SFB Research Seminar

The SFB Research Seminar regularly invites international speakers to present ongoing work related to credence goods research. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the seminar is currently held online. Everybody interested is most welcome to join via the following link: https://webconference.uibk.ac.at/b/tob-yfl-yvk-s7g 
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November 11, 15:00

Yan Chen
University of Michigan

Putting teams into the gig economy: A natural field experiment at a ride-sharing platform.

paper

November 18, 15:30

Annamaria Lusardi
George Washington University

Financial Literacy and Financial Fragility: Evidence to Understand the COVID-19 Crisis.


December 2, 15:00

George Loewenstein
Carnegie Mellon University

Attention-based Utility

link

December 16, 12:00

Marco Casari
University of Bologna

Financial Intermediation and the Macroeconomy: An Experiment

abstract

January 13, 12:00

Winand Emons
University of Bern

Rebating Antitrust Fines to Encourage Private Damages Negotiations

paper

January 20, 17:00

Cary Frydman
University of Southern California

Efficient Coding and Risky Choice


February 3, 12:00

Giuseppe Attanasi
University of Nice

tba

 


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