Welcome to our lab
Our decade-long lab meeting series is now funded by the Rackham Graduate School. As awlays, we welcome faculty members and graduate students to present work that is at any stage, including but not limited to:
- a new idea
- a new design for a study
- a pilot study design and data
- a problem one is stuck on (design or data analysis, a response to a referee)
- a practice job/conference talk
- a final presentation and read of one’s paper with feedback before submission.
- or for something completely different, e.g., a grant that one is submitting and want feedback!
If you are interested to present, please Click Here to acquire a slot. Supported by the RIW funding, we are welcoming external speakers to present in our lab meetings as well.
Schedule for Fall 2019 — Lab Meetings
In Fall 2019, the group will meet at Wednesday 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.
|Sept 11||All students||Goals for the semester||North Quad 4330|
|Sept 18||Linfeng Li||Why don’t women edit Wikipedia articles?||North Quad 4330|
|Sept 25||Zhewei Song||We-thinking and Status||North Quad 4330|
|Oct 2||Merge Sariiisk||Salary History Ban: A Bargaining Experiment||North Quad 4330|
|Oct 9||Jaron||On the road to Co-APT: Kahneman and Tversky meet the Good Samaritan||North Quad 4330|
|Oct 23||Misha Teplitskiy||What do citations counts measure?||North Quad 4330|
|Oct 30||Ulrike Vollstaedt||The market for buggies and other “lemons”||North Quad 4330|
|Nov 6||All students and all faculty members||Job Market insights||North Quad 4330|
|Nov 13||Iman Yeckehzaare||A retrieval practice tool can reduce the gender gap in computer science education||North Quad 4330|
|Nov 20||Jiawei Li||Sequential Decision Making||North Quad 4330|
|Dec 4||Steve Leider||Dynamic Decision Making||North Quad 4330|
|Dec 11||Yingzhi Liang||North Quad 4330|
|Dec 18||Merve Sariisik||North Quad 4330|
Schedule for Fall 2019 — SBEE Seminar (Monday 11:45-12:45)
The Social, Behavioral and Experimental Economics (SBEE) lecture series is sponsored by the School of Information, the Ross School of Business and the Department of Economics. Speakers from U.S. and international universities present their research at weekly seminars during the 2019-2020 academic year. Here goes the schedule for Fall 2019.
|Sept 09||Ray Fisman||Rules, Discretion, and Corruption in Procurement: Evidence from Italian Government Contracting||Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad|
|Sept 16||Daniel Benjamin||Reconsidering Risk Aversion||Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad|
|Sept 23||Collin Raymond||Persistent Overconfidence and Biased Memory: Evidence from Managers||Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad|
|Sept 30||Christine Exley||Motivated Errors||Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad|
|Oct 7||Joel Sobel||Lying and Deception in Games||Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad|
|Oct 21||Topi Miettinen||Exploration in Teams and the Encouragement Effect: Theory and Experimental Evidence||Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad|
|Oct 28||Judd Kessler||Equity Concerns are Narrowly Framed||Ehrlicher Room, 2435 North Quad|
|Nov 4||David Huffman||Complexity and shrouded attributes in incentive schemes: The case of the ratchet effect||Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad|
|Nov 18||Predrag Klasnja (U-M, internal)||Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad|
|Dec 2||Alexandra Rosati (U-M, internal)||Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad|
|Dec 9||John Beshears (Harvard)||Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad|
Schedule for Winter 2020 — SBEE Seminar (Monday 11:45-12:45)
|March 9||Paola Giuliano (UCLA)||TBA (Ross or Econ)|
|March 23||Ceren Budak (U-M, internal)||TBA (Ross or Econ)|
|March 30||Mike Mueller-Smith (U-M, internal)||TBA (Ross or Econ)|
|April 6||Allison Earl (U-M, internal)||TBA (Ross or Econ)|
|April 13||John Wooders (NYU)||TBA (Ross or Econ)|
|April 20||Jacob Goeree (Sydney)||TBA (Ross or Econ)|
|April 27||Marie Claire Villeval (Lyon)||TBA (Ross or Econ)|
- On Writing: here, we offer a set of writing tips.
- On “Drawing”: references on how to draw plots better.
- Collection of Handbooks
- List of Conferences for Behavioral and Expeirmental Economics