The Behavioral and Experimental Economics group was founded in 1991 at the University of Amsterdam. It is one of the first centers for experimental and behavioral economics in Europe. The group has an influential position in this field in the Netherlands and Europe. At Erasmus University Rotterdam, the group started with the arrival of Peter Wakker and Han Bleichrodt in 2005, and has since expanded to include many other researchers. This part of the group focuses on decision under risk and uncertainty, and intertemporal choice.
Researchers in this field
20-059/I - Curbing Carbon: An Experiment on Uncertainty and Information about CO2 emissions
Date: September 15, 2020
20-048/I - Can competitiveness predict education and labor market outcomes? Evidence from incentivized choice and survey measures
Date: August 11, 2020
20-047/I - Intertemporal and Social Preferences predict compliance in a Social Dilemma: An application in the context of COVID-19
Date: August 03, 2020
20-029/I - Lie detection: A strategic analysis of the Verifiability Approach
Date: June 06, 2020
20-011/I - Gender and Willingness to Compete for High Stakes
Date: February 17, 2020
Student Introduction Session
- PhD Lunch Seminars
Webinar: A Political Model of Trust
Marina Agranov (Caltech, United States)
- Micro Seminars
Eliciting Preferences and Private Information: Tell Me What You...
- PhD Defense
Title to be Announced
Judd Kessler (Wharton, University of Pennsylvania, United States)
- Micro Seminars
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