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).
Please visit our Events archive to see previous speakers and topics.
|August 26||The Minority Trap: Minority Status Drives Women Out of Male-Dominated Fields | Abstract||Xiaoyue Shan||University of Pennsylvania|
|September 2||Revealed Incomplete Preferences | Abstract||Kirby Nielsen||California Institute of Technology|
|September 9||Power, Property Rights, and the Dynamics of Local Wealth Appropriation | Abstract||Roger Lagunoff||Georgetown University|
|September 16||Sustained exposure to fact-checks can inoculate citizens against misinformation in the Global South | Abstract||Horacio Larreguy||Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM)|
|September 23||Women's Empowerment and the Intrinsic Demand for Agency: Experimental Evidence from Nigeria | Abstract||Kenneth Leonard||University of Maryland|
|September 30||Career incentives and corruption: A lab experiment | Abstract||Cesar Martinelli||Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science (GMU)|
|October 7||Moral Echo Chambers and Outgroup Hate | Abstract||Mohammad Atari||Harvard University|
|SPECIAL TALK on Monday, October 10||Attention Theory | Abstract||Soo Hong Chew||National University of Singapore|
|October 14||The Parent Trap: How to Stop Overloading Parents and Fix Our Inequality Crisis | Abstract||Nate G. Hilger||Author|
|October 21||Breaking Bad: Malfunctioning Institutions Erode Good Behavior | Abstract||Agne Kajackaite||University of Milan|
|December 2||The Hidden Games that Shape our Beliefs and Preferences | Abstract||Moshe Hoffman||Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology and Harvard University|