Drew Fudenberg organizes a workshop with the help of Guillaume Frechette, Muriel Niederle, and
Workshop on Experimental Game Theory
July 14-15, 2013 - Stony Brook University
July 14-15, 2013 - Location TBD
July 14 - Day One
Registration and Breakfast
"Institutions build intutitions: creating cultures of cooperation and defection in the laboratory"
David Rand - Yale University
"The relationship between cooperation and punishment: evidence from online experiments"
Alex Peysakhovich - Harvard University
"It's the Thought that Counts: The Role of intentions in Reciprocal Altruism,"
Anna Dreber - Stockholm School of Economics
"Dissolution of Partnerships in Infinitely Repeated Games: An Experimental Examiniation of Termination Clauses"
Alistair Wilson - University of Pittsburgh
"Native Play and the Process of Choice in Guessing"
Marina Agranov - Caltech
"Identifying Predictable Players"
Muriel Niederle - Stanford University
July 15 - Day Two
"Cheap Talk and Transparency as Substitutes for Commitment in Indefinitely Repeated Policy Games"
John Duffy - University of Pittsburgh
"Cooperation in Dynamic Games: An Experimental Investigation"
Emanuel Vespa - UC Santa Barbara
"Social Coupons: Mechanism Design for Social Media"
Tanya Rosenblat - Iowa State University
"An Experimental Test of a Complex Market Design: Changing the Course Allocation System at Wharton"
Judd Kessler - University of Pennsylvania
"Bargaining in Supply Chain Networks"
Stephen Leider - University of Michigan
"Belief Updating and the Demand for Information: An Experiment"
Sandro Ambuehl - Stanford University