SFB Research Seminar

The SFB Research Seminar regularly invites international speakers to present ongoing work related to credence goods research. Please note that some of the talks are 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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March 22, 3pm

Abel Brodeur
University of Ottawa

We Need to Talk about Mechanical Turk: What 22,989 Hypothesis Tests Tell Us about Publication Bias and p-Hacking in Online Experiments


March 29, 3pm

Peter Schwardmann
Carnegie Mellon University

Anticipatory Anxiety and Wishful Thinking


April 12, noon
SR 9

Astrid Dannenberg
University of Kassel

The Effects of Observability and an Information Nudge on Food Choice


April 19, 3pm

Brian Nosek
Center for Open Science

Making Research Trustworthy

April 26, 3pm

Anna Bayona

Credit Ratings and Investment



Mark Armstrong
University College London

Multiproduct Price Dispersion


May 17, noon
SR 9

Andre Lot
NHH - Norwegian School of Economics

Longevity Pessimism, Misinformation and Pension Choice


May 24, noon
SR 4

Stefan Krasa
University of Illinois

Political Competition and Strategic Voting in Multi-Candidate Elections


May 31, noon
UR 3 (!)

Lata Gangadharan
Monash University

Impact of climate change policies: Behavioural insights


June 21, noon
SR 4

Robert Dur
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Who's Afraid of Policy Experiments?


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