University of Amsterdam
Correcting consumer misperceptions about CO2 emissions

September 26, 2022
BBE Workshop | ESMT

July 21, 2022
Lydia Mechtenberg | Universität Hamburg
Self-signaling in voting
Siri Isaksson | Norwegian School of Economics
Shine a light (on the bright): Awards and the gender gap in knowledge contributions in STEM

July 14, 2022
Christine Laudenbach | SAFE Leibniz Institute for Financial Research Frankfurt
Beliefs about the stock market and investment choices: Evidence from a field experiment 
Leonie Gerhards | King’s Business School London 
Keep them out of it! How information externalities affect the willingness to sell personal data online

July 7, 2022
Aniol Llorente-Saguer | Queen Mary University of London
Weighting your vote
Astrid Hopfensitz | Toulouse School of Economics
The strategic display of emotions

June 30, 2022
Lea Cassar | Universität Regensburg
Keep calm and carry on: The short vs. long run effects of mindfulness meditation on (academic) performance
Sandro Ambuehl | University of Zurich
Interpreting the will of the people: A positive analysis of ordinal preference aggregation” as well as “politicians’ social welfare criteria: An experiment with German legislators

June 23, 2022
Luigi Butera | Copenhagen Business School
A new mechanism to alleviate the crises of confidence in science – with an application to the public goods game
Antonio Cabrales | University College London
The effect of ambiguity in strategic environments: an experiment

June 16, 2022
Michalis Drouvelis | University of Birmingham
Can priming close the gender competition gap?
Jonas Radbruch | IZA
Interview sequences and the formation of subjective

June 9, 2022
Chris Roth | University of Cologne
Stories, statistics and memory
Sabine Kröger | Université Laval
Health status and compliance with public health directives during the COVID-19 pandemic

June 2, 2022
Aurelien Baillon | Erasmus University Rotterdam
Leveraging probability distortion to target prevention? Evidence from a lottery experiment on cardiovascular risk
Julie Chytilová | Charles University
Correcting misperceptions about the views of the medical community has lasting impacts on Covid-19 vaccine take-up

May 19, 2022
Thomas Meissner | Maastricht University
Debt aversion: Theory and experiment
Kathleen Ngangoué | UCLA Anderson School of Management 
Tell me now or tell me gradually: The resolution of uncertainty in the value and probability domains

May 12, 2022
Esther Blanco | Universität Innsbruck
The economics of label credence goods
Monika Schnitzer | Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
The breakup of the bell system and its impact on US innovation

May 5, 2022
Nina Weber | King’s College London
Procedural fairness and externalities under uncertainty
Frauke Stehr | Maastricht University
Dodging high impact behavior with motivated beliefs
Julius Stoll | Hertie School
Zombie commissions of real estate agents
Müge Süer | Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Are we self stereotyping in job applications?

April 28, 2022
Maria Bigoni | UniversitĂ  di Bologna
It’s payback time: New insights on cooperation in the repeated prisoners’ dilemma
Sigrid Suetens | Tilburg University
The effect of exposure to ethnic minorities on ethnic preferences

April 21, 2022
Maja Adena | WZB
Does online fundraising increase charitable giving? A nation-wide field experiment on Facebook
Ciril Bosch | Technische Universität Berlin
Asset price dynamics and endogenous trader overconfidence
Klaus Schmidt | Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
How to regulate carbon emissions with climate-conscious consumers

March 28, 2022
Bergen-Berlin-Behavioral-Economics BBBE Workshop (online) | Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

February 10, 2022
Mari Rege | University of Stavanger
Effects of supportive leadership behaviors on workers’ satisfaction, engagement and performance: An experimental field investigation
Ernesto Reuben | New York University Abu Dhabi
Gender biases in job referrals


December 16, 2021
Tracy Xiao Liu | Tsinghua University
When to schedule attention instrument for classroom learning: A field experiment
Charles Bellemare | Laval University
Self-confidence and reactions to subjective performance evaluations

December 9, 2021
Benno Torgler | Queensland University of Technology
Protestantism and effort expenditure on the battlefield: Soldier-level evidence from World War II
Sabine Kröger | Laval University
How do people vote under preferential voting? An experiment on voting behavior and computational complexity

December 2, 2021
Hans Normann | DĂĽsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)
Cooperation in multiplayer dilemmas

November 18, 2021
Valerio Capraro | Middlesex University
Playing with words: Do people exploit loaded language to affect others’ decisions for their own benefit?
Maria Cotofan | London School of Economics and Political Science
The true returns to the choice of occupation and education

November 11, 2021
Friederike Mengel | University of Essex
Non-bayesian statistical discrimination?

November 4, 2021
Mikhail Freer | University of Essex
Collective deliberation: An experiment
Frank Schilbach | MIT 
Learning in the household

October 28, 2021
Ed Hopkins | The University of Edinburgh
Cardinal sins? Conspicuous consumption, cardinal status and inequality
Anujit Chakraborty | University of California Davis
Higher-order beliefs in a networked dilemma

July 15, 2021
Ryan Oprea | University of California Santa Barbara
On the complexity of inferring models from data

July 8, 2021
Alessandra Cillo | Bocconi University
Predicting the present equivalent of multiple future cash flows
Iñigo Hernandez-Arenaz | University of the Balearic Islands
Unraveling soft-commitment: Evidence from a field experiment on recycling

July 1, 2021
Antoinette Schoar | MIT +
Worker sorting, efficiency and development
Yan Chen | University of Michigan
Affective polarization breeds ideological polarization

June 24-25, 2021
Workshop series “Recent Advances in the Economics of Philanthropy” | WZB

June 24, 2021
Marie Claire Villeval | GATE-CNRS
Teaching norms: Direct evidence of parental transmission
Sevgi Yuksel | University of California Santa Barbara
Mental models and learning: The case of base-rate neglect

June 17, 2021
Michael Woodford | Columbia University *
Imprecise probabilistic inference from sequential data
Ronald Peeters | University of Otago
Cost-(in)effective public good provision: An experimental exploration

June 10, 2021
Dirk Sliwka | University of Cologne
When bonuses backfire: Evidence from the workplace
Mariana Blanco | University of Rosario
How to make a criminal

June 3, 2021
Pia Pinger | University of Cologne
Mentoring and schooling decisions: Causal evidence
Russel Golman | Carnegie Mellon University
Acceptable discourse: Social norms of beliefs and opinions

May 27, 2021
Pedro Dal BĂł | Brown University
The determinants of efficient behavior in coordination games
Chen Li | Erasmus University Rotterdam
Why do people choose gender congruent careers – an ambiguous story

May 20, 2021
Jonas Hjort | Columbia University +
Informational barriers to market access: Experimental evidence from Liberian firms
Benjamin Enke | Harvard University
Cognitive uncertainty in intertemporal choice

May 6, 2021
Mario Macis | Johns Hopkins University *
Incentivized peer referrals for Tuberculosis screening: Evidence from India

April 29, 2021
Philippe Aghion | College France, LSE +
What are the labor and product market effects of automation? New evidence from France

April 15, 2021
Christine Exley | Harvard University *
The gender gap in self promotion

February 11, 2021
Menusch Khadjavi | VU Amsterdam
Do scientists tell the truth? Evidence from two experiments
Florian Zimmermann | briq & University of Bonn
Associative memory and belief formation

February 4, 2021
Michel Maréchal | University of Zurich
The right to be heard: A randomized controlled trial on economizing procedural justice
Alex Imas | University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Dynamic inconsistency in risky choice: Evidence from the lab and field

January 28, 2021
Elena Cettolin | Tilburg University
Goals for development: Experimental evidence from Cassava processors
Martin Dufwenberg | University of Arizona
Regret in games

January 21, 2021
Jeanne Hagenbach | CNRS and Sciences Po Paris
Selective memory of psychological agent


December 17, 2020
Pedro Rey Biel | ESADE Business School
Higher orders of rationality and the structure of games

December 10, 2020
Anne Karing | Princeton University
Social signaling and childhood immunization: A field experiment in Sierra Leone
Stephan Meier | Columbia Business School
Does growing up in a recession increase compassion? The case of attitudes towards immigration

December 3, 2020
Lisa Windsteiger | Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance
Immigration vs. poverty: Causal impact on demand for redistribution in a survey experiment
Christopher Rauh | University of Cambridge
The role of beliefs in maternal labor supply decisions

November 26, 2020
David Yang | Harvard University
Civil liberties in times of crisis
Stefania Bortolotti | Max Planck Institute for Reserach on Collective Goods
Betrayal, risk, and externalities: An experimental study on fairness ideals

November 19, 2020
Sally Sadoff | UC San Diego
Lifestyle and mental health disruptions during COVID-19

November 12, 2020
Michela Carlana | Harvard Kennedy School
Parents and peers: The cost of gender stereotypes
David Huffman | University of Pittsburgh
The complementary nature of trust and contract enforcement

November 5, 2020
Johannes Wohlfart | University of Copenhagen
Uncertainty and information acquisition: Evidence from firms and consumers
Katherine B. Coffman | Harvard Business School
Stereotypes and belief updating

October 29, 2020
Bernhard Kasberger | University of Oxford
An equilibrium model of the first-price auction with strategic uncertainty: Theory and empirics
Johannes Abeler | University of Oxford
Bounded rationality, complexity and optimal incentives

October 26, 2020
BBE Workshop (online) | Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Unfortunately, due to the Corona virus pandemic, all the seminars during the 2020 summer semester have been cancelled.

January 23, 2020
Egon Tripodi | European University Institute
Self-persuasion: Evidence from field experiments at two international debating competitions

January 16, 2020
Simone Haeckl | WU Vienna
Social signaling in ex-ante self-assessments – Gender differences and behavioral consequence
Matias Nunez | CREST
A solution to the two-person implementation problem

January 9, 2020
Alistair Wilson | University of Pittsburgh
Lying aversion: on the margin, and in the limit


December 12, 2019
Wolfgang Luhan | University of Portsmouth
What you want and what I get: Responsibility, accountability, and the seduction of limited liability on financial markets
Marco Faravelli | University of Queensland
Conflict in the pool

December 5, 2019
Katharina Momsen | University of Innsbruck
Information avoidance, selective exposure, and fake(?) news – A green market experiment
Andreas Lange | University of Hamburg
Private contributions and the regional scope of charities: How donation experiments can inform public policy

November 28, 2019
Workshop “Correlation neglect and belief formation” | Technische Universität Berlin

November 21, 2019
David Schindler | Tilburg University
Impulse purchases, gun ownership and homicides: Evidence from a firearm demand shock
Ulrich Schmidt | IfW Kiel
Hyperopic loss aversion

November 14, 2019
Ala Avoyan | Indiana University
A road to efficiency through communication and commitment
Paul Heidhues | DĂĽsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)
Overconfidence and prejudice

November 7, 2019
Despoina Alempaki | Warwick Business School
Evasive communication

October 31, 2019
Bertil Tungodden | Norwegian School of Economics (NHH)
Fairness across the world: Preferences and beliefs
Tim Cason | Purdue University
Better coordination, better crowdfunding

October 17, 2019
Tom Chang | University of Southern California

Reverse animal spirits

September 30, 2019
BBE Workshop | Universität Potsdam

June 27, 2019
Felix Holzmeister | University of Innsbruck

Delegated decision making in finance

June 20, 2019
Eugen Dimant | University of Pennsylvania

When a nudge backfires: Using observation with social and economic incentives to promote pro-social behavior
Martin Sefton | University of Nottingham
Communication with partially verifiable information: An experiment

June 6, 2019
Tobias Gesche | ETH Zurich |
Reference price shifts and customer antagonism: Evidence from reviews for online auctions

May 23, 2019
Zahra Murad | University of Portsmouth | Fighting alone versus fighting for a team: An experiment on multiple pairwise contests

May 16, 2019
Paul Smeets | Maastricht University | How do the rich think about redistribution?
Arno Riedl | Maastricht University | How unfair chances affect labor supply

May 9, 2019
David Reinstein | University of Exeter | Substitution among charitable contributions: Converging lab and field evidence
Johanna Mollerstrom | George Mason University, Arlington | Income mobility, luck/effort beliefs, and the demand for redistribution: Perceptions and reality

May 2, 2019
Soo Hong Chew | National University of Singapore | Motivated false memory
Jörg Oechssler | University of Heidelberg | The conditional contribution mechanism for repeated public goods – the general case

April 25, 2019
Manu Munoz Herrera | New York University Abu Dhabi | Keycards and straitjackets: The role of social regulations and social integration in escaping inefficient group processes
Yves Le Yaouanq | University of Munich | Learning about one’s self

March 22, 2019
BBE Workshop | Technische Universität Berlin

January 10, 2019
Lea Cassar | University of Cologne | Intentions for doing good matter for doing well: The negative effects of prosocial incentives


December 13, 2018
Daniele Nosenzo | Luxembourg Institute for Socio-Economic Research and University of Nottingham| Law and norms: Experimental evidence
Inácio Bó, WZB | The iterative deferred acceptance mechanism

December 06, 2018
Melis Kartal | University of Vienna | A new approach to the analysis of cooperation under the shadow of the future: Theory and experimental evidence

November 29, 2018
Marcus Giamattei | University of Passau | Who inflates the bubble? – Forecasters and traders in experimental asset markets

November 22, 2018
Holger Herz | University of Fribourg | Linguistics and time preferences: Are intertemporal trade-offs shaped by language?
Johanna Jauernig | Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) | Spite and preemptive retaliation after tournaments

November 15, 2018
Thomas Graeber | Harvard University | Inattentive inference

November 08, 2018
Joel Sobel | University of California, San Diego | Lying and deception in games
Tommy Andersson | University of Lund | Dynamic refugee matching

October 18, 2018
Anna Dreber | Stockholm School of Economics | Replications and prediction markets

October 11, 2018
Joseph Vecci, University of Gothenburg | Stability of preferences and personality: New evidence from developing and developed countries

September 11, 2018
BBE Workshop | Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

July 19, 2018
Johannes MĂĽller-Trede | IESE Business School Barcelona | Principled defection: Untapped social motivation as an impediment to cooperation
Aniko Ă–ry | Yale School of Management | Aiming for the goal: Contribution dynamics of crowdfunding

June 21, 2018
Ryan Oprea | University of California, Santa Barbara | Biases over biased information structures

June 14, 2018
Piotr Evdokimov | Instituto TecnolĂłgico AutĂłnomo de MĂ©xico | Communication and behavior in organizations: An experiment
Thomas Stratmann | George Mason University | Moral decision costs when vote weight care unequal

May 31, 2018
Alex Teytelboym | University of Oxford | Refugee resettlement
Rigissa Megalokonomou | University of Queensland | Feedback, learning and performance: Evidence from a randomised controlled trial

May 24, 2018
Jura Liaukonyte | Cornell University | Strategic obfuscation and price fairness

May 17, 2018
Jose Apesteguia | Universitat Pompeu Fabra | Separating predicted randomness from noise
Erin Krupka | University of Michigan | Rhetoric matters: A social norms explanation for the anomaly of framing

May 03, 2018
Astrid Hopfensitz | Toulouse School of Economics | What if women earned more than their spouses? An experimental investigation of work-division in couples

April 26, 2018
William Ferguson | Grinnell College | The political economy of establishing credible agreements: Political settlements, incentives, and the configuration of deals
Peter Werner | Maastricht University | CO2 trading – design and behavior

March 12, 2018
BBE Workshop | Technische Universität Berlin

February 08, 2018
Diemo Urbig | University of Wuppertal | Entrepreneurship and competition: Do competitive intensity and individual competitiveness matter for selection into entrepreneurship

February 01, 2018
Loukas Balafoutas | University of Innsbruck | Rehabilitation and social behavior: Experiments in prison
Stéphane Luchini | CNRS and Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE) | Testimony under oath – an experimental test

January 25, 2018
Theo Offerman | University of Amsterdam | A market for honesty: Fighting corruption in education
Jeroen van de Ven | University of Amsterdam | The power and limits of sequential communication in coordination games

January 18, 2018
Urs Fischbacher | University of Konstanz | Incentives for conformity and disconformity

January 11, 2018
Siri Isaksson | Stockholm School of Economics | It takes two: Gender differences in group work


December 14, 2017
Marta Serra Garcia | University of California, San Diego | Time-inconsistent charitable giving
Maria Bigoni | University of Bologna | Money is more than memory

December 07, 2017
Lawrence Choo | University of Erlangen-Nuremberg | Whistleblowing and diffusion of responsibility.
An experiment
Giorgio Coricelli | University of Southern California | Dynamic regret aversion

November 30, 2017
Julie Chytilová | CERGE – Economics Institute, Prague | Acting in groups elevates antisocial behavior: Evidence from large-scale experiments in Europe and Africa
Jonathan de Quidt | IIES Stockholm | Implicit preferences inferred from choice

November 23, 2017
Sebastian Fehrler | University of Konstanz | Negotiating cooperation under uncertainty: Communication in noisy, indefinitely repeated interactions
Heather Sarsons | Harvard University | Interpreting signals: Evidence from medical referrals

November 16, 2017
Bob Hammond | North Carolina State University | Sequential school choice: Theory and evidence from the field and lab
Emanuel Vespa | University of California, Santa Barbara | Probabilistic states versus multiple certainties: The obstacle of risk in contingent reasoning

November 09, 2017
Karina Held | University of Magdeburg | Inducing stress in an economist’s lab: Anti-social behavior under acute stress
Steve Leider | University of Michigan | Designing incentives for startup teams: Form and timing of equity contracting

October 26, 2017
Daniel Chen | Toulouse School of Economics | Ideas have consequences: The impact of law and economics on american justice
Simon Weidenholzer | University of Essex | Copy trading

October 19, 2017
Peter Bednarik | University of Vienna | Competition promotes helping behavior via indirect reciprocity

October 13, 2017
BBE Workshop | WZB

July 19, 2017
Iwan Barankay | University of Pennsylvania | “Process vs retrieval practice incentives to induce lasting behavior modification: Evidence from a toothbrushing RCT”
Daniel Martin | Northwestern University | Complex disclosure

July 12, 2017
Sander Onderstal | University of Amsterdam | Collusion and corporate social responsibility: A laboratory experiment 
Don Moore | University of California, Berkeley | The epistemology of confidence: On the difficulty of being both wrong and knowing it

July 5, 2017
Sevgi Yuksel | University of California, Santa Barbara | Seeking and interpreting signals: An experiment
Ryan Oprea | University of California, Santa Barbara | General equilibrium experiments using revealed rather than induced preferences

June 28, 2017
Fabian Winter | MPI for Research on Collective Goods, Bonn | “Which real effort task should I choose? An experimental comparison of tasks and their behavioral effects”

June 21, 2017
Itai Ashlagi | Stanford University | Communication requirements and informative signaling in matching markets
Christhopher Roth | University of Oxford | Learning from the Mariels: Are immigrants really taking our jobs?
Philipp Strack | University of California, Berkeley | Turning up the heat: The demoralizing effect of competition in contests

June 14, 2017
Sigrid Suetens | University of Tilburg | Return on trust is lower for immigrants

June 7, 2017
Vera te Velde | University of Queensland | On the power of surprising versus anticipated gifts
Leandro Carvalho | University of Southern California | Complexity and sophistication

May 24, 2017
Boon Han Koh | University of Melbourne | Attribution biases in leadership: Is it effort or luck?
Andrew Schotter | New York University | Attention in games

May 17, 2017
Ragan Petrie | Texas A&M University | “Workplace competition and labor supply: A field experiment”
Ted Bergstrom | University of California, Santa Barbara | When was Coase right?

May 10, 2017
Silvia Saccardo | Carnegie Mellon University | Moral norms, image concerns and motivated reasoning
Joshua Miller | Bocconi University | Surprised by the gambler’s and hot hand fallacies? A truth in the law of small numbers

April 25, 2017
Dan Friedman | University of California, Santa Cruz | Varieties of risk elicitation

March 16, 2017
BBE Workshop | DIW

February 22, 2017
Sandro Ambuehl | University of Toronto Scarborough | An offer you can’t refuse?
Incentives change what we believe

February 15, 2017
Adriaan Soetevent | University of Groningen | (Non-)Insurance markets, loss size manipulation and competition: Experimental evidence

February 8, 2017
Thomas Buser | University of Amsterdam | Do women give up competing more easily?
Evidence from the lab and the Dutch Math Olympiad

February 1, 2017
Natalia Montinari | University of Lund | Getting to the top: Gender quotas in multistage tournaments

January 25, 2017
Jona Linde | University of Maastricht | Anchoring in bargaining

January 18, 2017
Tobias Regner | University of Jena | Moral wiggle room and reciprocity


September 5, 2016
BBE Workshop | Technische Universität Berlin

March 3, 2016
BBE Workshop | WZB


September 23, 2015
BBE Workshop | Technische Universität Berlin

March 23, 2015
BBE Workshop | WZB


September 15, 2014
BBE Workshop | ESMT

March 11, 2014
BBE Workshop | WZB


September 11, 2013
BBE Workshop | WZB

February 20, 2013
BBE Workshop | DIW


September 19, 2012
BBE Workshop | WZB

February 10, 2012
BBE Workshop | DIW


February 21, 2011
BBE Workshop | ESMT


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