1st CoCoLab Workshop in Economics and Psychology

February 14-16, 2019
Quand ? Du 14-02-2019 à 18:30
au 16-02-2019 à 18:15
Où ? MSHS Sud Est, Nice, Salle Plate
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Keynote Speakers:

Pierpaolo Battigalli (Bocconi University & IGIER, Milan)

Gary Charness (University of California Santa Barbara)

Martin Dufwenberg (University of Arizona & University of Gothenburg)

John Hey (University of York)


February 14

18:30-20:00 Welcome Reception
18:30-18:45 Recent Achievements of UCA (Jean-Marc Gambaudo, President of UCA)
18:45-19:00 Research at UCA (Jeanick Brisswalter, Vice-President of the Research Committee of UCA)
19:00-19:15 Research at MSHS (Tobias Scheer, Director of the MSHS)
19:15-19:30 Research at GREDEG (Jean-Pierre Allegret, Director of GREDEG)
19:30-19:45 Introduction to the CoCoLab (Giuseppe Attanasi, President of CoCoLab)
19:45-20:00 Introduction to the 1st CoCoLab Workshop: Economics and Psychology (Martin Dufwenberg, Director of the Economic Science Laboratory at University of Arizona)
20:00-22:00 Social Aperitif (Italian Food and World Music Jam Session)


February 15

09:00-10:30 Presentation of the CoCoLab facilities (Guus Bongers)
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-13:05 Session 1 (Presentations 1-4): Beliefs, Messages and Policies
Richard Arena : Logic and Psychology in Keynes’s Approach to the Formation of Expectations
Giovanni Di Bartolomeo : Are Messages from the Tax Authorities Effective per se?
Arianna Galliera : Don’t You just Love Being in Control? A Field Experiment of the Impact of Message Content on Consumption Awarenes
Stefano Papa : The Rationale of In-group Favoritism: An Experimental Test of Three Explanations
Anastasia Danilov: Affirmative Action Policies and Behavior in Promotional Tournaments: An Experiment
13:05-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-14:45 Keynote Speech 1 [John Hey]: Learning under Ambiguity when Information Acquisition is Costly: An Experiment
14:45-16:00 Session 2 (Presentations 5-8): Social Comparison, Favoritism and Conformis
Nadège Bault: Social Comparison Elicits Competitive Behavior : Converging Evidence from Physiological Recordings and Brain Studies
Penelope Hernandez: Integration and Diversity
Francesco Passarelli: Partial Norms
16:00-16:20 Coffee Break
16:20-18:00 Session 3 (Presentations 9-12): Risk and Incentives
Alexander Christopher Sebald: Testing for Salience Effects in Choices under Risk
Eric Guerci: Financial Market Professionals’ Higher Order Risk Attitudes
Antonio Iannelli: Obesity, NASH, and Bariatric Chirurgy
Enrica Carbone: Past Performance and Entry in Procurement
18:00-18:45 Keynote Speech 2 [Martin Dufwenberg]: Tra i Leoni: Revealing the Preferences Behind a Superstiti
20:00-22:00 Social Dinner


February 16

09:00-11:05 Session 4 (Presentations 13-17): Guilt and Norms
Kiryl Khalmetski: Norms and Guilt
Elisabetta Leni: Guilt Aversion: Evidence on Heterogeneity in the Trust Game
Claire Rimbaud: Guilt: The Role of Vulnerability
Giovanni Ponti: Preference Based Subjective Beliefs
Elena Manzoni: On the Trasmission of Guilt Aversion
11:05-11:25 Coffee Break
11:25-12:10 Keynote Speech 3 [Pierpaolo Battigalli]: Frustration and Anger in the Ultimatum Game: An Experiment
12:10-13:25 Session 5 (Presentations 18-20): Trust and Communication
Andrea Guido: Accounting for Italy’s North-South Divide in Trusting Behaviour: Experimental Evidence from Southern Emigrants
Adam Zylberstejn: Digital Communication and Swift Trust
Amrish Patel: Communication as Gift-Exchange
13:25-14:25 Lunch Break
14:25-16:55 Session 6 (Presentations 21-26): CoCoLab Nice projects
Seçkin Arslan: The ‘PLAN’ Project – Language Processing across Lifespan
Michela Chessa: Enhancing Strategic Thinking through Virtual and Augmented Reality
Guilhem Lecouteux: A Measure of the Cognitive Processes underlying the Acceptability of Nudges
Adriana Pinate: Green Innovation: Creativity, Risk and Social Context (GrICRiS)
Ismael Rafai: Attraction Effect on Conversion Rate in Airline Booking
Hanane Ramzaoui: Search Efficiency in Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease: Bottom-up and Top-down Eye-movement Guidance within Real-world Scenes
16:55-17:15 Coffee Break
17:15-18:00 Keynote Speech 4 [Gary Charness], by Skype: How Do People Choose Between Biased Information Sources? Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment
18:00-18:15 Concluding Remarks


Invited Speakers:                                              

Nadège Bault (University of Trento)

Guus Bongers (Noldus Information Technology, Wageningen)

Enrica Carbone (University of Campania)

Anastasia Danilov (University of Cologne)

Giovanni Di Bartolomeo (Sapienza University of Rome)

Arianna Galliera (Polytechnic University of Milan)

Andrea Guido (Catholic University of Lille)

Penelope Hernandez (University of Valencia)

Kiryl Khalmetski (University of Cologne)

Elisabetta Leni (University of Essex)

Elena Manzoni (University of Verona)

Stefano Papa (Sapienza University of Rome)

Francesco Passarelli (University of Turin)

Amrish Patel (University of East Anglia, Norwich)

Giovanni Ponti (LUISS University of Rome)

Claire Rimbaud (University of Lyon)

Alexander Sebald (University of Copenhagen)

Adam Zylbersztejn (University of Lyon)

Local Speakers:

Jean-Pierre Allegret (Université Côte d’Azur, Director of GREDEG)

Richard Arena (Université Côte d’Azur, GREDEG)

Seçkin Arslan (Université Côte d’Azur, BCL)

Jeanick Brisswalter (Université Côte d’Azur, Vice-President of the Research Committee)

Michela Chessa (Université Côte d’Azur, GREDEG)

Jean-Marc Gambaudo (Université Côte d’Azur, President)

Eric Guerci (Université Côte d’Azur, GREDEG)

Antonio Iannelli (Université Côte d’Azur, CHU de Nice)

Guilhem Lecouteux (Université Côte d’Azur, GREDEG)

Adriana Pinate (Université Côte d’Azur, GREDEG & Università di Chieti-Pescara)

Ismael Rafai (Université Côte d’Azur, GREDEG)

Hanane Ramzaoui (Université Côte d’Azur, LAPCOS) 

Tobias Scheer (Université Côte d’Azur, Director of the MSHS)