Guests

A4 - Unvollständige Verträge, Marktinteraktion und soziale Vergleichsprozesse

name home institution research topic/kind begin/end
Maria Polyakova MIT 01.07.2014
31.08.2014
Sebastian Bauhoff Bing Center for Health Economics, RAND Corporation, VA, Arlington 30.06.2014
15.07.2014
Sebastian Bauhoff Bing Center for Health Economics, RAND Corporation, VA, Arlington 30.06.2014
15.07.2014
Urs Fischbacher Universität Konstanz

Do you lend money to a pilot? On trust in ability and in reciprocity

16.07.2013
Erte Xiao Carnegie Mellon University

Sign me up! A new model and field experiment on volunteering

08.07.2013
Aniol Llorente-Sauger MPI Bonn

Divided Majortiy and Information Aggregation: Theory and Experiment

24.06.2013
Elena Cettolin Mastricht University

Investment Behavior, Risk Pooling and Social Distance: Experimental Evidence from Rural Uganda

17.06.2013
Yan Chen University of Michigan

Crowdsourcing with All-pay Auctions: A Field Experiment on Tasken

11.06.2013
Ben D'Exelle University of East Anglia

Investment Behavior, Risk Pooling and Social Distance: Experimental

Evidence from Rural Uganda

10.06.2013
Etienne Wasmer Sciences Po.

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluation of the 1989 French welfare reform using a natural experiment: the 1908 social laws in Alsace-Moselle

14.05.2013
Guido Friebel Toulouse School of Economics

Sorting of Motivated Agents: Evidence from Applicants to the German

Police

13.05.2013
Thomas de Haan Universität Jena

Discrimination in the Labor Market: The Curse of Competition between Workers

06.05.2013
Sebastian Ebert Universität Bonn

Until the bitter end: On Prospect Theory in a Dynamic Context

29.04.2013
Joel van der Weele Goethe Universität Frankfurt

Self-Image and Strategic Ignorance in Moral Dilemmas

22.04.2013
Dirk Engelmann Universität Mannheim

Choosing how to choose: Efficiency Concerns in a Two-Stage Voting Experiment

16.04.2013
Bettina Rockenbach Universität zu Köln

Cosumer Social Responsibility

05.02.2013
Jeroen van de Ven University of Amsterdam

The effects of face-to-face interaction on the ability to detect deceit in an economic exchange

04.02.2013
Oriana Bandiera London School of Economics

Can basic entrepreneurship transform the economic lives of the poor? 

29.01.2013
Guillaume Frechette New York University

The Impact of Monitoring in Infinitely Repeated Games: Perfect, Public, and Private

22.01.2013
Dana Sisak ERASMUS University Rotterdam

Social Preferences or Collusion?

Experimental Evidence

21.01.2013
Nagore Iriberri Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Let's (Not) Talk about Sex: Gender Awareness and Stereotype-Threat on Performance under Competition

15.01.2013
Gijs van de Kuilen Tilburg University

Sensitivity towards Ambiguity: A Qualitative

Test and a Measurement

14.01.2013
Maximilian Rüger Universität Hamburg

Multi-Attribute Reference-Dependent

Anticipatory Utility

07.01.2013
Julia Nafziger Aarhus University

Goals and Mental Accounting

17.12.2012
Charles Noussair Tilburg University

The impact of asset repurchases and issues in an experimental market

11.12.2012
Adam Szeidl Central European University Budapest

Treasure Hunt: Social Learning in the Field

04.12.2012
Ana Babus Imperial College London

Trading and Information Diffusion in Overthe-

Counter Markets

03.12.2012
David Martimort Paris School of Economics

Public contracting in delegated agency games

20.11.2012
Konrad Mierendorff Universität Zürich-UZH

Auctions with Limited Commitment

19.11.2012
Claudia Salim FU Berlin

Optional linear input prices in vertical relations

12.11.2012
Antonio Ciccone Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Estimating peer effects within schools

06.11.2012
Jean-Robert Tyran University of Vienna

Self-Organization for Collective Action. An Experimental Study of Voting on Sanction Regimes

30.10.2012
Jacques Cremer The Toulouse School of Economics

The value of incumbency in heterogenous networks 

23.10.2012
Wanda Mimra ETH

Profitable contract menus in competitive insurance markets with adverse selection

09.07.2012
Christian Dustmann University College London

Peer Effects in the Workplace

26.06.2012
Alexander Rasch Universität zu Köln

What Drives Fraud in a Credence Goods Market? -

Evidence from a Field Experiment

25.06.2012
Roland Strausz HU Berlin

The Benefits of Sequential Screening

12.06.2012
Robert Östling Stockholm University

How Does Communication Affect Beliefs

11.06.2012
Roland Bénabou Princeton University

Groupthink: Collective Delusions in Organizations and Markets

05.06.2012
Michèle Belot Nuffield College at Oxford

Counterproductive Behaviour : An Experimental Study

21.05.2012
James Tremewan Universität Wien

Social Preferences and Bounded Rationality in the Centipede Game

30.04.2012
Steve Tadelis University of Berkeley

Information Disclosure as a Matching Mechanism: Theory and Evidence from a Field Experiment

24.04.2012
Marion Ott RWTH Aachen

Loss-Averse Bidders in Dynamic Auctions

23.04.2012
Daniel Houser George Mason University, USA 02.11.2011
06.11.2011
Wouter Dessein Columbia Business School, USA 07.07.2010
10.07.2010
Dirk Jenter Stanford University, USA 01.07.2010
31.07.2010
Jano Zabojnik Queen's University, Canada 27.06.2010
29.06.2010
Daniel McFadden University of California, USA 02.04.2009
09.04.2009
Philipp Kircher University of Pennsylvania 20.10.2008
22.10.2008
Nico Matouschek Northwestern University, USA 14.07.2008
16.07.2008
Carmit Segal Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain 13.07.2008
15.07.2008
Andreas Roider University of Heidelberg, Germany 23.06.2008
25.06.2008
Daniel Houser George Mason University, USA 16.05.2008
27.05.2008
George Baker Harvard Business School 20.04.2008
26.04.2008

Prof. Dr. Klaus M. Schmidt (Vorstand/Sprecher)

Universität München
Seminar für Wirtschaftstheorie
Ludwigstraße 28 (RG)
80539 München
Tel.: (089) 2180 2250
Fax: (089) 2180 3510
mail: klaus.schmidt@lrz.uni-muenchen.de