Department of Economics – University of Innsbruck

NOeG (Nationalökonomische Gesellschaft)

Brown Bag Lunch Seminar

Programm SS 2014

  Rudolf Kerschbamer

 

Seminar Time: Thursday, 12:30 to 14:00 Uhr (with some exceptions) 

Seminar Location: SR 4, 2nd Floor, SoWi-Building, Universitätsstrasse 15

 

20.03.14

James ROCKY

(University of Leicester, GBR)

Party Formation and Competition
 Paper 
03.04.14

Matteo PLONER

(Universitá di Trento, ITA)


Guild and Justice: An Experimental Investigation


 
10.04.14

Martin KOCHER

(LMU München, DEU)

 An Anatomy of Ambiguity Attitudes

Abstract 

08.05.14

Marie Claire VILLEVAL

(Université de Lyon, FRA)

Self Control and Intertemporal Choice: Evidence from Glucose and Depletion Interventions
 Paper 
15.05.14

Charles BELLEMARE

(Université Laval, CAN)

Measuring Ratchet Effects within a Firm: Evidence from a Field Experiment Varying Contractual Commitment
Paper
22.05.14

Amrei LAHNO

(LMU München, DEU)

Peer Effects in Risk Taking

 Paper 

05.06.14

Daniela PUZZELLO

(Indiana University, USA)

[j.w.w. S. Baghestanian, V. Lugovskyy and S. Tucker]

Trading Institutions in Experimental Asset Markets: Theory and Evidence  Abstract 
12.06.14

Philipp WICHARDT

(Uni Kiel/Rostock)

Models and Fictions in (Micro-)Economics

 

23.06.14 *)

Lionel PAGE

(Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, AUS)


Estimating Preferences for Fairness: A New Empirical Strategy within a Unified Theoretical Framework

 Abstract
26.06.14

Gerlinde FELLNER

(Universität Ulm, DEU)

Peer Effects in Multi-Dimensional Work Tasks Paper

 *) Exceptionally, it is a Monday! Seminar takes place in SR9, 3rd floor.

The brown bag lunch seminar is a research seminar in which researchers from other institutions inform the audience (advanced master students, PhD students, staff members) about their ongoing research in an informal setting. The presentations are followed by a discussion. The papers to the presentations are available at

http://www.uibk.ac.at/economics/bbl/teaching.html

 

Rudolf Kerschbamer