ICES Seminars are formal day long visits. Scholars visit and meet with students and faculty of our center to share their research. The day includes the seminar presentation which is open to the public.
These seminars are held on Friday from 12:00 - 1:00 PM EST (see schedule for any changes). The seminars are currently being held virtually via Zoom. Contact ICES Office Manager (email@example.com) to request Zoom links.
Please visit our Events archive to see previous speakers and topics.
|September 3||Using Google Search Data in Social Science Research | Abstract||Seth Stephens-Davidowitz||Author|
|September 10||The effect of a "None of the above" ballot paper option on voting behavior and election outcomes | Abstract||Ben Greiner||Vienna University|
|September 17||Minority Turnout and Representation under Cumulative Voting. An Experiment. | Abstract||Alessandra Casella||Columbia University|
|October 1||Contests Within and Between Groups: Theory and Experiment | Abstract||Puja Bhattacharya||University of Arkansas|
|October 15||A Theory of Simplicity in Games and Mechanism Design | Abstract||Peter Troyan||University of Virginia|
|October 22||Repugnant Transactions: On the Role of Agency and Extreme Consequences | Abstract||Dorothea Kübler||WZB Berlin Social Science Research Center and Technical University of Berlin|
|November 12||The Moral Machine Experiment | Abstract||Edmond Awad||University of Exeter|
|November 19||The Impact of Exposure to Armed Conflict on Risk and Ambiguity Attitudes | Abstract||Neslihan Uler||University of Maryland|
|December 3||Are Thoughts and Prayers Substitutes for Material Aid?| Abstract||Linda Thunström||University of Wyoming|