CBESS seminars

Group meetings will be held in EFRY 2.27.

4 October 2022
Laura Harvey (UEA School of Economics)
“Global (Local) Inequality and Promotion Contests”

11 October 2022
Stefan Penczynski (UEA School of Economics) and Stefania Sitzia (UEA School of Economics)
"Compound games (grant session)"

18 October 2022
Jordan Harold (UEA School of Psychology)
Predicting the future: judgements and biases with time-series data

25 October 2022
Janithe Siriwardana (UEA School of Economics)
Experimental demand estimation with branded products (design session)

15 November 2022
Mayada Elsabbagh (McGill University)
The neuroscience of resilience: Lessons from autism

22 November 2022
Ariel Gu (UEA School of Economics)
"Investor Preferences and Overpricing of Lottery-Like Stocks: Evidence from a Choice Experiment"

29 November 2022
Ellen Green (Arizona State University)
Subjective expectations and uncertainty: A study of the deceased-donor
transplantation process

10 January 2023
Daniel Zizzo (University of Queensland)
TBA

Past Events

18 January 2022
Neil Garrett (PSY, UEA)
"Reexamining Heuristics and planning in Economic Choice"

25 January 2022
Ted Turocy (UEA)
"A New Measure of Consumer Engagement with Markets"

1 February 2022
Eli Spiegelman (Burgandy School of Business)
"Discrimination in the large and the small: social exclusion and sensitivity to notional fines"

Wednesday 9 February, 4-5pm. EFRY 01.10
Peter Moffatt (ECO)
"Using supermarket loyalty card data to measure the differential impact of the UK soft drink sugar tax on buyer behaviour"

Wednesday 27 April, 4-5pm in EFRY 2.27
Grace Lin (ECO, CDCC)
"Supermarket loyalty card data on animal and plant-based foods"

Tuesday 3 May, 4-5pm in EFRY 2.27
Siri Isaksson (Norwegian School of Economics)
"It Takes Two: Gender Differences in Group Work"

Wednesday 8 June, 4-5pm in EFRY 2.27
Beatriz de la Iglesia (CMP)
TBA

12 October 2021
David Just (Cornell University)
"But it Came from a Food Pantry: Product Stigma and Quality Perception of Food Pantry Offerings"

7 December 2021 in REG 3.15
David Cooper (UEA, U Iowa)
"Effective Leadership Across Contexts"