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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Feb. 17 9am NYC
3pm Paris
10pm Beijing

 Yero Samuel Ndiaye

 University of Cologne

The Effect of Second Opinions on Health (Care) Outcomes – An Empirical Investigation

Mar. 3 9am NYC
3pm Paris
10pm Beijing

Matthias Lang

University of Munich (LMU)

(Dis)honesty and the Value of Transparency for Campaign Promises
Mar. 31 9am NYC
3pm Paris
9pm Beijing

Bruno Lanz

University of Neuchâtel

Reciprocity and gift exchange in markets for credence goods
Apr. 28 9am NYC
3pm Paris
9pm Beijing

Ronen Gradwohl

Ariel University

Partial Credence Goods on Review Platforms
May 12 9am NYC
3pm Paris
9pm Beijing

Ellen P. Green

Arizona State University

Saving lives by understanding risk: How surgeon’s perceptions affect willingness to accepted deceased donor kidneys
Jun. 9 9am NYC
3pm Paris
9pm Beijing

Henry S. Schneider

Queen's University

Durable Goods Warranties for the Twenty-First Century


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