ICES Brown Bag Lectures are designed to be an informal presentation series for speakers or topics that do not fit the Friday Seminar format but that may be of interest to ICES faculty and students. These speakers may be non-students, faculty, researchers, or those in industry or government. ICES students and faculty are welcome to present as well.
These lectures are held on Thursday from 12:00 - 1:00 PM EST (see schedule for any changes). The lectures are currently being held virtually. Contact ICES Office Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request Zoom links.
Please visit our Events archive to see previous speakers and topics.
|March 4||Business Drinking: Evidence from A Lab-in-the-Field Experiment | Abstract||Jianxin Wang||George Mason University|
|April 1||The Efficiency of Escrow Mechanisms on Online Exchange | Abstract||Sarah Sylvester||George Mason University|
|April 8||Is It What You Say, or How You Say It? An Experimental Investigation of Communication Messages | Abstract||Siyu Wang||Wichita State University|
Can Mere Anticipation Push Group Trust Boundary? An Experimental Study on Parochial Altruism | Abstract
|Yi Tian||George Mason University|
|April 22||Behavioral Characterization of Two-stage Moral Choices: Evidence from a Lab Experiment | Abstract||Kun Qian||George Mason University|
|April 29||Boundedly Rational Hiring Committees: An Experimental Design | Abstract||Hugo Diaz||George Mason University|
|May 6||Secondary Markets and the Opioid Crisis: Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment | Abstract||Yue Deng||George Mason University|