ICES at 2010 ESA Conference

Events, News | November 19, 2010

ICES faculty and students joined their colleagues from around the world at the 2010 Regional Economic Science Association (ESA) Conference Tuscon, Arizona. The ESA is the leading conference in North America for economic scientists and ICES was well represented this year, with both session presenters and co-authors.

Friday, November 12, 4:40 – 6:00PM

Session 2: Internet Technology and Social Dilemmas

Session 5: Games 1

  • Li Hao, Appearing Honest: Accurate Belief Elicitation Does Not Require Outcome Verification (co-authored with Daniel Houser)

Saturday, November 13, 9:20 – 10:20AM

Session 1: Bargaining 1

Session 5: Field 4

  • Ragan Petrie, When Are Women More Risk Taking Than Men: Evidence from Entrepreneurs (co-authored with Marco Castillo and Maximo Torero)

Saturday, November 13, 3:00 – 4:20PM

Session 3: Group Behavior

  • Jason Aimone, Endogenous Group Formation Via Unproductive Costs (co-authored with Mike Makowsky, Jared Rubin, and Laurence Iannaccone)

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