Behavioral Economics and
Spring 2013 Semester
Friday, January 25*
Henrik Cronqvist, Claremont McKenna
*Time for this event is 4 - 6 p.m.
Prenatal Exposure to Testosterone Increases
Financial Risk Taking and Reduces the Gender Gap
Thursday, March 7 - no event
Thursday, March 14
Roman Sheremeta, Chapman University
Overbidding and Heterogeneous Behavior in
Thursday, April 4
Yu-Han Chang, USC (Information Science Institute)
Graph Formation Effects on Social Welfare and
Inequality in a Networked Resource Game
Moral Values from Simple Game Play
Thursday, April 11
Terence Burnham, Chapman University
Thursday, May 9
Ori Heffetz, Cornell University
What Can We Learn from Happiness Data?
Fall 2012 Semester
Thursday, September 6
Marina Agranov, Caltech
"The Effect of Negotiations on Bargaining in Legislatures "
Thursday, September 20
Michael McBride, UC Irvine
"Why Go to Court? Bargaining Failure under the Shadow
of Trial with Complete Information"
Thursday, October 4
Jesse Kluver, University of Virgina (Darden)
"Metabolic expense management:
A hidden performance-related payoff from synchronized movement"
Thursday, October 11
Quinn Keefer, CGU
"The Sunk-Cost Fallacy and Managerial Decision Making:
The National Football League's Concorde"
Thursday, October 18
Andrew Cassey, Washington State University
"The Location of US State's Overseas Offices"
Thursday, October 25
Amos Nadler, CGU
"Testosterone and Asset Price Bubbles: Experimental Evidence"
Thursday, November 1
Latika Chaudhury, Scripps College
"Engines of Growth:The Productivity Advance of
Indian Railways, 1874-1912"
Thursday, November 8
Joshua Tasoff, CGU
"Exponential-Growth Bias and Lifecycle Consumption"
Thursday, November 29
Isabelle Brocas, USC
"A Neuroeconomic Theory of Self Control"