The Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science is proud to present our 2016-2017 job market candidate:
Job Market Paper: “A Revealed Preference Test of Quasi-Linear Preferences”
Research Fields: Primary: Economic Theory, Experimental Economics | Secondary: Market Design, Mathematical Economics, Political Economics
Join us for the next ICES Experimental Economics Seminar of the semester, featuring C. Monica Capra
Prof. Capra, of Claremont Graduate University, will discuss her paper (co-authored with Ji-Yong Park) How Did It Get So Late So Soon? The Effects of Time Distortion on Discounting. The talk will take place on Friday, December 9th, from 4:00 to 5:00pm, in room 5183 of the Metropolitan Building, Arlington campus.
Visit the Seminar schedule to access the paper and to learn more about upcoming speakers.
The Experimental Economics Summer Program is designed for undergraduate students. The curriculum aims to teach students how game theory and experimental economics can be combined to inform our understanding of human decision-making and affect research in applied fields. This course employs a combination of hands-on learning about decision-making processes through the use of experimental methods and roundtable discussions of readings. Visit us again soon for information about upcoming workshops.
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