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, some of the talks are 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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October 12, 3pm

Bertil Tungodden
NHH Norway

Fairness Across the World: Preferences and Beliefs

October 19, 3pm

Florian Zimmermann
briq / University of Bonn

Stories, Statistics and Memory

November 9, noon
SR 9

Sarah Brosnan
Georgia State University

Understanding the evolution of primate decision-making using experimental games


November 16, 3pm

Dirk Engelmann
HU Berlin

Decomposing Trust

November 23, noon SR 9

Tibor Neugebauer
University of Luxembourg

Taming Selten's Horse with Impulse Response


November 30, 3pm

Daphne Raban
University of Haifa

Transparency in Information Markets


December 14, noon SR 9

Michaela Pagel
Columbia Business School

Consumer Surveillance and Financial Fraud

January 11, 3pm

Igor Grossmann
University of Waterloo

Insights into expert judgment of societal change


January 25, noon SR 9

Heike Hennig-Schmidt
University of Bonn

Fairness Reasoning and Equality Concerns as Coordination Devices in Tacit Bargaining – A Text Protocol Analysis of Behavioral Experiments in Germany and China


February 1, 3pm

Ingvild Almas
Stockholm University

Household decision making and poverty traps


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