Loyola Marymount University

 

Department of Economics

2006-2007 Seminar Series

 

Unless otherwise indicated, all seminars take place from 4:15 – 5:30PM in the McIntosh Center on the third floor of University Hall (UNH 3999).

 

Links to past seminar series: [2005-06]

 

For more information, contact Prof. Andrew Healy at ahealy@lmu.edu.

 

Date

Speaker(s)

Affiliation

Talk

Location

September 12

Andrew Healy

Dorothea Herreiner

LMU

Overconfidence, Social Groups, and Gender (Healy)

The Empirical Relevance of Envy Freeness as a Fairness Criterion

(Herreiner)

McIntosh Center

September 27

Bertil Tungodden

Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration

Responsibility for What? An Experimental Approach to Fairness and Responsibility (with Alexander Cappelen and Erik Sørensen)

McIntosh Center

October 3

Hakan Holm

Lund University

Political Trust Behavior (with Paul Nystedt)

McIntosh Center

October 17

Clemens Puppe

University of Karlsruhe

Why Suggest Non-Binding Retail Prices?  (with Stephanie Rosenkranz)

ECC 1775

October 31

Stephan Kroll

CSU-Sacramento

Trading German Agricultural Payment Entitlements: An Experimental Investigation

Economics conference room

(UH 4201)

November 7

Rosi Nagel

Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

It is Hobbes, not Rousseau: An Experiment on Social Insurance

McIntosh Center

November 21

Christopher Thornberg

UCLA

Southern California Real Estate: Bubble Economics and the Long Run Consequences

ECC 1775

November 28

Gary Charness

 

UCSB

Individual Behavior and Group Membership

McIntosh Center

January 9

 

 

James Devine

LMU

How to Talk Back to an Economist: A Citizen’s Guide

McIntosh Center

January 23

Tim Groseclose

UCLA

A Formal-Theoretic, Rational-Choice Argument Against the Existence of Sophisticated Voting in Legislatures

McIntosh Center

February 13

Meric Keskinel

LMU

Currency/Asset Substitution in Developing Countries

McIntosh Center

February 27

Dick Easterlin

USC

Life Cycle Happiness and Its
Sources: Intersections of Demography, Economics and Psychology

McIntosh Center

March 13

Zaki Eusufzai

LMU

Econometric Structural Break Tests: How Good Are They?

McIntosh Center

March 27

John T. Scott

UC-Davis

What’s Fair in Fair Weather and Foul? Distributive Justice across Different Allocation Contexts and Goods

McIntosh Center

April 9

Barry O’Neill

UCLA

Apologies, Promises, and Good Faith

 

EC1857

April 10

Kate Antonovics

UCSD

A New Look at Racial
Profiling: Evidence from the Boston Police Department

McIntosh Center

April 24

Jennifer Offenberg

LMU

Research on Gift Cards

McIntosh Center