We welcome faculty members and graduate students interested in behavioral science to join our BEE (Behavioral and Experimental Economics) lab meetings and/or present their work. We accept presentations of ongoing projects and other research-related activities at any stage, including:
- a new research 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!
Our weekly lab meetings take place on Monday, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm through Zoom. To attend the BEE lab meetings and stay up to date about upcoming presentations, please fill the registration form to join our mailing list. Also, please join our Slack channel through this invitation link.
If you are interested to present, please Click here to acquire a slot.
We are grateful for financial support from the Rackham Graduate School.
Schedule for Fall 2020
|September 21||Hanna Hoover||Asking for Too Much? Evidence from the NYC Taxi Cab Industry||Zoom|
|Zhewei Song||Crying behavior in credence good markets||Zoom|
|Yan Chen||Political Identity, Information Demand and Processing||Zoom|
|Keshav Garud||Behavioral Constraints, Health Probability Misweighting, and Nudges in Optimal Health Insurance Choice||Zoom|
|Misha Teplitskiy + Hao Peng||Does peer review stifle innovation?||Zoom|
|Zhewei Song||Experience sharing: Conducting online interactive group experiments on Prolific||Zoom|
|November 23||No Meeting||Zoom|