Conference Program

The conference will be held in rooms P101, P102, and P106 at Masaryk University, Faculty of Economics and Administration (address: Lipová 41, Brno).

Each presenter is allocated 20 minutes, which includes time for questions and discussion. We advise you to prepare a 15-minute presentation and plan for 5 minutes of discussion.​

Thursday - May 30

 

13:30 - 15:00 

REGISTRATION
(in lobby)

15:00 

WELCOME
(room P101)

15:15 - 16:30 

SESSION 1

(room P101)

Morien El Haj (Ghent University)

How do employers view applicants with and without children differently?

 

Roberto Carlos Asmat Belleza (Vienna University of Economics and Business)

Competing for Equality: Understanding the Gender Gap in International Piano Competitions

 

Matej Lorko (University of Economics in Bratislava)

How to approach a potential donor? The pre-solicitation stage in charitable giving

16:30 - 17:00 

COFFEE BREAK 

(in lobby)

17:00 - 18:15 

KEYNOTE LECTURE

(room P101)

Eva Ranehill: The Impact of PhD Studies on Mental Health

Recent self-reported and cross-sectional survey evidence documents high levels of mental health problems among PhD students. We study the impact of PhD studies on mental health using Swedish administrative records of prescriptions for psychiatric medication for the full population of PhD students. We document that, in the years preceding their PhD, prospective students collect psychiatric medication at a rate similar to that of a matched sample of individuals holding a master’s degree. However, following the start of PhD studies, the use of psychiatric medication among PhD students increases sharply relative to the control group. This upward trend continues throughout the course of PhD studies, with estimates showing a 40% increase by the 5th year compared to pre-PhD levels.

18:30 - 21:30 

WELCOME DRINK

(at terrace)

 

Friday - May 31

 

9:00 - 9:30 (in lobby)
REGISTRATION
9:30 - 10:30
SESSION 2
 

Behavioral and Experimental Economics (room P102)

Moumita Deb (University of Heidelberg)

Information Acquisition in a Threshold Public Goods Game

 

Aleksandra Naganska (University of Warsaw)

Subjective financial well-being and susceptibility to scams

 

Huber Christoph (Vienna University of Economics and Business)

Determinants of Reproducibility in Management Science

Gender (room P106)

Pia Molitor (Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology)

Uncovering the Choreography of Life: The Impact of Life Transitions on Gendered Housework Patterns

 

Britta Jensen (Institute for Employment Research)

Gender Differences in Self-Confidence and Labor Market Outcomes

 

Elena Bassoli (Paris School of Economics)

Working longer or opting out? Women’s costly response to a recent pension reform

 
10:30 - 11:00
COFFEE BREAK
 
11:00 - 12:00
SESSION 3
 

Behavioral and Experimental Economics (room P102)

Marc Kaufmann (Central European University)

Narrow Bracketing in Work Choices

 

Ashley Perry (London Business School)

Performance-Feedback

 

Yang Zhong (University of Amsterdam)

Working under distractions

 

Migration (room P106)

Louise Devos (Ghent University)

Labour market disadvantages of citizens with a migration background in Belgium: A systematic review

 

Klára Kantová (Charles University)

The Elasticity of Substitution between Native and Immigrant Labor: A Meta-Analysis

 

Andrea Fazio (University of Rome Tor Vergata)

‘Eye for eye, tooth for tooth’ Body Mass Index, Discrimination, and Attitudes toward Immigrants

 
12:00 - 13:00
LUNCH
 

13:00 - 14:15

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Vincenzo Carrieri: Inequalities in health: Evidence, theories and policies

The lecture will examine health inequalities from various perspectives, presenting compelling evidence on inequalities among individuals and social groups over time, across spaces, and throughout the life course. Furthermore, it will discuss some theoretical perspectives for the normative analysis of health inequalities and draw implications for the design of health and economic policies.

14:00 - 14:15
short BREAK
 
14:20 - 15:20
SESSION 4
 

Behavioral and Experimental Economics (room P102)

Gergely Hajdu (Vienna University of Economics and Business)

Sinners and Saints: How Narratives Affect Moral Behaviour

 

Tingyan Jia (University of Leicester)

Empathy, Motivated Reasoning, and Redistribution

 

Lorenzo Spadoni (University of Cassino)

Norms and anti-coordination: elicitation and priming in an El Farol Bar Game experiment

 

Health (room P106)

Vendula Knust Stepanik (University Erlangen-Nürnberg)

Does free enrolment set an equal opportunity? Evidence from Social Health Protection Program in Pakistan

 

Mehrzad B. Baktash (University of Trier)

Does Performance Pay Increase the Risk of Worker Loneliness?

 

Anna Bárdits (Hungarian Research Network)

Family Foster Care or Residential Care: The Impact of Home Environment on Children Raised in State Care

 
15:20 - 15:45
COFFEE BREAK
 
15:45 - 16:45
SESSION 5
 

Behavioral and Experimental Economics (room P102)

Marco Catola (Maastricht University)

Curbing Energy Consumption through Voluntary Quotas: Experimental Evidence

 

Antal Ertl (Corvinus University of Budapest)

Learning to Win by Fearing to Lose: Exploring the Positive Effects of Loss Aversion on Academic Achievement and Motivation in Education


Yilong Xu (Utrecht University)

Motivations to speculate are the driving forces in experimental asset market bubbles

 

Labour (room P106)

Flavio Malnati (CERGE-EI)

Deus Vult! Military Capacity and Economic Development in the Teutonic-Order State

 

Mattia Filomena (Masaryk University)

Fatality news, media coverage and workplace safety

 

Josef Montag (Charles University)

School Principals and Minorities: A Field Experiment on Ethnic and Socioeconomic Discrimination

 

 

 

18:30 - 22:00
dinner (at Na Střeláku)

 

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