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2 nd Maastricht Behavioral and Experimental Economics Symposium

Social Comparison and

Auctions

Risk and Ambiguity

Guilt Aversion (H0.04)

(Aula)

(H0.06)

Jona Linde

Joakim Ahlberg

Aurélien Baillon

(University of Amsterdam) (VTI)

(University of Rotterdam)

Social comparison and risky Common Value, Multi-Unit Auctions Risk, Ambiguity and the Rankchoices

with Private Signals - Comparing

Laboratory Experiments With

Theory

Dependence Axioms: Comments

Nikos Nikiforakis

Petra Nieken

Jaromir Kovarik

(University of Melbourne) (University of Bonn)

(University of Bilbao)

The Impact of Social Comparisons Risk Taking in Winner-Take-All Risk aversion and networks:

on Ultimatum Bargaining Competition

Microfoundations for network

formation

Charles Bellemare Chair Sander Onderstal Chair Gijs v.d. Kuilen Chair

(Université Laval)

(University of Amsterdam) (Tilburg University)

Estimation of Equilibrium and Going Once, Going Twice, The Midweight Method to Measure

Disequilibrium Models of Guilt Reported! Cartel Activity and the Attitudes 1 towards Risk 2 and

Aversion

Effectiveness of Leniency Programs Ambiguity

in Experimental Auctions

Public Goods and Cooperation Learning, Endowment Effect Bargaining and Public

(H0.04)

and Ambiguity (Aula) Information (H0.06)

Sigrid Suetens

Wendelin Schnedler

Zacharias Maniadis

(Tilburg University)

(Mannheim University)

(Bocconi University)

Revisiting strategic versus non- Uncertainty Aversion and An Experimental Investigation of

strategic cooperation

Preferences for Randomization: An Aggregate Information Revelation in

Experimental Study

the Centipede Game

David Hugh-Jones

Friederike Mengel

(Max-Planck-Institute of Economics) (Maastricht University

Anonymity, Signaling, Contributions An Experiment on Learning in a

and Ritual

Multiple Games Environment

Sabine Kröger Chair

(Université Laval)

Heterogeneous productivity in

voluntary public good provision: An

experimental analysis

(M-BEES 2009)

Theory and Experiments

Programme

Opening Address

Keynote Lecture - Drew Fudenberg (Harvard University)

Self Control, Risk Aversion, and the Allais Paradox

Coffee Break (Foyer)

Lunch Break (Foyer)

Dirk Engelmann Chair

(Royal Holloway University)

A Shock Therapy Against the

Endowment Effect

Coffee Break (Foyer)

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Emin Karagozoglu

(Maastricht University)

Bargaining with Endogenous

Claims and Reference Points

Adrian de Groot Ruiz Chair

(University of Amsterdam)

Low vs. High Structure Bargaining:

Strategic and Coalitional Models

with and without a Core


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Contracts and Voting

(H0.04)

Social Preferences

(Aula)

Rebecca Morton

Okzan Aksoy

(New York University)

(Utrecht University)

Coordination and Communication in Social motives and expectations in

Multiparty Elections with Costly one-shot asymmetric prisoner's

Voting

dilemmas

Martin Kocher

(University of Munich)

Investment in human capital and

competition

Christian Zehnder Chair

(HEC Lausanne)

Contracts as Reference Points –

Experimental Evidence

Irina Kirysheva

(New Economic School, Moscow)

Ingrid Rohde

(Maastricht University)

Organizers

J. Philipp Reiss (p.reiss@MaastrichtUniversity.nl)

Arno M. Riedl (a.riedl@MaastrichtUniversity.nl)

Peter Dürsch

(University of Heidelberg)

Taking punishment into your own

hands: An experiment on the

motivation underlying punishment

Jan Potters Chair

(Tilburg University)

Eye-tracking Social Preferences

Coffee Break (Foyer)

Keynote Lecture - Armin Falk (University of Bonn)

Reference-dependent Preferences

Closing Address

Social Dinner

Poster presentations during coffee and lunch breaks

Risk Attitudes in a Social Context

Behavioral Theory

(H0.06)

Ferdinand v. Siemens

(University of Amsterdam)

Social Preferences, Sorting, and

Competition

Xiaojian Zhao

(Mannheim University)

Strategic Mis-Selling and Pre-

Contractual Cognition

Markus Walzl Chair

(University of Bamberg)

Nash bargainers against Walrasian

auctioneers in the competition of

trading platforms

Group Merger as a Way to Achieve Efficient Coordination in Weak-link

Games

This event is sponsored by NWO and Maastricht University School of Business and Economics

through its Research School METEOR and its Department of Economics.

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