SBEE Seminar Series

The Social, Behavioral and Experimental Economics Seminar Series brings together a coherent and vital community of economics scholars whose research aims to broaden our understanding of the social, economic, and political consequences of real-life decisions and behaviors.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year we run the seminar remotely as a webinar. Subscribe to our mailing list to receive Zoom invitations and login information.

This seminar series is organized jointly by Professors Yan Chen (UMSI), Alain Cohn (UMSI), Erin Krupka (UMSI), Steve Leider (Ross), David Miller (Econ), Yesim Orhun (Ross), and Tanya Rosenblat (UMSI). Todd Stuart serves as seminar coordinator.

Schedule for Winter 2021

Wednesday, 1:00 - 2:15 PM EST

Zoom Meeting ID: 944 6184 0311 (link)

Passcode: (will be emailed when you sign up)

Date Speaker Title Recordings
Jan 13 Marina Agranov (Caltech) Social Learning in Groups: an Experimental Study YouTube Link
Jan 20 Oriana Bandiera (LSE) The Misallocation of Women’s Talent Across Countries: Evidence from Personnel Data  
Jan 27 Jean-Paul Carvalho (Irvine) Identity and Underrepresentation: Interactions between Race and Gender (with Bary Pradelski)  
Feb 3 Marie Claire Villeval (Lyon) Homophily, Peer Effects and Dishonesty  
Feb 10 (3:00pm EST) Siqi Pan (Melbourne) Costly information acquisition in centralized matching markets  
Feb 24 Neil Lewis Jr (Cornell) How Social Stratification Affects Information Processing  
March 17 Damon Jones (Chicago)    
March 24 Ivuoma Onyeador (Northwestern)    
March 31 Jevay Grooms (Howard)    
April 7 Mackenzie Alston (FSU) Does Black and Blue Matter?: An Experimental Investigation of Race and Perceptions of Police Bias  
April 14 Christopher Roth (Warwick) Interregional Contact and National Identity  

Link to previous meetings