Experimental Brownbag – Research Seminar in the Experimental Social Sciences and Humanities
The seminar is for faculty interested in experimental research in social sciences and humanities. The one hour seminar is held on an on-demand basis in weekly turns starting Wednesday 22nd of February at 1:15 pm. The aim of the seminar is to establish a research and networking platform for researchers conducting social science experiments at ETH and to offer an outlet to present designs for laboratory and field experiments before data collection. Presentations of first study results and working papers are also welcome.
If you are interested in presenting in the seminar, please contact Jan Schmitz (), and state your preferred date of presentation, the title of the presentation and whether the presentation is a design presentation or a full paper presentation. If you are interested in getting information about the seminar frequently please fill out the form for the mailing list at https://www.descil.ethz.ch/brownbag.
- When? Wednesdays from 13:15 to 14:15, starting from the 22nd of February.
- Where? IFW Building, room C 33
- Organizers? J. Schmitz, M. Grieder, C. Hölscher, M. W. Schonger, R. Schubert, C. Waibel, S. Wehrli
|22.02.2017||Theft versus Intellectual Property Infringement: Experimental Evidence on Intrinsic Adherence to Norms Protecting Property Rights||
Center for Law & Economics, ETH
|01.03.2017||Active Through Incentive Mechanisms: The "AIM-Study" - A new approach to encourage physically inactive people to move||
Chair of Public Economics, ETH
|08.03.2017||Say it right. Communicating aid effectiveness to private donors.||
Chair of Development Economics, ETH
Chair of Energy and Public Economics, ETH
|22.03.2017||Professional Identity and the Gender Gap in Risk-Taking. Evidence from a Field Experiment with Scientists||
Chair of Macroeconomics: Innovation and Policy, ETH
|12.04.2017||The limits of communication - Incomplete Contracting under Uncertainty||
Chair of Economics, ETH
||Social Value Orientation: Online and Laboratory Studies||
Chair of Sociology, DeSciL, ETH
Chair of Cognitive Science, ETH
|24.05.2017||Trust, Traumatization, and Risk-Taking of Refugees in Germany: A Field-Experiment||
Zentrum für wirtschaftspolitische Forschung, HTW Chur
Contact: Dr. Jan Schmitz, e-mail: , phone: +41 44 632 41 83