Seminars

The research seminars at the C-SEB

To promote scientific exchange, the Center for Social and Economic Behavior (C-SEB) organizes two research seminars on various topics in Behavioral Science on a regular basis. In the “Seminar in Applied Microeconomics”, scientists from the University of Cologne present current research projects to a wider audience. The “C-SEB Research Seminar” offers external guests working at the interface between economics and psychology the opportunity to present their research at the UoC.

The research seminars take place on Tuesdays from 12:00am-1:00pm and 1:30pm-14:45pm in room 3.206 (3rd floor) of the Student Service Center (SSC, Universitätsstraße 22a, 50937 Köln).

If you would like to present your research or give one of your guests the opportunity to present their work at the UoC, we kindly ask you to use the respective forms below.

For general inquiries about the seminar, please use the following contact address: c-seb-seminars@uni-koeln.de.

Presenting your own research in the seminar        

 

Inviting a guest speaker to the seminar in Cologne

Seminar schedule for the SS 2018

Date

12:00 – 13:00

Seminar in Applied Microeconomics

13:30 – 14:45

C-SEB Research Seminar

10.04.2018

Astrid Dannenberg (University of Kassel)

„Choosing the Game to Provide a Global Public Good“

17.04.2018

Sebastian Tonke (UoC)

„Making Responsible Citizens by Strengthening the Behavior-Identity Link? Evidence from a Field Experiment in Kosovo to Improve Payments for Water“

Martin Peitz (University of Mannheim)

„Segmentation versus Agglomeration: Competition between Platforms with Competitive Sellers“

24.04.2018

Georg Weizsäcker (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

„Learning from Unrealized versus Realized Prices“

01.05.2018

no seminar

08.05.2018

David A. Jaeger (City University of New York/UoC)

„Did Reality TV Really Cause a Decline in Teenage Childbearing? A Cautionary Tale of Evaluating Identifying Assumptions“

15.05.2018

Nicole Immorlica (Microsoft Research Lab, New England)

„Optimal Data Acquisition for Statistical Estimation“

Nima Haghpanah (Pennsylvania State University)

„Multi-Dimensional Virtual Values and Second-Degree Price Discrimination““

22.05.2018

no seminar

29.05.2018

05.06.2018

12.06.2018

Erin Krupka (University of Michigan)

„Rhetoric Matters: A Social Norms Explanation for the Anomaly of Framing“

Alexander Ahammer (JKU Linz)

„The Effect of Prenatal Maternity Leave on Short and Long-term Child Outcomes“

19.06.2018

Dainis Zegners (UoC)

„’Having the Lead’ vs. ‘Lagging Behind’: The Incentive Effect of Handicaps in Tournaments”

Johannes Johnen (Université Catholique de Louvain)

„Dynamic Competition in Deceptive Markets“

26.06.2018

Kerstin Eilermann (UoC)

„The Effect of Workload and Financial Incentives on Diagnostic Effort and Treatment Quality: An Experimental Study“

Eugen Dimant (University of Pennsylvania)

„Feel the Power of the Dark Side: On the Evolution of Norm Erosion“

03.07.2018

Frederik Thenée (UoC)

„Capital Constraints, Income Shocks, and Self-Employment”

Wolfgang Ketter (UoC)

„Decision Strategies in Sequential Power Markets with Increasing Intermittent Supply”

10.07.2018

Erik Hornung (UoC)

„Religious Practise and Student Performance: Evidence from Ramadan Fasting”

Manu Muñoz-Herrera (New York University Abu Dhabi)

„Formal and Informal Contracts in Multitask Principal-Agent Relations”

17.07.2018

Seminar schedule for the WS 2018/19

Date

12:00 – 13:00

Seminar in Applied Microeconomics

13:30 – 14:45

C-SEB Research Seminar

09.10.2018

Carina Fugger (ZEW Mannheim)

„Effects of Personal Experience of Extreme Weather Events on Climate Change Belief”

16.10.2018

Johannes Wohlfart (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)

„How Do Expectations About the Macroeconomy Affect Personal Expectations and Behavior?”

23.10.2018

Franziska Tausch (University of Sydney)

„Dishonesty in Insurance Underwriting: Evidence from an Online Experiment”

30.10.2018

Lukas Hensel (University of Oxford)

„Political Activists as Free-Riders: Evidence From a Natural Field Experiment”

Peter Werner (Maastricht University)

„Wage Negotiations and Strategic Responses to Transparency”

06.11.2018

Markus Möller/Yiqiu Chen (UoC)

„Credible Priority-Based Object Allocation”/ “Partition Obvious Strategy-Proofness”

Hannes Rusch (Philipps-Universität Marburg)

„Greater Love Has No One Than This: To Lay Down One’s Life for One’s Friends”

13.11.2018

Ines Helm (Stockholm University)

„The Dynamic Response of Municipal Fiscal Budgets to Revenue Shocks”

Daniel Balliet (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

„Advancing Evolutionary and Cultural Perspectives on Interdependence and Cooperation”

20.11.2018

Christoph Schottmüller (UoC)

„Why Echo Chambers are Useful”

Florian Englmaier (LMU München)

„The Effect of Incentives & Leadership in Non-Routine Analytic Team Tasks: Evidence from Field Experiments”

27.11.2018

Anna Bindler (University of Gothenburg)

„Scaring or Scarring? Labour Market Effects of Criminal Victimisation”

Stefano Caria (University of Bristol)

„The Selection of Talent: Experimental and Structural Evidence from Ethiopia”

04.12.2018

Anna Kerkhof (Universität zu Köln)

„Ad Revenue and Content Differentiation: Evidence from YouTube”

Astrid Kunze (Norwegian School of Economics)

11.12.2018

Frederik Schwerter (UoC)

18.12.2018

25.12.2018

no seminar

01.01.2019

no seminar

08.01.2019

Sebastian Mertesacker (UoC)

„Households’ Dynamic Investment Choice in Energy Efficient Technology”

15.01.2019

Jana Freundt (University of Pennsylvania)

„Perceptions of Inequality”

Jurjen Kamphorst (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

22.01.2019

Timo Vogelsang (UoC)

„Performance Reviews and Performance Pay: Evidence from a Field Experiment”

Otto Swank (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

29.01.2019

Chi Trieu (Universität Düsseldorf)

„Who should (not) benefit from Affirmative Action?”

Lingfang Ivy Li (Fudan University)

Seminar schedule for the SS 2019

Date

12:00 – 13:00

Seminar in Applied Microeconomics

13:30 – 14:45

C-SEB Research Seminar

02.04.2019

Helena Fornwager (University Innsbruck)

09.04.2019

Michael Kirchler (University Innsbruck)

16.04.2019

23.04.2019

Simeon Schudy (LMU Munich)

30.04.2019

Jesper Rüdiger (Universidad de Madrid)

07.05.2019

14.05.2019

Andras Molnar (Carnegie Mellon University)

„Mind the gap between minds – When and why do we derive utility from others’ beliefs?”

21.05.2019

Sven Seuken (University of Zurich)

28.05.2019

Jeff Ely (Northwestern University)

04.06.2019

11.06.2019

no seminar

18.06.2019

Annie Liang (University of Pennsylvania)

25.06.2019

02.07.2019

Anja Schöttner (HU Berlin)

09.07.2019

Loukas Balafoutas (University of Innsbruck)