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:

Our weekly lab meetings take place on Wednesday, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm in-person at NQ 4430. In the rare event of a presenter who is not on-campus, we will meet on 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 find an empty slot in the schedule mentioned below and mail me to confrim your slot.

We are grateful for financial support from the Rackham Graduate School.

Schedule for Winter 2024

Date Presenter Title Location
February
14
Qingyi Wang & Jingyi Qiu The Impact of AI on Recruitment Judgment NQ 4330
February
21
Yeşim Orhun Misguided Effort NQ 4330
February
28
Spring Break No Presentation NQ 4330
March
6
Tammy Lee Perceived Career Costs of Child and Family Forming Decisions NQ 4330
March
13
Basit Zafar An Experimental Investigate of the First-Mover Advantage in Labor Market Settings NQ 4330
March
20
An Huang & Thomas Talhelm Towards An Understanding of Fishing Cultures NQ 4330
March
27
Tongzhe Li Public Goods Games Revisited in the Era of Heterogeneity NQ 4330
April
3
Yuliet Verbel Moral Universalism and Social Hierarchy NQ 4330
April
10
Jingyi Qiu & Qingyi Wang The Impact of AI-assistance on Recruitment Judgment NQ 4330
April
17
Devesh Rustagi Anticipation of Discrimination and Misperceptions in Cooperation Dilemmas NQ 4330
April
24
Paramveer Dhillon Enabling Financial Inclusion through Targeted LLM-based interventions NQ 4330
May
1
Yeşim Orhun Gendered Contracts NQ 4330
May
8
An Huang & Yan Chen Exclusion and the Origin of Intergroup Preferences NQ 4330
May
15
Tong Liu Does environmental information provision deliver? Experimental evidence from China NQ 4330
May
22
Jingyi Qiu & Qingyi Wang TBD NQ 4330
May
29
David Ruttenberg & Tammy Lee TBD NQ 4330

Schedule for Fall 2023

Date Presenter Title Location
September
6
Kickoff Introductory Meeting NQ 4330
September
13
Erin Krupka Policies regulating social identity (ESA talk); Fake news (Design feedback) NQ 4330
September
20
Yan Chen & Qingyi Wang Group Identity and Belief Formation: A Decomposition of Political Polarization; Affective Polarization and Social Identity, Preference-Based or Belief-Based? NQ 4330
September
27
Jingyi Qiu & Alain Cohn Causal Impact of Social Media on Entry-Level Labor Market Outcomes; Whose Prefrences Matter for Redistribution: Cross-Country Evidence NQ 4330
October
4
Chang Ge & Yuliet Verbel Gender inequality in contributions to Wikipedia; Attribution of responsibility in corrupt decisions NQ 4330
October
11
Yongping Bao Similarity and Consistency in Algorithm-Guided Exploration NQ 4330
October
18
ESA Week No Presentation NQ 4330
October
25
David Ruttenberg Motivations of Antisocial Punishment in the Public Goods Environment NQ 4330
November
1
Yuliet Verbel Exploring the Influence of Corrupt Environments on Tax Evasion NQ 4330
November
8
Yichi Zhang Eliciting Honest Information via Sequential Review NQ 4330
November
15
Sanzeed Anwar   NQ 4330
November
22
Thanksgiving Break No Presentation NQ 4330
November
29
Itay Fainmesser Learning through Market Segmentation NQ 3100
December
6
Debrief Debrief NQ 4330

Link to previous meetings