Program and venues (YEM 2022)

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Book of abstracts

Thursday, May 26

Venue: Kabaret Špaček, Kopečná 46, Brno

16:30 - 17:00




17:00 - 18:15

Keynote lecture by Erik Plug:
"The only child"



18:15 - 22:30





Friday, May 27

Venue: Faculty of Economics and Administration, Lipová 41a, Brno

from 8:00


8:30 - 9:30

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 1.a

  • Gergely Haydu: Image Concerns and Voting Order in Group Decisions
  • Junze Sun: Public Persuasion in Elections: Single-Crossing Property and the Optimality of Censorship
  • Pavel Ilinov: When Misalignment is Useful: Delegation to Arationally Inattentive Agent

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 1.b

  • Máté Csaba Sándor: Approaching the Hot Hand With a Cool Head
  • Vojtěch Kotrba: Testing “Hot Hand” Hypothesis at the Individual Athletes’ Level in Soccer
  • Marc Kaufmann: Narrow Bracketing in Work Choices

Labor Economics 1

  • Diego Zambiasi: Dangerous Journeys. The Consequences of Externalizing Rescue Operations at Sea
  • Jakub Lonsky: Dreaming Of Leaving the Nest? Immigration Status and the Living Arrangements of Dacamented
  • Martin Guzi: The Impact of Immigration and Integration Policies on Immigrant-Native Labor Market Hierarchies
9:30 - 10:00  Coffee break    
10:00 - 11:00

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 2.a

  • Yang Zhong: Time Pressure Preferences
  • Miloš Fišar: Mind the Framing, When Studying Social Preferences in the Domain of Losses!
  • Pavel Kocourek: Demand in the Dark

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 2.b

  • Bilal Kchouri: Lying for Money: An Experiment on Religion Followers
  • Christoph Huber: On Social Norms and Observability in (Dis)Honest Behavior
  • Juan Francisco Blazquiz-Pulido: Analyzing Deception, Honesty, and Trustworthiness in Sender-Receiver Games

Labor Economics 2

  • Huaiping Yuan: Pitfalls of Pay Transparency: Evidence From the Lab and the Field
  • Patrick Nüß: Management Opposition, Strikes and Union Threat
  • Lena Adamus: Appetites Grow With Age: Wage Expectations Among Slovak Men and Women
11:00 - 11:20  Coffee break    
11:20 - 12:20

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 3.a

  • Luca Flóra Drucker: Difficult Merits
  • Taha Movahedi: Moral Wiggle Room and Social Identity
  • Katarína Čellárová: Self-Selection and the Willingness to Share

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 3.b

  • Alexandra Baier: Just Saying Sorry- The Effect of Apologies on Reintegration After Social Exclusion
  • Jonathan Stäbler: Spite in Litigation
  • Vanessa Schöller: Gender Versus Sex: What Drives Behavior?

Labor Economics 3

  • Michaela Kecskésová: Malaria and Economic Development in the Short-Term: Plasmodium Falciparum vs Plasmodium Vivax
  • Vojtěch Mišák: Crime and Weather. Evidence From the Czech Republic.
  • Andrej Cupák: Housing Wealth, Neighbourhoods and Life Satisfaction: A Metadata Instrumental-Variable Approach
12:20 - 13:15  Lunch    
13:15 - 14:30

Keynote lecture by Subhasish M. Chowdhury:
"The Economics of Identity and Conflict" (slides, paper)

14:30 - 15:30

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 4.a

  • Lenka Fiala: Information Design in One-Sided Matching Problems
  • Firoz Ahmed: Improving Women’s Mental Health During a Pandemic
  • Thomas Rittmansberger: Social Norms and Willingness to Vaccinate


Behavioral and Experimental Economics 4.b

  • Johannes Walter: In Algorithms We Trust - Once We Learned to Understand Them?
  • Tabaré Capitán: Meta-Nudge: A Nudge on a Nudge
  • Berenika Tužilová: Enhancing Tax Compliance by Increasing Information Salience: Natural Field Experiment

Labor Economics 4

  • Katharina Adler: Gender Differences in Earnings Expectations and Their Role for Major Choice
  • Kerstin Grosch: Closing the Gender Stem Gap - A Large-Scale Randomized-Controlled Trial in Elementary Schools
  • Adrian Mehic: Peer Desirability and Academic Achievement
15:30 - 16:00  Coffee break    
16:00 - 17:00

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 5

  • Christos Litsios: Role Preferences and Social Image Concerns in the Dictator Game
  • Theodor Kouro: Towards an Understanding of Allocation Choice in Charitable Giving: A Natural Field Experiment of Donations to Children With Down Syndrome in Albania
  • Diya Abraham: Opting in to dictator games: The effect of voluntary vulnerability on dictator giving
16:00 - 17:00

Labor Economics 5

  • Annalisa Tassi: Local Engagement: Do Community Needs Affect the Decision to Volunteer?
  • Anna Herget: Once a Temporary Agency Worker - Negative Effects Forever?
  • Dennis Gottschlich: The Unintentional Costs of Austerity
19:00 - 21:00

Good-bye dinner

Venue: Restaurant Mitrovski, Veletržní 716/13, Brno




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