1. Cologne Workshop for Experimental Economic Research
Fellows Prof. Dr. Axel Ockenfels
Description The two-day workshop will take place due to the opening of the Cologne Laboratory for Economic Research and act as an internationally visible signal of the development of a new experimental empirical research in Cologne. In particular, the workshop will deal with the planned key themes of the soon-to-be opened laboratory. International scientists and experts are to be invited. By participating in the workshop, academics and students of the Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences at the University at Cologne will be able to gain an insight into the methods and themes of experimental economic research, as well as to inspire them to come up with new research ideas. Presentations and discussion regarding four key themes are planned, which can be divided into theory (a,b) and applied (c,d) areas:
  1. Bounded rationality
  2. Social preferences
  3. Design of institutions and organizations
  4. Design of market and negotiation rules
Funding The workshop is funded by means from the Centre for Empirical Economic and Social Research..
Location and Date Thursday, 26.04.2005 till Saturday, 28.05.2005 at Maternushaus of cologne archbishopric (Kardinal-Frings-Str. 1-3, 50668 Cologne)
Programme

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Name Time and Date Lecturer Keywords
Sitzung 1a - Behavioral Finance 26.05.2005 14:30-16:00 Gerlinde Fellner,
Andreas Schröder,
Frank Welfens
Behavioral Finance, behavioural game theory, coordination games, gain-and-loss experiences, Investment Decisions, risk dominance, Transaktionsverhalten von Privatinvestoren; Nachkaufverhalten
Sitzung 1b - Cooperation
26.05.2005 14:30-16:00 Benedikt Herrmann,
Luis Gerardo Gonzalez Morales,
Abdolkarim Sadrieh
corruption, dynamic public goods, growth, inequality, intentions, Public Goods, Random Utility, Social norms; Cooperation; Punishment, Social Preferences, weak institutions
Sitzung 2a - Markets and Voting
26.05.2005 16:30-18:00 Bodo Sturm,
Andreas Nicklisch,
Jens Grosser
Cournot market, Double Auction, dynamic efficiency, emission regulation, Emissions Trading, experiment, learning, Market Power, voting
Sitzung 2b - Learning and Education
26.05.2005 16:30-18:00 Annamaria Fiore,
Andrea Morone,
Vera Hofer
Educational Effects, Experimental Economics, Herd Behaviour, Informational Cascades, Informational Externality, Learning; Anomaly; Individual decision making., Management Game
Plenarsitzung A
26.05.2005 18:15-19:15 Arthur Schram Experiment, Voting
Sitzung 3a - Auctions I
27.05.2005 09:00-10:30 Sascha Füllbrunn,
J. Philipp Reiß,
Susanne Büchner
auctions, Corruption, electronic markets, Experiment, Outside Options, Public Procurement, SIPV Auctions, termination rules
Sitzung 3b - Punishment
27.05.2005 09:00-10:30 Franz Gresser,
Özgür Gürerk,
Stefan Grosse
Altruistisches Bestrafen, public goods, punishment, punishment rules, rewards
Sitzung 4a - Auctions II
27.05.2005 11:00-12:30 Tim Hoppe,
Oliver Kirchkamp,
Radosveta Ivanova-Stenzel
ascending auctions, Auction, bidder preferences, Confederate Bid, Experiments, Internet Fraud, Overbidding, private values, Reserve Price, sealed bid auctions
Sitzung 4b - Bargaining and Preferences
27.05.2005 11:00-12:30 Henner Gimpel,
Sven Fischer,
Andreas Ortmann
Adaptation of Preferences, Bargaining, Bilateral Bargaining, dictator game, Endowment Effect, fairness, inequity aversion, risk aversion, trust game. risk, ultimatum game
Sitzung 5a - Internet Markets
27.05.2005 14:00-15:30 Miriam Mezger,
Stefan Seifert,
Axel Ockenfels
Auktionen, convergence to equilibrium, coordination games, eBay, field study, Hybride Bietverfahren, Internetauktionen, internet listings, pricing schemes, SofortKaufen
Sitzung 5b - Bounded Rationality
27.05.2005 14:00-15:30 Reinhard Tietz,
Robin Pope,
Johannes Leitner
ability to commit, ability to efficiently intertemporally allocate consumption, Anspruchsniveau, blame, experiments, forecasts, Gleichgewicht, heuristics, individual differences, Komplexität, secondary satisfactions of anticipating worry, stages of knowledge, thrills, Verhandlung, \\\\
Sitzung 6a - Managerial Decision Making
27.05.2005 16:00-17:30 Josef Neuert,
Mathias Erlei,
Dietmar Grichnik
decision making behaviour, decision making efficiency, ecological rationality, Endogene Verfügungsrechte, Entrepreneurship; Innovative Ventures; National Context; Decision Making; Risk Taking, Hold-up, ratoinal conduct
Sitzung 6b - Altruism, Solidarity, Bounded Rationality
27.05.2005 16:00-17:30 Detlef Fetchenhauer,
Ben Greiner,
Werner Güth
(Un)Bounded Rationality, altruist detection, Decision making, dictator games, helping, solidarity
Plenarsitzung B
27.05.2005 17:45-18:45 Jordi Brandts Electric Power Markets, Experiments, Market Power, Pivotal Suppliers
Sitzung 7a - Communication and Bargaining
28.05.2005 09:00-10:30 Hong Geng,
Torsten Weiland,
Jeannette Brosig
cheap talk, communication, decision making, dictatorgame, endogenous group formation, higher order beliefs, imagination levels, public good, public goods, ultimatum bargaining experiment, ultimatum game
Sitzung 7b - Incentives and Crowding Out I
28.05.2005 09:00-10:00 Dirk Engelmann,
Bernd Irlenbusch
Experiment, Hidden Action, Incentives, Labor Markets, Minimum Wages, Reciprocity, Reputation, Social Norms
Sitzung 8a - Gender and Framing
28.05.2005 11:00-12:30 Jonathan Tan,
Dorothea Kübler,
Heike Hennig-Schmidt
context, cooperation, framing, gender, personality, public good, public goods, team incentives, tournaments
Sitzung 8b - Incentives and Crowding Out II
28.05.2005 11:00-12:00 Gabriele K. Ruchala,
Alwine Mohnen
Bonus Pools, fixed wage, incentives, loss aversion, Personnel Economics, real effort experiment, reference dependency, Team Incentives, Tournaments