1er workshop COCOLAB IN ECONOMICS AND PSYCHOLOGY – 14-16 février 2019

Quand ? Du 14-02-2019 à 18:30
au 16-02-2019 à 18:15
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Ce premier workshop se déroulera à la MSHS, en salle plate 031.


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


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before February 11

1st CoCoLab Workshop in Economics and Psychology