ICES Seminars are formal visits for scholars to share their research and meet with members of our center. These seminars are held on Friday from 12:00 - 1:00 PM EST (see schedule for any changes). The seminars will be held virtually in Fall 2020. Contact ICES Office Manager (email@example.com) to request Zoom links.
Please visit our Events archive to see previous speakers and topics.
Fall 2020 Schedule
|September 4||Nature and Nurture: Evidence from Molecular Genetics Data in Adoptees | Abstract||Jonathan Beauchamp||George Mason University|
|September 18||Save To Win: Using Contests to Promote Savings | Abstract||Roman Sheremeta||Case Western Reserve University|
|September 25||Salary Disclosure and Hiring: Field Experimental Evidence from a Two-Sided Audit Study | Abstract||Laura Gee||Tufts University|
|October 2||Can Competitiveness Predict Education and Labor Market Outcomes? Evidence from Incentivized Choice and Survey Measures | Abstract||Thomas Buser||University of Amsterdam|
|October 9||Mental Models and Learning: The Case of Base-Rate Neglect | Abstract||Sevgi Yuksel||University of California, Santa Barbara|
|October 16||Food vs. Food Stamps: Evidence from an At-Scale Experiment in Indonesia | Abstract||Ben Olken||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|October 23||Rich and Right-wing? The Effect of Lottery Wealth on Political Attitudes | Abstract||Robert Östling||Stockholm School of Economics|
|October 30 at 4:30 PM||Incentives to Persevere | Abstract||Erte Xiao||Monash University|
|November 6||Endogenous Game Choice and Giving Behavior in Distribution Games | Abstract||Emin Karagozoglu||Bilkent University|
|November 13||Predicting Replication Outcomes | Abstract||Anna Dreber||Stockholm School of Economics|
|December 4||A Theory of Injunctive Norms | Abstract||Erik Kimbrough||Chapman University|
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