ESA-announce Mini Course Behavioral Economics Uri Gneezy University of Amsterdam
We gladly announce a mini-course on Behavioral Economics that will be taught by Uri Gneezy on April 24-25 at the University of Amsterdam. We can allow for only a limited number of participants so please contact us as soon as possible if you are interested in attending. Both days Uri will teach from 9-12 and 14-17 hours. Below you will find a description of the course.
If you want to follow this course or want more information, please send an email to: secretariaat-ase.
Outline for a mini-course, Amsterdam April 2013
April 24 morning: Part 1: Incentives and Behavior Change
1. Gneezy, U. S. Meier and P. Rey-Biel (2011) "When and Why Incentives (Don’t) Work to Modify Behavior." Journal of Economic Perspectives, 25, 4, 191-210. http://rady.ucsd.edu/faculty/directory/gneezy/pub/docs/jep_published.pdf
2. Charness, G. and U. Gneezy “Incentives to Exercise.” Econometrica, 2009, 77 (3), 909-931.
April 24 afternoon: Part 2: Gender Differences
1. Croson, R. and Gneezy, U. (2009) “Gender Differences in Preferences,” Journal of Economic Literature, 47 (2), 1-27.
2. Gneezy, U. and A. Pietrasz “When half of the men are more competitive than all women” (attached)
April 25 morning: Part 3: Experimentation in Firms
1. Gneezy, A., U. Gneezy, LD Nelson and A. Brow (2010) "Shared social responsibility: A field experiment in Pay-What-You-Want pricing and charitable giving," Science, 329, 5989, 325-327. http://www.sciencemag.org/content/329/5989/325.full
April 25 Afternoon Part 4: Deception, bribery and other moral questions
1. Erat, S. and U. Gneezy (2011) "White Lies." Management Science.
2. Gneezy, U. S. Saccardo and R. van Veldhuizen Bribery m(2013) “Bribery: Greed versus reciprocity.”