SFB Research Seminar

The SFB Research Seminar regularly invites international speakers to present ongoing work related to credence goods research. It is held on Wednesdays from 12:00-13:00 in seminar room 9. Everybody interested is most welcome to join!

 

18.09.18

Christian König

University of Heidelberg

Investing for others: Principals' vs. agents’ preferences

 

03.10.18

Estelle Cantillon

Université libre de Bruxelles / Toulouse School of Economics

Information aggregation in emissions markets : Theory and Evidence (j.w.w. A. Slechten)

 

10.10.18

Christopher Roth

University of Warwick

Political Activists as Free-Riders: Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment

abstract

17.10.18

Alexander Rasch

University of Düsseldorf

The role of diagnostic ability in markets for expert services (j.w.w. F. Liu & C. Waibel)

abstract

31.10.18

Ben Greiner

Vienna University of Economics and Business

Aligning incentives of physicians - Experiments on two-part tariffs and separation of prescription and treatment in health care markets (j.w.w. L. Zhang & C. Tang) 

paper

05.11.18

Jayant V Ganguli

University of Essex

Information Inertia' (j.w.w. P. Illeditsch & S. Condie)

Exceptionally on Monday at SR 13 starting @ 4:30pm

 paper

14.11.18

Anna Dreber Almenberg

Stockholm School of Economics / University of Innsbruck

Predicting hypothesis testing

 

28.11.18

Antonio Filippin

University of Milan

Risk Aversion and Information Aggregation in Asset Markets (j.w.w. M. Mantovani)

 paper

05.12.18

Ingvild Almas

IIES Stockholm University

The Income Elasticity for Nutrition: Evidence from Unconditional Cash Transfers in Kenya

 

16.01.19

Holger Herz

University of Fribourg

tba


23.01.19

Marc Vorsatz

UNED

Guessing games in networks (j.w.w. C. Ballester & G. Ponti)

abstract