Loyola Marymount University

 

Department of Economics

2007-2008 Seminar Series

 

Unless otherwise indicated, all seminars take place from 4:30 – 5:45 PM in the McIntosh Center on the third floor of University Hall (UNH 3999).

 

Links to past seminar series: [2005-06] [2006-07]

 

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

 

Date

Speaker(s)

Affiliation

Talk

Location

September 18

Eric Schwitzgebel

UC-Riverside

The Moral Behavior of Ethicists

ECC 1775

October 2

Eric Helland

Claremont

Product Liability and Moral Hazard: Evidence from General Aviation (with Alex Tabarrok)

McIntosh Center

October 16

James Konow

LMU

An Empirical Analysis of the Impartial Spectator

 

(additional paper)

 

McIntosh Center

October 17

Juergen Meinecke

UCLA

Dynamic Job Choices under Imperfect Self-Perception

McIntosh Center

November 6

Silke Januszewski Forbes

UCSD

Does Vertical Integration Affect Firm Performance? Evidence from Regional Airlines (with Mara Lederman)

McIntosh Center

November 27

Seid Zekavat

LMU

California’s Aqueducts: Water for a Thirsty Land

McIntosh Center

December 4

Andrew Clark

Paris-Jourdan Sciences Economiques

Kahneman meets the Quitters Peak-End Behaviour in the Labour Market.pdf

McIntosh Center

January 15

Daniel Posner

UCLA

Why Does Ethnic Diversity Undermine Public Goods Provision?

McIntosh Center

January 22

 

 

Bart Wilson

Chapman

Historical Property Rights, Sociality, and the Emergence of Impersonal Exchange in Long-distance Trade

McIntosh Center

February 5

Jim Andreoni

UCSD

TBA

McIntosh Center

February 26

Richard Fox

LMU

TBA

McIntosh Center

March 25

Zaki Eusufzai

LMU

TBA

McIntosh Center

April 1

Jennifer Offenberg,

Andrew Healy

LMU

Asymmetry and Incomplete Information in an Experimental Volunteer’s Dilemma (Offenberg)

Can Teams Help to Close the Gender Competition Gap? (Healy)

McIntosh Center

April 15

Leeat Yariv

Caltech

TBA

McIntosh Center

April 29

Dorothea Herreiner

LMU

TBA

McIntosh Center