Seminars: Behavioral & Experimental Economics

  Behavioral & Experimental Economics............................................................................................................
Term:  Fall 2020-2021
Location: Zoom - link sent out to list-serv members
Meeting Time: Wednesdays, 12:00-1:15 PM unless otherwise noted
Description: For students with an interest in behavioral and experimental economics. Faculty presentations by Harvard economists and invited guests.
List Serve/Announcements: https://lists.fas.harvard.edu/mailman/listinfo/behaviorecon-seminar-list
 

 

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
9/9          NO MEETING THIS WEEK (First week of semester)  
9/16 Isabel Macdonald (Harvard University) The Psychological Cost of Indebtedness: Evidence from Housing Mortgages in Pakistan
9/23 Sarah Ridout (Harvard University) A Model of Justification
9/30 Cary Frydman (University of Southern California – Marshall School of Business)

Efficient coding and risky choice

10/7 Elizabeth Linos (University of California – Berkeley) RCTs to scale: Comprehensive evidence from two nudge unite
10/14 NO MEETING THIS WEEK - Department Seminar  
10/21 Matthew Levy (London School of Economics) Estimating Biases in Smoking Cessation: Evidence from a Field Experiment
10/28 Benjamin Enke (Harvard University) Associative memory and belief formation
11/4 Drazen Prelec (MIT – Sloan) (tentative) Title Pending
11/11 Stefanie Stantcheva (Harvard University) Understanding Tax Policy: How Do People Reason?
11/18 Alexander Cappelen (NHH Norwegian School of Economics) Fairness across the globe: preferences and beliefs
11/25

NO MEETING THIS WEEK – Thanksgiving Week

 
12/2 NO MEETING THIS WEEK – Last week of semester