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2017

Date Location Speaker & Title
17 January REG CR2

Anders Poulsen (CBESS Director)

Updates and Messages from the Director

24 January MED 1.02

Theodore Turocy (University of East Anglia)

Races with a finish line

07 February ARTS 2.02

Marcel Zeelenberg (University of Tilburg)

Regret in Decision Making

14 February REG CR2 Open
21 February ARTS 2.03

Anders Poulsen (University of East Anglia) & Kevin Grubiak (University of East Anglia)

Communication, focal points, and coordination

28 February ZICER 2.03

David Hugh-Jones (University of East Anglia)

Large-scale conflict and group identity: evidence from Google ngram data

07 March MED 2.02 Open
14 March JSC 1.03

Sanjeev Goyal (University of Cambridge)

Freedom of Association, Social Cohesion and Welfare

21 March C.HALL 0.1.08

Bob Sugden (University of East Anglia)

Are self-control problems really as common as behavioural economists assume?

25 April C.HALL 01.11 Open
02 May REG CR2 Lab Test (Emike Nasamu) 16:00-17:00 ZICER Lab
09 May TPSC 1.03

Daniel Balliet (VU Amsterdam)

Reciprocity Outperforms Conformity to Promote Cooperation

16 May TPSC 1.03

Izzatina Abdul Aziz (University of East Anglia)

Status and Trust in ex-Post Representative Leadership: Experimental Evidence from Malaysia

23 May ARTS 0.28 No Meeting
30 May ARTS 2.03 No Meeting
6 June ARTS 2.03

Ben D'Exelle (University of East Anglia)

Preferences or power? Household bargaining and uptake of family planning services in Tanzania

7 July Arts 1.15

Lu Dong (University of Nottingham

Equity Principle Meets Costly Monitoring and Heterogeneous Social Identities

 

 

2016

Date Speaker
Tue 26 Jan
Room TBC
Lucas Molleman (University of Nottingham)
Social learning and cooperation across societies 
Tue 9 Feb
Room TBC
Peiran Jiao (University of Oxford)
The double-channeled effects of experience on individual investment decisions: Experimental Evidence
Tue 23 Feb CANCELLED
Room TBC
Anders Poulsen (School of Economics, UEA)
Time pressure and coordination
Tue 01 Mar
Room TBC
Aikaterini Karadimitropoulou (School of Economics, UEA)
Financial contagion in the lab: Does network structure matter at all?
Tue 08 Mar
Room TBC
Subhasish Modak Chowdhury (School of Economics, UEA)
Title TBC
Tue 12 Apr
Room TBC
Enrica Carbone (Seconda Universita' di Napoli)
Equilibria in transportation network games with road pricing
Tue 19 Apr
Room TBC
Ian Levely (Wageningen University)
Contract enforcement and trustworthiness across ethnic groups: Experimental evidence from Northern Afghanistan
Tue 26 Apr
Room TBC
Emin Karagozoglu (Bilkent)
Bargaining under time pressure
Tue 03 May
Room TBC
Gary Charness (UC Santa Barbara)
Title TBC
Tue 10 May
Room TBC
Ed Hopkins (University of Edinburgh)
Title TBC
Tue 17 May
Room TBC
Ayala Arad (Tel Aviv University)
Studying multi-dimensional reasoning through the analysis of team communication
Tue 05 July
Room TBC
Amelia Fletcher (Norwich Business School, UEA)
Behavioural economics and competition: A regulator's perspective

2015

 

Date Speaker
Tue 22 Sep
Reg. CR2
Robert Dur (Erasmus)
Team Incentives, Social Cohesion, and Performance: A Natural Field Experiment
Tue 29 Sep
ARTS 2.07
Francesco Falluchi (School of Economics, UEA)
Affirmative Action through Consolation Prizes
Tue 06 Oct
ARTS 3.01
Peter Moffatt (School of Economics, UEA)
Title TBC
Tue 13 Oct
TPSC 0.1
Peter Serneels (School of International Development, UEA)
Title TBC
Tue 20 Oct
ARTS 3.07
Christoper Skedgel (Norwich Medical School, UEA)
Societal preferences over the allocation of healthcare resources
Tue 27 Oct
TPSC 1.03
Elisa Cavatorta (Institute for Fiscal Studies and King's College London)
Preferences and Exposure to Policy Shocks: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
Tue 03 Nov
ARTS 2.06
Giovanni Ponti (University of Alicante and Middlesex University)
Some (Mis)facts about Myopic Loss Aversion
Tue 10 Nov
ARTS 3.15
Enrique Fatás (School of Economics, UEA)
Title TBC
Tue 17 Nov
Reg. CR2
Peter Moffatt (School of Economics, UEA)
Parametric Estimation of Social Preference Models
Tue 24 Nov
ARTS 3.15
Marijke Verpoorten (University of Antwerp)
Trust in the aftermath of mass violence: insights from large-N life stories
Tue 01 Dec CANCELLED
Reg. CR2
Katerina Karadimitropoulou (School of Economics, UEA)
Title TBC
Tue 08 Dec CANCELLED
ARTS 2.07
Federica Alberti (University of Portsmouth)
Title TBC
Tue 27 Jan
ARTS 2.03
PhD Students
Student funding presentations
Tue 3 Feb
ARTS 2.05
Francesco Fallucchi (School of Economics, UEA)
Mind your own business: An experimental study on strategic ignorance in bargaining games
Sara Godoy (School of Economics, UEA)
Moral motivations for giving in dictator games: A cross-cultural comparison
Tue 10 Feb
ARTS 2.03
Mike Brock (School of Economics, UEA)
Putting Bambi in the firing line: Applying moral philosophy to environmental and economic attitudes on deer culling
Tue 17 Feb
ARTS 2.05
Jeff Carpenter (Middlebury College)
Incentives and the design of charitable fundraisers: Lessons from a field experiment
Tue 24 Feb
ARTS 01.02
Anita Kopányi-Peuker (University of Amsterdam)
Endogenous information disclosure in experimental oligopolies
Tue 3 Mar
ARTS 2.03
Patricio Dalton (Tilburg University)
Does the unemployment benefit institution affect the productivity of workers? Evidence from the field
Tue 10 Mar
ARTS 2.03
Francesco Guala (University of Milano Bicocca)
A political justification of nudging
Tue 17 Mar
ARTS 01.02
Antonio Cabrales (UCL)
Can there be a market for cheap-talk information? Some experimental evidence
Thu 26 Mar
ARTS 3.01
Tom Palfrey (Caltech)
Equilibrium tax rates and income redistribution: A laboratory study
Tue 14 Apr
ARTS 01.02
Theodore Turocy (School of Economics, UEA)
Two-bidder all-pay auctions with private signals: Experimental evidence
Tue 28 Apr
ARTS 3.27
Anders Poulsen (School of Economics, UEA)
Real-time non-cooperative tacit bargaining situations: An experiment
Tue 5 May
ARTS 01.01
David Hugh-Jones (School of Economics, UEA)
Coalition building and social identity

Tue 19 May
ARTS 3.27

Ben D'Exelle (School of International Development, UEA)
Network effects in games with aligned and conflicting interests: Evidence from rural Uganda

Fri 22 May
ARTS 3.27

Konstantina Mari (University of York)
Do People Disinvest Optimally?

2014

 

Lauri Sääksvuori (European Commission)
Tuesday, 21st January 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.03
Conflict and cooperation: Some recent experimental evidence

 

Marco Faillo (Trento)
Tuesday, 28th January 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.03
The roles of level-k and team reasoning in solving coordination games

 

Patrick Nolen (Essex)
Tuesday, 4th February 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.03
Incentives and children's dietary choices: A field experiment in primary schools

 

Ben D'Exelle (School of International Development, UEA)
Tuesday, 11th February 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 0.100
Investment behaviour, risk pooling and social distance

 

Paul Clist (School of International Development, UEA)
Tuesday, 18th February 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.03
Nature's frames and reference lotteries

 

Pieter Serneels (School of International Development, UEA)
Tuesday, 25th February 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 0.100
Health information, treatment, and worker productivity: Experimental evidence from malaria testing and treatment among Nigerian sugarcane cutters

 

J. Michelle Brock
Tuesday, 4th March 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.03
Generosity norms and intrinsic motivation in health care provision: Evidence from the laboratory and field

 

Robert Lensink (Groningen)
Tuesday, 11th March 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 0.100
Business training and intertemporal consumption: Experimental evidence from Vietnam

 

Enrique Fatás (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 18th March 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.03
TBC

 

Anders Poulsen (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 25th March 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.01
How focal is equality, efficiency, and total payoff maximization in bargaining?

 

George Loewenstein (Carnegie Mellon)
Tuesday, 1st April 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.03
Implications of an evolutionary account of affect

 

Andrew Bayliss (School of Psychology, UEA)
Tuesday, 29th April 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.03
Interacting with objects: Fluency, ownership, and joint attention

 

Gordon Brown (University of Warwick)
Tuesday, 3rd June 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.03
Relative rank theory and social sampling

 

Ron Harstad (University of Missouri)
Tuesday, 10th June 2014 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.01
Behavioral efficiency: Definition, methodology, deminstrations

Tue 7 Oct
ARTS 3.01
Jim Andreoni (University of California, San Diego)
Holier than thou? Testing models of social interaction in charitable giving
Tue 14 Oct
ARTS 3.01
Subhasish M. Chowdhury (School of Economics, UEA)
Group size and matching protocol in contests
Tue 21 Oct
ARTS 3.01
Mike Brock (School of Economics, UEA)
Putting Bambi in the firing line: Applying moral philosophy to environmental and economic attitudes on deer culling
Tue 28 Oct
ARTS 3.01
Andreas Leibbrandt (Monash University)
If one price is good, are two better? Experimental evidence on pricing and customer antagonism
Tue 4 Nov
ARTS 3.01
Anders Poulsen (School of Economics, UEA)
Focal agreements in bargaining situations with efficiency-equality tradeoffs: Experimental evidence
Tue 11 Nov
ARTS 3.01
David Rojo Arjona (University of Leicester)
Focality and asymmetry in multi-battle contests
Tue 18 Nov
ARTS 3.01
Pieter Serneels (School of International Development, UEA)
Agricultural workers' willingness to pay for malaria insurance at the workplace: Experimental evidence from Nigeria
Tue 25 Nov
ARTS 3.01
Amrish Patel (University of Gothenburg)
Reciprocity networks and the participation problem
Tue 9 Dec
ARTS 3.01
Enrique Fatás (School of Economics, UEA)
Complementary actions and antisocial behaviour
Tue 16 Dec
ARTS 3.01
Melanie Parravano (Norwich Medical School, UEA)
To pay or not to pay? Determinants of unlawful product acquisition

2013

Shaun Hargreaves-Heap (UEA)
Tuesday, 8th January 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 2.03
Inequality and competition between teams

Enrique Fatas (UEA)
Tuesday, 15th January 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 2.02
Carry a big stick, or no stick at all: An experimental analysis of trust and endogenous punishment

Antonio Morales (UEA)
Tuesday, 29th January 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in TPSC 1.3
Discrete Travelers: Step level thinking and coordination games

CBESS student funding presentations
Tuesday, 5th February 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 2.02

Paul Clist (School of International Development, UEA)
Tuesday, 12th February 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 2.02
Status quo bias in investment and insurance behaviour: Evidence from a Ugandan field experiment

Eyal Winter (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Tuesday, 26th February 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 2.02
Mental equilibrium and mind reading

Subhasish Modak-Chowdhury (UEA)
Tuesday, 5th March 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in TPSC 1.7
Over-dissipation and convergence in rent-seeking experiments: Cost structure and prize allocation rules

Santiago Sanchez Pages (Barcelona and Edinburgh)
Tuesday, 12th March 2013 (13:10-14:00) in ARTS 3.27
Inequality in contests

Adriaan Soetevent (Amsterdam)
Tuesday, 19th March 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 2.02
Insurance, risk aversion, and loss manipulation: An experiment

David Hugh-Jones (Essex)
Tuesday, 16th April 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 01.02
Intergroup Revenge: An Experiment On The Causes

Boris van Leeuwen (Amsterdam)
Tuesday, 23th April 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 01.02
Centrality, Control and Exclusion in Social Dilemmas

 

Krista Jabs Saral (Webster University, Geneva)
30th April 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 01.02
Multi-Object Auctions with Resale: An Experimental Analysis

Maria Montero (Nottingham)
Tuesday, 14th May 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 01.02
The value of votes in weighted voting games: An experiment

Robert Sugden (UEA)
Tuesday, 21st May 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 01.02
A simple model of rank-based decision-making by consumers

Michael Roos (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
Thursday, 30th May 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 3.26/3.27
Intuition and reasoning in choosing ambiguous and risky lotteries

Bereket Kebede (UEA)
Tuesday, 11th June 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 3.03
Public goods, inequality and social pressure: An experimental study from Rwanda

Emanuela Lezzi (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 18th June 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 1.02
Fairness, Expectations and Sabotage: An Experiment on Tournaments

Sander Onderstal
Tuesday, 25th June 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 01.02
Collusion and the choice of auction: An experimental study

Marco Castillo (George Mason)
Thursday, 4th July 2013 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 3.26/3.27
Early experiences predict the risk preferences of children: experimental evidence from a longitudinal study of Peruvian children

Theodore Turocy (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 17th September 2013 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.03
Affiliated values auctions experiments: A design

Timo Goeschl (Heidelberg)
Tuesday, 18th September 2013 (14.00 - 15.00) in ARTS 2.02
Costly Monitoring and Third-Party Sanctioning: Experimental Evidence

Roman Sheremeta (Chapman and Case Western)
Tuesday, 8th October 2013 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.02
Commitment problems in conflict resolution

 

Fabio Galeotti (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 15th October 2013 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.02
Competence versus trustworthiness: What do voters care about?

 

Anders Poulsen (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 24th September 2013 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 2.02
Efficiency and equity in unstructured bargaining situations

 

Matteo Ploner (Trento)
Tuesday, 22nd October 2013 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.02
Hold it or sell it? An experimental analysis of the disposition effect

 

Natalia Montinari (Lund)
Tuesday, 5th November 2013 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.02
Experience-driven learning in public goods games

 

Michalis Drouvelis (Birmingham)
Tuesday, 12th November 2013 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.02
The effects of anger and happiness on pro-social behaviour

 

Luigi Mittone (Trento)
Tuesday, 19th November 2013 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.02
Norms and trades: An experimental investigation

Odile Poulsen (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 3rd December 2013 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 3.02
Stake size and the power of focal points in coordination games


2012

Shaun Hargreaves Heap (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 17th January 2012 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.02
Self-deception, relative comparisons and level-k

 

CBESS PhD students
Tuesday, 24th January 2012 (16.10-17.50) in ARTS 01.02
PhD student funding proposal presentations

 

Stefan Penczynski (Mannheim)
Tuesday, 7th February 2012 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.02
A level-k model of social learning

 

Erwin Bulte (Wagenigen)
Tuesday, 14th February 2012 (16.10-17.45) in ARTS 2.07
Corruption, Investments and Contributions to Public Goods: Experimental Evidence from Rural Liberia
Seminar is hosted jointly with the School of International Development.

 

Subhashish Modak Chowdhury and Theodore Turocy (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 21st February 2012 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.02
Contests: Theory and experiments

 

Ben D'Exelle (School of International Development, UEA)
Tuesday, 28th February 2012 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.02
Directed Generosity and Social Embeddedness

 

Ghazala Azmat (QMUL)
Tuesday, 6th March 2012 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.02
The Provision of Relative Performance Feedback Information: An Experimental Analysis of Performance and Happiness

 

Bertil Tungodden (Bergen)
Tuesday, 13th March 2012 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Edutainment for entrepreneurship: A field experiment in Tanzania
Seminar is hosted jointly with the School of International Development.

 

Sanjeev Goyal (Cambridge)
Friday, 16th March 2012 (14.10-15.30) in ARTS 3.01
Network Cognition

 

Chetan Dave (New York University)
Tuesday 20th March 2012 (14:10-15:00) in ARTS 3.01
Preferences, Rights Frames and Coase's Theorem: Experimental Results


Marie Claire Villeval (GATS-CNRS, Lyon)
Tuesday, 27th March 2012 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.02
Power, Hypocrisy, and Social Preferences

 

Gary Charness (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Thursday, 29th March 2012 (13:30-15:15) in ARTS 3.03
Self Confidence and Strategic Deterrence
Seminar is hosted jointly with the School of Economics.

 

Melanie Parravano (CBESS, UEA)
Tuesday 24th April 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 01.02
Cognitive Underpinnings of Behavior in the Traveler's Dilemma: Treasures and Contradictions Revisited

 

Arjan Verschoor (School of International Development, UEA)
Tuesday, 1st May 2012 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.02
Household decision-making is inefficient: experimental evidence from India, Ethiopia and Nigeria

 

Ed Hopkins (Edinburgh)
Tuesday, 8th May 2012 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.02
Inequality and Risk-Taking Behaviour

 

Emin Karagözoğlu (Bilkent)
Tuesday, 15th May 2012 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.02
The Interaction of Commitment and Reason in Bargaining: A test of Schelling's hypothesis

 

Michaelis Drouvelis (Birmingham)
Tuesday, 22nd May 2012 (16.10-17.30) in ARTS 01.02
Endogenous Public Goods Institutions: Who Likes to Punish?

 

Stefania Sitzia (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 12th June 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 01.02
The Power of Default with Inattentive Consumers

 

Davide Dragone (Bologna)
Tuesday, 26th June 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 3.01
Effective and Efficient Experimental Instructions

 

Oliver Gürtler (University of Cologne)
Thursday, 25th August 2012 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.27
Inequality Aversion and Externalities
 

 

Phil Bacon (UEA)
Thursday, 18th July 2013 (13.10 - 14.00) in ARTS 3.27
Designing Energy Conservation Contests: A Natural Field Experiment.
 

 

Syngjoo Choi (UCL)
Tuesday, 25th September 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 2.01
An Experimental Study of Sponsored-Search Auctions
 

 

Dana Sisak (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Tuesday, 2nd October 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 3.15
Social Preferences or Collusion? Experimental Evidence
 

Todd Kaplan (University of Exeter)
Friday, 5th October 2012 (15.00 - 16.30) in ARTS 01.02
An Experiment on the Causes of Bank Run Contagions
 

 

Frederick Wandschneider and Subhasish M. Chowdhury (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 9th October 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 3.05
The deterrence effect of the probability and magnitude of fines on cartels: an experimental study
 

 

Theodore L. Turocy (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 16th October 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in SCI 3.05
Bidding behaviour in asymmetric first-price auctions
 

 

Angela Robinson (Norwich Medical School)
Tuesday, 23th October 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in QUEENS 1.04
The use of risk-based discrete choice experiments to estimate utility values for health states
 

 

Subhasish Modak-Chowdhury (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 30th October 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in SCI 3.05
"Income Effect and Altruism" and "Altruism, Anticipation and Gender

 


Miguel Costa-Gomes (Aberdeen)
Tuesday, 6th November 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 2.01
Beliefs and actions in the trust game: Creating instrumental variables to estimate the causal effect

 


Pieter Serneels (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 13th November 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in SCI 3.05
Information and collective action in community based monitoring of schools: Field and lab experimental evidence from Uganda


Tim Besley (LSE)
Tuesday, 20th November 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 3.02
The Welfare Cost of Lawlessness: Evidence from Somali Piracy
 

Marco Casari (Bologna)
Tuesday, 27th November 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in SCI 3.05
Time Horizon and Cooperation in Continuous Time
 

 

Florian Artinger
Tuesday, 11th December 2012 (16.10 - 17.30) in ARTS 3.01
Aspiration-adaptation, Price Setting, and the Used Car Market


 

2011

Nick Feltovich (University of Aberdeen)
Tuesday, 18th January 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.02
How sensitive are bargaining outcomes to changes in disagreement payoffs? (joint work with Nejat Anbarci)

 

Morten Lau (University of Newcastle)
Tuesday, 25th January 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Discounting Behaviour: A Reconsideration

 

Arno Riedl (University of Maastricht)
Tuesday, 8th February 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 1.83
Enforcement of Contribution Norms in Public Good Games with Heterogeneous Populations

 

Michael Roos (University of Bochum)
Tuesday, 15th February 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.01
Rational Inattentiveness in the Lab: the Effect of Information Costs on Forecasting

 

Matthias Uhl (Max Planck Institute of Economics)
Tuesday, 1st March 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.01
Two Experiments on Self-Commitment

 

Alexander Sebald (University of Copenhagen)
Tuesday, 15th March 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 2.02
How (Not) To Decide: Procedural Games

 

Håkan Holm (Lund University)
Tuesday, 22nd March 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 2.02
Sticking to Prices? Behavioral Differences in Price Setting (joint work with Emma Svensson)

 

Claire Lawrence (University of Nottingham)
Tuesday, 29th March 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.01
Aggressive behaviour in the lab: The influence of person and context and the impact of a non-aggressive opponent

 

Pedro Vicente (Trinity College Dublin)
Tuesday, 5th April 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.01
Is Information Power? Using Cell Phones during an Election in Mozambique (joint work with Jenny C. Aker and Paul Collier)

 

Donna Harris (University of Cambridge)
Tuesday, 10th May 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
To Favour or Not to Favour? The Influence of Social Norms on In-group Favouritism

 

Indrajit Ray (University of Birmingham)
Tuesday, 24th May 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Avoiding Coordination-Failure using Correlation Devices: Experiments in 2x2 Games (joint work with John Bone and Michalis Drouvelis)

 

Bettina Klose (University of Zurich)
Tuesday, 14th June 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Behavior in All-Pay and Winner-Pay Auctions with Identity-Dependent Externalities (joint work with Roman Sheremeta)

 

Michael Roos (University of Bochum)
Tuesday, 2nd November 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
An Experimental Test of the Microfoundations of the Calvo Phillips Curve
 

CBESS PhD Students
Tuesday, 11th October 2011 (16.10-18.00) in ARTS 3.02
PhD student funding proposal presentations

 

Ailko van der Veen (University of Amsterdam)
Tuesday, 18th October 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.02
How to subsidize contributions to public goods: Does the frog jump out of the boiling water?

 

Eamonn Ferguson (University of Nottingham)
Wednesday, 19th October 2011 (16.10-17.00) in EFRY 01.08
Blood/organ donation and human altruism

 

Robert Sugden (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 25th October 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.03
Economic Models as Credible Fictions

 

Dan Kovenock (University of Iowa)
Tuesday, 1st November 2011 (16.15-17.45) in ARTS 3.02
The optimal defense of networks of targets
Seminar is hosted jointly with the ESRC Centre for Competition Policy

 

David Cooper (Florida State)
Monday, 7th November 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.03
The gift of advice: Communication in a bilateral gift exchange game

 

Anders Poulsen (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 15th November 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.02
Focal Points in Unstructured Bargaining Situations

 

Ariel Rubinstein (University of Tel Aviv)
Monday, 5th December 2011 (13.10-14.00) in ARTS 3.03
Colonel Blotto's Top Secret Files: Multi-Dimensional Iterative Reasoning in Action

 

Andrea Isoni (University of Warwick)
Tuesday, 6th December 2011 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 2.03
Preference and Belief Imprecision in Games

 


2010

Edward Cartwright (University of Kent)
Tuesday, 19th January 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Endogenous Leadership in a Coordination Game with Conflict of Interest and Asymmetric Information

 

Bruce Lyons and Daniel John Zizzo (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 26th January 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.26
Professional interpretation of the standard of proof: an experimental test on merger regulation

 

Elke Renner (CeDEx, University of Nottingham)
Tuesday, 9th February 2010 (17.10-18.00) in ARTS 01.01
Charity begins at home (joint with Steven J. Humphrey)

 

Miguel Fonseca (University of Exeter)
Tuesday, 16th February 2010 (16.10-17.00) in EFRY 1.01
Tacit and explicit collusion: Experimental evidence

 

Georg von Weizsäcker (London School of Economics)
Tuesday, 2nd March 2010 (17.10-18.00) in ARTS 01.01
Correlation Neglect in Financial Decision-Making (with Erik Eyster)

 

Konrad Burchardi (London School of Economics)
Tuesday, 16th March 2010 (17.10-18.00) in ARTS 01.01
Out Of Your Mind: Estimating The Level-k Model (with Stefan Penczynski)

 

David Rojo Arjona (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 23rd March 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.27
Hide and seek games and simple heuristics

 

Subhashish Modak Chowdhury (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 30th March 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.26
Overbidding by Design, and Wealth Effects in Giving Game

 

Bereket Kebede (School of International Development, UEA)
Tuesday, 11th May 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.27
Bargaining power within households: An experimental study

 

Juan Camilo Cardenas (Universidad de los Andes)
Tuesday, 8th June 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Collective Action in Watersheds: field experiments about vertical cooperation in Kenya, Thailand and Colombia

 

Lata Gangadharan (Monash University, Melbourne)
Monday, 5th July 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Cooperation Spillovers and Price Competition in Experimental Markets (joint work with Tim Cason)

 

Theodore Turocy (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 6th July 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Bidding Behaviour in Asymmetric First-Price Auctions (joint work with Todd Kaplan)
 

Anders Poulsen (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 9th November 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Real losses in coordination games (joint work with Andreas Dickert)

 

Syngjoo Choi (UCL, London)
Wednesday, 16th November 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Who is (More) Rational?

 

Subhasish Modak Chowdhury (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 30th November 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Identity and Conflict: Making sense of Sen

 

Hywel Williams (School of Computing, UEA)
Tuesday, 7 December 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.27
Playing the climate game

 

Alex Karakostas (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 14th December 2010 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
An experimental study of the tenuous trade-off between risk and incentives


2009

Shaun Hargreaves Heap and Grischa Perino (School of Economics)
Monday, 9th November 2009 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.26
Individual preferences for greenhouse gas abatement

 

Martin Sefton (CeDEx, University of Nottingham)
Tuesday, 10th November 2009 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Does free entry eliminate economic rents: An experimental study (joint with John Morgan and Henrik Orzen)

 

Johannes Abeler (CeDEx, University of Nottingham)
Tuesday, 24th November 2009 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Fungibility, Labels and Consumption (joint with Felix Marklein)

 

Anders Poulsen (School of Economics, UEA)
Tuesday, 1st December 2009 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 3.26
Complexity and focality in coordination games

 

Abigail Barr (University of Oxford)
Tuesday, 8th December 2009 (16.10-17.00) in ARTS 01.01
Homo Æqualis: A Cross-Society Experimental Analysis of Three Bargaining Games (joint with C. Wallace, J. Henrich, J. Ensminger, R. McElreath, C. Barrett, A. Bolyanatz, J. C. Cardenas, M. Gurven, E. Gwako, C. Lesorogol, F. Marlowe, D. Tracer, and J. Ziker)

 

Philip Corr (School of Social Work and Psychology, UEA)
Monday, 14th December 2009 in ARTS 3.27
Optimising Behavioural Economics: The Role and Relevance of Behavioural Psychology

Date Location Speaker & Title
17 January REG CR2

Anders Poulsen (CBESS Director)

Updates and Messages from the Director

24 January MED 1.02

Theodore Turocy (University of East Anglia)

Races with a finish line

07 February ARTS 2.02

Marcel Zeelenberg (University of Tilburg)

Regret in Decision Making

14 February REG CR2 Open
21 February ARTS 2.03

Anders Poulsen (University of East Anglia) & Kevin Grubiak (University of East Anglia)

Communication, focal points, and coordination

28 February ZICER 2.03

David Hugh-Jones (University of East Anglia)

Large-scale conflict and group identity: evidence from Google ngram data

07 March MED 2.02 Open
14 March JSC 1.03

Sanjeev Goyal (University of Cambridge)

Freedom of Association, Social Cohesion and Welfare

21 March C.HALL 0.1.08

Bob Sugden (University of East Anglia)

Are self-control problems really as common as behavioural economists assume?

25 April C.HALL 01.11 Open
02 May REG CR2 Lab Test (Emike Nasamu) 16:00-17:00 ZICER Lab
09 May TPSC 1.03

Daniel Balliet (VU Amsterdam)

Reciprocity Outperforms Conformity to Promote Cooperation

16 May TPSC 1.03

Izzatina Abdul Aziz (University of East Anglia)

Status and Trust in ex-Post Representative Leadership: Experimental Evidence from Malaysia

23 May ARTS 0.28 No Meeting
30 May ARTS 2.03 No Meeting
6 June ARTS 2.03

Ben D'Exelle (University of East Anglia)

Preferences or power? Household bargaining and uptake of family planning services in Tanzania

7 July Arts 1.15

Lu Dong (University of Nottingham

Equity Principle Meets Costly Monitoring and Heterogeneous Social Identities