Past event

Behavioural, Experimental, and Theoretical Economics Workshop

Organizers: Dr Tugce Cuhadaroglu, Dr Margherita Negri, Professor Conny Wollbrant

The two day (Tuesday, 16 May and Wednesday, 17 May 2023) workshop brings together leading researchers in the fields of Behavioral, Experimental, and Theoretical Economics based at Universities in Scotland and Northern England, with the aim of sharing and discussing the latest advancements in their fields. The workshop is organized as part of the activities of the Behavioral, Experimental and Theoretical Economics (BETEcon) research cluster within the School of Economics and Finance at the University of St Andrews.

Remember to register for the event by clicking on the link below. Registration closes on Tuesday, 2 May 2023. We look forward to welcoming you!

Day 1, Tuesday, 16 May
*12.30 to 13.30: Registration and welcome lunch
*13:30 to 14.15: Andis Sofianos (Durham University), Reverse Bayesianism: Revising Beliefs in Light of Unforeseen Events (with C.K. Becker, T. Melkonyan, E. Proto, and S. T. Trautmann)
*14.15 to 15.00: Tatiana Kornienko (University of Edinburgh), Facing the Grim Truth: Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma Against Robot Opponents (with J. Duffy and E. Hopkins)
*15.00 to 15.15: Coffee break
*15.15 to 16.00: Min Zhang (University of St Andrews), Repeated Resale Auctions with Demand Uncertainty
*16.00 to 16.45: Jinrui Pan (Durham University), Group Identity and Implicit Collusion in Cournot Competition
*18.30: Workshop Dinner (invitation only)

Day 2, Wednesday, 17 May
*9.00 to 9.30: Welcome coffee
*9.30 to 10.15: Willem Sas (University of Stirling), Regulation, Expectations, and Trust Erosion (with G. Daniele, A. Martinangeli, F. Passarelli and L. Windsteiger)
*10. 15 to 11.00: Margherita Negri (University of St Andrews), TBC
*11.00 to 11.15: Coffee break
*11.15 to 12.00: Ed Hopkins (University of Edinburgh), College as a Signal of Self-Control: Theory and Evidence
*12.00 to 13.00: Lunch
*13.00 to 13.45: Tugce Cuhadaroglu (University of St Andrews), Identifying channels of social influence
*13.45 to 14.30: Eugenio Proto (University of Glasgow), TBC

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