Bay Area Behavioral and Experimental Economics Workshop

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Blue room, Social Sciences & Humanities,1113

Bay Area Behavioral and Experimental Economics Workshop
April 27, 2024
University of California, Davis
9:00 AM – 9:30 AM Registration and Light Breakfast
9:20 AM – 9:30 AM Welcome / Opening Remarks
9:50 AM – 11:10 AM Track Session 1
Competition & Identity — SSH 1113 (Blue Room)
Travis Lybbert UC Davis “Culture and competition: Independent vs. interdependent
framing alters preference for competition”
Chaudhuri UC Davis “Gender Differences in Qualitative Evaluations of
Jon Ifcher Santa Clara “Competitive Preferences of Asian and White Americans”
Monica Capra Claremont “Large Language Models for the Study of non-WEIRD
11:10 AM – 11:30 AM Coffee Break
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Parallel Sessions 2
Policy Design — SSH 1113 (Blue Room)
Gregory Klevans UC Santa Cruz “Price Caps and Scores in Multi-Object, Pay-As-Bid
Procurement Auctions”
Polina Detkova CalTech “The Identified Helper Effect on the Frequency of Asks”
Max Planck
“‘I Won’t Get It Anyway’ - A Field Study on the Role of
Misperceptions for Financial Student Aid Applications”
Information & Search — SSH 1131 (Gold Room)
Jay Cizeski UC San Diego “Communication in Bargaining: Which Messages
Justin Ku UC Davis “Sequential Search under Range-Dependent
Attribute Weighting”
Menglong Guan UC Santa Barbara “Choosing Between Information Bundles”

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