Read out

Seminar Series

September 17th, 2019Marco FaravelliUniversity of Queensland“Conflict in the Pool”
September 3rd, 2019Ralph-C BayerUniversity of Adelaide“On the credibility of punishment in repeated social dilemma games”
August 28th, 2019Johannes HoelzemannUniversity of Lausanne"Bandits in the Lab”
June 18th, 2019Michael JetterUWA"Truth and absolution in Colombia: For FARC's sake”
June 17th, 2019Ali Ozkes WU Vienna“Strategic environment, communication, cognitive skills, and cooperation”
June 6th, 2019Timm Teubner & Christian Waibel TU Berlin & ETH Zurich“Rankings in Health Care Markets: Theory and Experimental Evidence” & "Profile Photos, Avatars, and the Platform Economy”
May 28th, 2019Adam SanjurjoUniversity of California"A Bridge from Monty Hall to the Hot Hand: The Principle of Restricted Choice
May 13th, 2019Kerstin GroschInsitute for advanced studies"Increasing children’s interest in STEM”
May 7th, 2019John AntonakisUniversity of Lausanne"Just Words? Just Speeches?” On the Economic Value of Charismatic Leadership”
April 9th, 2019Stefan Trautmann University of Heidelberg"Does money make you mean?”
April 2nd, 2019Lisa Bruttel University of Potsdam"The effect of a leniency rule on cartel formation and stability: experiments with open communication”
March 5th, 2019Christine GrimmWU Vienna"Strategic Manipulation of Contribution Information in Public Good Games with Punishment”
January 22nd, 2019Heike Hennig-SchmidtUniversity of Bonn"Altruistic preferences in medicine: An experimental panel study“
January 15th, 2019Martin Fochmann University of Cologne“When happy people make society unhappy: How incidental emotions affect compliance behavior”
January 8th, 2019Marianne StephanidesWU Vienna“How avatars affect trust and trustworthiness in online marketplaces”
December 11th, 2018Stefan LehnerWU Vienna“Innovative pricing policies for commuting: a field experiment”
December 4th, 2018Victor Gonzalez Jimenez University of Vienna“Contracting Probability Distortions”
November 27th, 2018Christiane SchwierenUniversity of Heidelberg“Social Norm Perception in Economic Laboratory Experiments: Inexperienced versus Experienced Participants”
November 20th, 2018Simone HäcklWU Vienna“Conscientious over-placement versus biased self-perception”
November 13th, 2018Raisa SherifMax-Planck-Institute“Sanctioning, selection and pivotality - Theory and experimental results”
November 6th, 2018Diya Elizabeth Abraham Masaryk University"The Effects of Feeling Trusted on Exploration"
October 23rd, 2018Jelena CerarWU Vienna"The effect of psychic distance on the internal capital allocation to subsidiaries’ proposals”
October 9th, 2018Peter WernerMaastricht University"Wage negotiations and strategic responses to transparency”
June 19th, 2018Stefan PalanUniversity of Graz"Stronger together: Comparing aggregation mechanisms for obtaining optimal predictions”
June 12th, 2018Martin KocherUniversity of Vienna"Cooperation in a company: a large-scale experiment”
May 22nd, 2018László Csató Corvinus University"Strategy-proofness of sports rules”
May 15th, 2018Gigi FosterUniversity of New South Wales“The Role of Communication in Managing Multi-level Conflicts”
May 15th, 2018Jingjing ZhangUniversity of Technology Sydney“Is there a gender power paradox within the household? A replication and extension of Bertrand, Kamenica, and Pan (2015) for the US and Australia"
May 8th, 2018Wendelin Schnedler Paderborn University“Why letter writing leads to kindness: Regulating emotions or activating pro-social thinking?”
April 24th, 2018Peter KatuščákCERGE-EI“How to Boost revenues in First-Price Auctions? The Magic of Disclosing Only Winning Bids from Past Auctions”
April 10th, 2018Owen PowellWU Vienna“Designing and Running Economics Experiments with jtree”
March 27th, 2018Attila AmbrusDuke University“Informal risk sharing with local information”
March 20th, 2018Stéphane Luchini Université Aix-Marseille“Eyewitness Testimony under oath: An experimental investigation”
March 13th, 2018James TremewanWU Vienna“Communication, transparency, and endogenously conflicted advisers”
February 13th, 2018Ondřej Krčál Masaryk University“The Effect of Housing Conditions on Preferences and Behavior: Lab-in-the-Field Experiments with Participants of a Randomized Controlled Trial”
January 23rd, 2018Christine GrimmWU Vienna“Commitment in food choices”
January 16th, 2018Marianne StephanidesWU Vienna“Communication and helping behavior: An experimental study”
January 9th, 2017Stephan LehnerWU Vienna"Innovative pricing policies for urban traffic: a field experiment”
December 12th, 2017Sara le Roux Oxford Brookes Business School"Climate Change Catastrophes and Insuring Decisions: A Study in the Presence of Ambiguity”
December 5th, 2017Ann-Kathrin KoesslerUniversity Osnabrück"How to create commitment for pro-social behaviour?”
November 28th, 2017Jana FreundtUniversity of Hamburg"Corrupted Votes and Rule Compliance"
November 21st, 2017Paul Pezanis-ChristouUniversity of Adelaide"A naive approach to bidding"
November 15th, 2017Andrew OswaldUniversity of Warwick"The Midlife Crisis, Suicide, and Social and Economic Policy"
October 24th, 2017Manuel SchwaningerUniversity of Vienna“Conditional Altruism in Bilateral Bargaining”
October 17th, 2017Maleke Fourati University of Geneva“Are Muslim immigrants really different? Experimental evidence from the Lebanese Australian community”
August 29th, 2017Juan Carlos Carbajal University of New South Wales"Policy Persistence and Economic Reform"
July 11th, 2017Stephan LehnerWU ViennaSmart Parking and Road Pricing: A field experiment?
June 14th, 2017Karl SchlagUniversity Vienna“Mathematically Correct Tests for Comparing Variables”
May 30th, 2017Alexander Usvitskiy Florida State University“State-contingent risk-taking in dynamic contests”
May 19th, 2017Daniel Wiesen University Cologne“Performance pay and motivation crowding-out: Evidence from an experiment with general practitioners”.
May 19th, 2017Daniel WiesenUniversity Cologne“Behavioral experiments in health”
May 2nd, 2017Gigi FosterUniversity of New South Wales“What Women Want (their men to do): Housework and Satisfaction in Australian Households”
April 4th, 2017Nemanja Antic Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University"Screening through coordination"
March 28th, 2017Judd KesslerThe Wharton School, The University of Pennsylvania"Thinking fast and slow: generosity over time"
March 21st, 2017Lukas WennerUniversity Cologne"More Effort With Less Pay - On Information Avoidance, Belief Design and Performance"
March 21st, 2017Martin FinkenzellerWU Vienna“The silence of the founders: What makes nascent entrepreneurs reveal or conceal their business idea”
March 14th, 2017Stéphane Luchini Greqam, Marseille, France“Commitment to truth-telling and Trust”
March 7th, 2017Owen PowellWU Vienna“Mispricing: experiments and theory”
January 31st, 2017Marianne StephanidesWU Vienna“Apologies in economic decisions”
January 24th, 2017Ondřej Krčál Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic"Killing two birds with one stone: Reducing fiscal and welfare loss of tax Evasion”
January 17th, 2017Redzo MujcicWU Vienna“A Natural Field Experiment on Discriminatory Gifts”
December 6th, 2016Anita ZednikWU Vienna“The search for good music: preliminary results of latent class analyses of music listen and download choice”
November 22nd, 2016Christine GrimmWU Vienna“Bargaining, Asymmetric Information and Strategic Communication”
November 15th, 2016Markus DeimelWU Vienna“Investigating self-selection mechanisms induced by selective revealing”
November 8th, 2016Ben GreinerWU Vienna“Democratic punishment in public good games with perfect and imperfect observability”
October 25th, 2016Florian SpitzerWU Vienna“Product Testing in Markets for Experience Goods”
October 11th, 2016Johannes HölzemannUniversity of New South Wales“Gender effects on eBay: 'How many cents on the dollar? Women and men in product markets”
October 4th, 2016Redzo Mujcic WU Vienna“Team Gender Diversity in High-Stake Competitions”