Webinar Series on Credence Goods and Expert Markets 

Each webinar will consist of 45 minutes of presentation followed by 15 minutes of discussion. We also plan to have a 15-20-minute chat following the discussion for those interested in (re-)connecting with other people in the credence goods crowd, but no one (including the speakers) should feel obligated to participate in this chat.

If you would like to participate (and potentially present in the future) or have any questions, please get in touch with us via email at ting.liu@stonybrook.edu, w.mimra@ieseg.fr, raphael.epperson@uibk.ac.at, and/or marco.schwarz@hhu.de.

We thank the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE), ESCP Business School, the SFB F63 on Credence Goods, Incentives and Behavior at the University of Innsbruck, and Stony Brook University for their support.

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Mar. 21 9am NYC
2pm Paris
9pm Beijing
David Kim
University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill
Consumer-Optimal Information Design under Credence Good Monopoly
Apr. 11 9am NYC
3pm Paris
9pm Beijing
Theodore Alysandratos
Heidelberg University
'Identify the Expert': an Experimental Study in Economic Advice
Apr. 25 9am NYC
3pm Paris
9pm Beijing
Nanyin Yang
Texas A&M University
The Unintended Consequences of Clients' Active Participation in Expert Services: Theory and Experiment
May. 16 9am NYC
3pm Paris
9pm Beijing
Rudolf Kerschbamer
University of Innsbruck
The Economics of Label Credence Goods: Theory and Evidence on the Role of Monitoring, Certification, Competition and Reputation


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