The paper "Introducing otree_tools: A powerful package to provide process data for attention, multitasking behaviour and effort through tracking focus" co-authored by Philipp Chapkovski, research fellow of the laboratory, has been accepted for publication in Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance. Congratulations, Philipp!
The Senior Research Fellow of the Laboratory Heike Hennig-Schmidt presented the results of the new experiment on XX April International Academic Conference at Higher School of Economics.
The Head of the Laboratory Alexis Belianin presented some results of the ongoing experiment on double cheating tentatively called "Tacit collusion in the lab: a Double Cheating Experiment" on the Neuroeconomic workshop on April 19.
"Behaviour and Beliefs in Long-Distance Interactive Online Experiments between Moscow, Tomsk and Samara" -- laboratory's recent presentation on XX April International Academic Conference at Higher School of Economics
The Senior Research Fellow of the Laboratory Heike Hennig-Schmidt presented the results of the experiment "Behaviour and beliefs in long-distance interactive online experiments between Moscow, Tomsk and Samara “ during XX April International Academic Conference On Economic and Social Development
Philipp Chapkovski has taught an extended three-days workshop on oTree for graduate students and post-doctoral researchers in the University of Goettingen.
Gregory Chernov spent a two-months Internship at the Alfred-Weber-Institute for Economics at Heidelberg University, Germany
Gregory Chernov, PhD student and member of International Laboratory for Experimental and Behavioral Economics got the opportunity to discuss his academic projects with research fellows of The Chair of Economic Theory during his internship.
Heike Hennig-Schmidt participated in the Workshop "The Neoclassical Repair Shop and its Alternatives“ in honour of Werner Güth's 75th birthday at Berlin Social Science Center, February 2-3, 2019
The publication of the original ultimatum game paper in 1982 by Werner Güth and coauthors challenged orthodox neoclassical economics, based on the twin assumptions of perfect rationality and selfishness, in an unprecedented way.
This is a one-day in-house workshop hosted by The International Laboratory for Experimental and Behavioural Economics and run by the Lab’s member Philipp Chapkovski.
Heike Hennig-Schmidt published a paper in Health Economics on "Dishonesty in health care practice: A behavioural experiment on upcoding in neonatology“.