Events

Upcoming activities at the C-SEB

The C-SEB regularly organizes scientific talks, conferences, discussions, and workshops for its members and invited guest. You will find all upcoming events in our event calendar below. Unless otherwise stated, our activites are for C-SEB members only. Events that are open to the general public will be labeled accordingly. We hope you enjoy learning about our events and welcome you to participate!

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24. November 2017
  • Workshop "Mixed-Model Analysis"

    24. November 2017 - 25. November 2017
    Universität zu Köln, Albertus-Magnus-Platz, 50923 Köln, Germany

    The workshop will be held by Charles Judd from the University of Colorado Boulder. If you are interested in participating, please fill out the following form by Sept. 2nd, 2017. https://unikoelnpsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9EmAA3LswrcpStv

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29. November 2017
  • Job-Talk: "Strategic Inattention in Product Search."

    29. November 2017 @ 13:30 - 14:30
    Universität zu Köln, SSC Building, Room 3.206

    Dr. Adrian Hillenbrand (MPI): Online platforms provide search tools that help consumers to get better-fitting product offers. But this technology makes consumer search behavior also easily traceable for the platform and allows for real-time price discrimination. Consumers face a trade-off: Search intensely and receive a better fit at a potentially higher price or restrict search behavior - be strategically inattentive - and receive a worse fit, but maybe a better deal. We study the resulting strategic buyer-seller interaction theoretically as well as experimentally. Our experimental results show that it is actually the sellers and not the buyers who profit from these search tools.

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  • Job-Talk: "Abuse of Power – An experimental investigation of the effects of power and transparency on centralized punishment."

    29. November 2017 @ 15:00 - 16:00
    Universität zu Köln, SSC Building, Room 3.206

    Wladislaw Mill: "We investigate power abuse of a single punisher in a public-goods-game subject to variations in punishment power and contribution transparency. We find a high amount of abuse across all conditions. More power led to more abuse over time, while transparency could only curb abuse in the high power conditions. These findings highlight the dangers of power centralization, but suggest a more complex relation of power and transparency."

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