Winter 2021

Date Presenter Title Location
February 12 Mohamed Abbadi Religion and Honesty; A Randomized Control Trial in Sudan Zoom
March 12 Jaron Cordero   Zoom
March 19 Keshav Garud Salience and health insurance choice Zoom
April 2 Kevin Bauer Expl(AI)ned: The Impact of Explainable Artificial Intelligence on Information Processing and Learning Zoom
April 16 Jon Denton-Schneider Colonial Institutions and Africa’s HIV Epidemic: Evidence from Mozambique Zoom
April 23 Yeşim Orhun Sweet Lemons Zoom
April 30 Jacob French Gender Differences in Negotiations and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from an Information Provision Experiment with College Students Zoom

Fall 2020

Date Presenter Title Location
September 21 Hanna Hoover Asking for Too Much? Evidence from the NYC Taxi Cab Industry Zoom
October
5
Zhewei Song Crying behavior in credence good markets Zoom
October
12
Yan Chen Political Identity, Information Demand and Processing Zoom
October
26
Keshav Garud Behavioral Constraints, Health Probability Misweighting, and Nudges in Optimal Health Insurance Choice Zoom
November
2
Misha Teplitskiy and Hao Peng Does peer review stifle innovation? Zoom
November 16 Kevin Bauer (Tho)roughly Explained: The Impact of Algorithmic Transparency on Human Decision Making Zoom
December
7
Zhewei Song Experience sharing: Conducting online interactive group experiments on Prolific Zoom
December 14 Ulrike Vollstaedt Increasing long-term consumer surplus through a novel product testing mechanism Zoom
December 21 Basit Zafar Gender Differences in Job Search: Evidence from the Lab Zoom

Winter 2020

In Winter 2020, the group met 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 Location
Jan 16 Topi Miettinen Does competition increase search and innovation? An experimental study of open vs. closed innovation for private vs. public goods North Quad 4330
Jan 23 Yingzhi Liang Evaluating the Effect of Flexibility on Labor Supply and Outcome: The Case of a Ride-Sharing Economy North Quad 4330
Feb 20 Topi Miettinen “Economic Crisis and the Crisis of Economics?” - The role of economic science in economic forecasting North Quad 4330
Feb 27 Harman Kaur Exploring Characteristics of Effective Apologies in Online Harassment Settings North Quad 4330
April 9 Jiawei Li Sequential Decision-Making in Product Development BlueJeans
April 16 Linfeng Li Experiment Design: Motivating metadata contributions for data re-use and reproducibility Zoom
July 23 Matthew Willis Neighborhood Effects: A Social Media Survey to Validate Health Behavior Measures and Assess Bias Zoom

Fall 2019

In Fall 2019, the group met 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.

Date Presenter Title Location
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 18 Merve Sariisik Salary History Ban: Private Information Bargaining Experiment North Quad 4330

Winter 2019

In Winter 2019, the group met at Thursday 1-2 pm, in North Quad 4330 (two left-turns from the elevator).

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?

Fall 2018

In Fall 2018, the group met 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
Sep 6 Yeşim Orhun Intrinsic Information Preferences and Skewness
Sep 13 Ashley Harrell The strength of dynamic ties
Sep 20 Yan Chen Team formation and inter-team competition: A field experiment at a ride-sharing platform
Sep 27 Jaron Cordero Work on cooperative altruism
Oct 4 Ian Levely Joint Production and Household Bargaining: an experiment with spouses in rural Tanzania
Oct 11 Lab Improvement Session Plan for Lab Improvement
Nov 1 Jiawei Li Giving and taking advice in negotiation: an experimental study
Nov 8 Sherry Gao Job market signaling: An experimental study of education degree as an imperfect signal
Nov 15 Yan Chen Public knowledge in coordination games: Learning from non-replication
Nov 29 Devesh Rustagi Waiting for Napoleon? Historical Democracy and Norms of Cooperation
Dec 6 Daphane Chang Rhetoric Matters: A social identity explanation for the anomaly of framing
Dec 13 Annemarie Gronau