Seminar Spring 2019

January

  • January 17 (THUR), 16:00-17:15, room C-1.09
    Yu Zhou (Osaka University, Institute of Social and Economic Research)
    A General English Auction for Multiple Items
    Abstract
  • January 25 (FRI), 16:00 – 17:00, room A0.23
    Albert Jan Hummel (Erasmus University Rotterdam & Tinbergen Institute)
    Unemployment and Tax Design
    Abstract
  • January 31 (THUR), 16:00-17:15, room A1.23
    Sigrid Suetens  (Tilburg University)
    Empirical evidence on sequential games
    Abstract
  • February 1 (FRI), 16:00-17:00, room C-1.05
    Mikhail Freer (ECARES, Université Libre de Bruxelles)
    Revealed Social Preferences
    Abstract

February

  • February 12 (TUE), 16:00-17:00, room A1.23
    Bas Dietzenbacher (Higher School of Economics, Saint Petersburg)
    The Procedural Egalitarian Solution
    Abstract
  • February 14 (THUR), 16:00-17:15, room A1.23
    Mark Voorneveld (Stockholm School of Economics)
    On best-response correspondences and information elicitation using scoring rules
    Abstract
  • February 20 (WED), 10:00-11:15, room A1.23
    Bertil Tungodden (Norwegian School of Economics)
    Beliefs about Behavioral Responses to Taxation
    Paper
  • February 21 (THUR), 14:30-15:45, room H0.06
    Ada Kovaliukaite (New York University Abu Dhabi)
    A (non-parameteric) Method to Evaluate The Significance and Power of Level-k Family
    Abstract
  • February 28 (THUR), 14:00-15:00, room A1.23
    Joe Lesica (McMaster University)
    Income Inequality, Small-Business Taxation and Lobbying
    Abstract

March

  • March 12 (TUE), 16:00-17:00, room A0.23
    Elchin Suleymanov (University of Michigan)
    Robust Maximum Likelihood Updating
    Abstract
  • March 13 (WED), 16:00-17:00, room D0.033 (Zwingelput 4 – UCM Building)
    Max Löffler (University of Cologne)
    Property Taxation, Housing, and Local Labor Markets: Evidence from German Municipalities
    Abstract
  • March 15 (FRI), 16:00-17:15, room C-1.07
    Alexander Westkamp (University of Cologne)
    Strategy-Proof Exchange under Trichotomous Preferences
    Abstract
  • March 18 (MON), 16:00-17:00, room A0.23
    Antoine Malézieux (University of Exeter)
    40 years of Tax Evasion Games: A Meta-Analysis
    Abstract
  • March 20 (WED), 16:00-17:15, room C-1.03
    Galit Ashkenazi-Golan (Tel Aviv University)
    Solving Two-State Markov Games with Incomplete Information on One Side
    Abstract
  • March 28 (THUR), 11:00-12:00, room C-1.07
    Hannes Rusch (University of Marburg & TU Munich)
    If an animal could choose its own fitness function, would it want one with a conscience?
    Abstract
  • March 28 (THUR), 16:00-17:15, room A0.23
    Gaëtan Fournier (Université d’Aix-Marseille)
    Location games: when do players differentiate?
    Abstract
  • March 29 (FRI), 13:30-14:30, room H0.06
    Ismael Martínez-Martínez (Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics – DICE & Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf)
    Games With Coupled Populations: An Experiment in Continuous Time
    Abstract

April

  • April 1 (MON), 11:00-12:00, room A1.22
    Geert Goeyvaerts (KU Leuven)
    Keeping investors at bay: differential transactions taxes in the housing market
    Abstract
  • April 2 (TUE), 16:00-17:00, room A1.22
    Andreas Pondorfer (University of Bonn)
    Animal spirits: The natural geography of economic behavior
    Abstract
  • April 3 (WED), 16:00-17:00, room A1.22
    Davud Rostam-Afschar (Universität Hohenheim)
    Taxation and Job Mobility in Europe
    Abstract

May

    • May 23 (THUR), 16:00-17:15, room A1.22
      Arthur Schram (University of Amsterdam and EUI Florence)
      Credit Attribution to Joint Production: Another Disadvantage to Women?
      Abstract

June

      • June 6 (THUR), 16:00-17:15, room A0.23
        Thomas de Haan (University of Bergen)
        Fairness preferences in the face of limited information regarding merit
        Abstract
      • June 14 (FRI), 12:00-13:15, room  C-1.07
        William Sudderth (University of Minnesota)
        David Blackwell (1919-2010): Remarks on his life and work
        Abstract
      • June 17 (MON), 16:00-17:15, room A1.23
        Philipp Strack (Berkeley)
        The Cost of Information
        Paper
      • June 20 (THUR), 16:00-17:15, room A1.22
        Carlos Alós-Ferrer (University of Zurich)
        Time will tell: Recovering preferences when choices are noisy
        Abstract