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Thursday, September 2

Venue: Kabaret Špaček, Kopečná 46, Brno

16:30 - 17:00

 Registration

 

 

17:00 - 18:15

Keynote lecture by Ben Greiner:                                                                                 "Social and economic preferences towards the end of life"

Link

 

18:15 - 22:30

 Dinner

 

 

 

Friday, September 3

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

from 8:00

Registration  

(Test link)  
8:30 - 9:30

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 1.a                                                            

  • Gergely Hajdu: The Effect of Choice on Beliefs 
  • Gergely Hajdu: How does choice affect learning? 
  • Christoph Drobner: Motivated belief updating and rationalization of information 
Link P403
 

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 1.b                                                            

  • Linda Dezső: Natives' and immigrants' preferences for redistribution (ONLINE)
  • Nina Weber: Experience of Social Mobility and Support for Redistribution: Beating the odds or blaming the system? 
  • Katarína Čellárová: Strategic vs. in-group motives of a bystander to intervene in a repeated non-emergency situations
Link S402
 

Labor Economics 1                                                                                                     

  • Jakub Grossman: Forced migration, staying minorities, and new societies: Evidence from post-war Czechoslovakia
  • Aizhamal Rakhmetova: Access to Financial Resources and Environmental Migration of the Poor
  • Christoph Deuster: International Migration and Human Capital Inequality: A Dyadic Approach
Link S401
9:30 - 10:00  Coffee break    
10:00 - 11:00

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 2.a                                                            

  • Tabaré Capitán: Expecting to get it: An endowment effect for information (ONLINE)
  • Andis Sofianos: Reverse Bayesianism: Revising Beliefs in Light of Unforeseen Events (ONLINE)
  • Yan Xu: Revealed preferences over experts and quacks and failures of contingent reasoning 
Link P403
 

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 2.b                                                            

  • Silvester van Koten: German Wind Auctions Modeled as a Participation Game
  • Adriana Alventosa: Product differentiation and quality costs. An experiment (ONLINE)
  • Matej Lorko: Intertemporal Coordination in Volunteer Markets 
Link S402
 

Labor Economics 2                                                                                                  

  • Caroline Coly: It’s a man’s world: culture of abuse, #MeToo and worker Flows (ONLINE)
  • Huyen Nguyen: The (Great) Persuasion Divide? Gender Disparities in Debate Speeches and Evaluations (ONLINE)
  • Matteo M. Marini: Does gender moderate the influence of emotions on risk-taking? Preliminary meta-analytic evidence from multiple price list
Link S401
11:00 - 11:20  Coffee break    
11:20 - 12:20

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 3.a                                                          

  • Yuval Ofek-Shanny: Assessment of Minorities Ability Using Low-Stakes Tests - Evidence from PISA and a Field Experiment 
  • Sergio Mittlaender: The Effect of Inclusive Policies on Economic Types of Discrimination (ONLINE)
  • Diya Abraham: Social comparisons and effort provision: The psychological effect of being less trusted than one's peers. 
Link P403
 

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 3.b                                                            

  • Abu Siddique: Forced Displacement, Mental Health, and Child Development: Evidence from the Rohingya Refugees 
  • Laura Muñoz Blanco: Displacement, a step on early marriage? Natural disasters and bride price tradition (ONLINE)
  • Libor Dušek: Salience, Incentives, and Timely Compliance: Evidence from Speeding Tickets
Link S402
 

Labor Economics 3                                                                                                  

  • Larissa da Silva Marioni: The effects of minimum wage on education acquisition
    in Brazil (ONLINE)
  • Filip Pertold: Multigenerational educational mobility in Europe: Evidence from SHARE
  • Jan Aleksander Baran: Are Poles stuck in overeducation? Individual dynamics of educational mismatch in Poland
Link S401
12:20 - 13:15  Lunch    
13:15 - 14:30

Online keynote lecture by Katrin Millock:                                                               

"Challenges in modelling migration as adaptation to climate change" 

Link P403

14:30 - 15:30

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 4                                                               

  • Lenka Fiala: Statistical Role Models (ONLINE)
  • Yuki Takahashi: Gender Differences in the Cost of Corrections in Group Work (ONLINE)
  • Shah Ahmad Mobariz: Long-term impacts of gender-balanced local development councils on female education (ONLINE)
Link P403
 

Labor Economics 4                                                                                                     

  • Filippos Maraziotis: Life-partners as career-allies? Exploring the wage effects of same-occupation couples (ONLINE)
  • Sefane Cetin: Joint Retirement: Evidence on the Heterogeneity of Spousal Effects
  • Adamus Lena: The impact of gender roles and stereotyped perceptions of entrepreneurship on women's entrepreneurial intentions
Link S401
15:30 - 16:00  Coffee break    
16:00 - 17:00

Behavioral and Experimental Economics 5                                                        

  • Ella Sargsyan: Violent Conflicts and Child Gender Preferences
  • Ada Kovaliukaite: Gender Representation in Majoritarian Bargaining (ONLINE)
  • Shuya He: Don't tell anyone I lost to a girl! Gender stereotypes and hiding low performances (ONLINE)
Link P403
16:00 - 17:00

Labor Economics 5                                                                                                        

  • Jakub Lonsky: Heroin Supply and Ethnic Networks: Evidence from Chinese Enclaves and Vietnam Veterans
  • Kai Barron: Alcohol and Short-Run Mortality: Evidence from a Modern-Day Prohibition (ONLINE)
  • Eugenio Levi: Does lack of trust boost populist attitudes and votes?
Link S401

 

Venue:  Restaurant Mitrovski, Veletržní 716/13, Brno

19:00 - 21:00

Good-bye dinner

Accommodation

The organizers kindly request that participants make their accommodation arrangements. These are a few hotels or B&Bs close to the Faculty.

Within short walk distance, sorted by the distance to the faculty:

1. Garni Hotel 
2. Penzion Integrity
3. Penzion Zahrada 
4. Penzion Locanda 

In case of questions or problems with accommodation, travel booking or travel costs, feel free to ask at yem@econ.muni.cz.

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