Welcome


iSEE provides a forum for thought-provoking experimental research. iSEE's goal is to encourage a lively discussion among its participants and facilitate brainstorming for new research ideas. The broad topic of the symposium is Behavioral Economics.

The Symposium takes place in March 14th – 15th, 2019. It is organized by Ernesto Reuben and is hosted by the Division of Social Sciences and the Social Sciences Experimental Laboratory (SSEL) at New York University Abu Dhabi.

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Presenters


Ernesto Reuben

NYU Abu Dhabi

Catherine Eckel

Texas A&M

Rebecca Morton

NYU Abu Dhabi

Francesco Fallucchi

Sciences Po

Christian Traxler

Hertie School of Governance

Thomas Buser

U. Amsterdam

Nikos Nikiforakis

NYU Abu Dhabi

Andrzej Baranski

NYU Abu Dhabi

Ada Kovaliukaite

NYU Abu Dhabi

Jacopo Magnani

NYU Abu Dhabi



Participants


Program


Day 1

Time Author & Presentation Title
9:00-10:30 Session 1 Francesco Fallucchi
The strategic sophistication of conditional cooperators: Evidence from public goods games
Christian Traxler
TBA
10:30 - 10:50 Break
10:50 - 12:20 Session 2 Catherine C. Eckel
TBA
Ada Kovaliukaite
Gender differences in multilateral bargaining
12:20 - 13:30 Lunch Torch Club
13:30 - 15:00 Session 3 Ernesto Reuben
Taste for competition and the gender gap among young business professionals
Thomas Buser
Does willingness to compete predict education and labor market outcomes?
Evidence from incentivized choices and validated survey measures
15:00 - 15:30 Break
15:30 - 17:00 Session 4 Nikos Nikiforakis
Does self-selection into the lab cause us to overestimate the gender gap
in competitiveness?
Jacopo Magnani
Deliberative Structures and their Impact on Voting Behavior under Social Conflict
19:00 Dinner TBA

Day 2

Time Author & Presentation Title
9:00-10:30 Session 1 Rebecca Morton
Can Paying Politicians Well Reduce Corruption? The Effects of High Wages
and Uncertainty on the Ability of Elections to Reduce Corruption?
Jordi Brandts
Deliberative Structures and their Impact on Voting Behavior under Social Conflict
10:30 - 10:50 Break
10:50 - 12:20 Session 2 Carlos Alós-Ferrer
Equity, Efficiency, and Polarization
Andrzej Baranski
Communication in Multilateral Bargaining with an Endogenous Fund
12:30 Lunch Ernesto's house


General Information

Once you arrive on campus, ask directions at the Welcome Center (A4) to Campus Center (C2). Symposium is going to be in A6, room 004. Note that NYUAD has strict security rules on campus access and you will need to have a visitor’s pass or nyu id with you at all times. Please bring with you to campus identification (passport and if NYU, NYU ID) as well as a copy of emails and other communications to show that you are authorized to be on campus. We should have security arranged to expect you and issue you visitor passes and will try to send more information on those details before you arrive.