Welcome to our lab
Thanks to the generosity of the Rackham Graduate School, our decade-long lab meeting series now has a new “name” (see above in large font), and a new funding source.
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This site is under construction. For planned development schedule, please refer to this section
Schedule for Winter 2018 — Lab Meeting
In Winter 2018, the group will meet at Thursday 1-2 pm, in North Quad 4330 (two left-turns from the elevator). If you are interested to present, please Click Here to acquire a slot.
|Date||Presenter||Title & Abstract|
|Jan 17||Yan Chen||Team formation and competition increases driver productivity in ride sharing: A field experiment at DiDi|
|Feb 14||Iman YeckehZaare||Speed and Studying: Gendered Pathways to Success|
|Feb 21||Wei Ai||Promoting Pro-social Behavior through End-to-End Data Science|
|Mar 14||Yan Chen||Best practices in replication: A case study of common information in coordination games|
|Mar 21||Annemarie Gronau||Autonomy and recruitment|
|Mar 28||Yingzhi Liang||The benefit of freedom|
|April 4||Jon Denton-Schneider||Ethnic divisions in markets: Pre-analysis plan|
|April 25||Alain Cohen||How do the rich think about redistribution?|
|May 9||Merve Sariiisk||Understanding Salary History Ban?|
- On Writing: here, we offer a set of writing tips.
- On “Drawing”: references on how to draw plots better
- How to maintain the Github Page
- Collection of Handbooks
Summer school Ads
- Spring School in Behavioral Economics - San Diego, US
- Deadline: November 10, 2018
- Application materials overview:
- Short statement of research interest - max. 1000 words
- Letter of recommendation
Pending Updates the list
- People list on top;