Economics Research Jamboree 2023: Interface of Theory & Experiments
Tuesday afternoon
1330 – 1400 Dan Quigley “Credibility and Persuasion in the Long Run” (with James Best and Peiran Jiao)

1400 – 1430 Meg Meyer “Gaming and Stochastic Contracts” (with Edoardo Gallo)

1445 – 1515 Katharina Janezic “Coordination and Sophistication” (with Larbi Alaoui and Antonio Penta)

1515-1545 Vatsal Khandelwal “Misperceptions about Dialogue in Social Networks” (with Ronak Jain)

1545 -1615 Afternoon Tea

1615-1635 Hubert Wu “Rationalising Preference Heterogeneity: A Semi-Parametric Approach” (via Zoom)

1635-1655 Carlos Gonzalez Perez “Adaptive Wage Setting: A Prior-Free Theory of Adverse Selection and Monopsony Markets” (via Zoom)

1655 – 1715 Stefania Merone “Time Inconsistency and Non-Stationary Instantaneous Utility: Empirical Evidence from Rural Malawi” (via Zoom)

Wednesday morning
0900 – 0930 Welcome

0930 – 1000 Max Kasy “Optimal Pre-Analysis Plans: Statistical Decisions Subject to Implementability” (with Jann Spiess)

1000-1030 Severine Toussaert “Predicting the Outcome of Social Science Experiments” (with Daniel Evans and Taisuke Imai)

1030 – 1100 Coffee Break

1100 – 1200 Panel on metascience  —- Severine Toussaert, Max Kasy, Noam Yuchtman, Frank DiTraglia

1200-1220 Brainstorming in small groups

1220-1240 Reconvene for discussion

1240 – 1330 Lunch
Date: 20 June 2023, 13:00 (Tuesday, 9th week, Trinity 2023)
Venue: St Anne's College, Woodstock Road OX2 6HS
Venue Details: Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre
Speaker: Various Speakers
Organising department: Department of Economics
Organisers: Severine Toussaert (University of Oxford), Meg Meyer (University of Oxford)
Part of: Economics Research Jamboree
Booking required?: Required
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Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Emma Heritage