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Topics in Management and Applied Microeconomics - Jan 13, 2016

In this course I will discuss techniques of experimental economics and illustrate design and methodological issues in discussing recent topics in behavioral economics. The suggested topics are listed below and include (1) an introduction to lab experiments, potential objections against lab evidence, generalizability and experimental methods, (2) morality, (3) formation of preferences and personality, (4) measuring preferences on a global scale; cultural economics and long-term development. Additional possible topics include psychology of incentives, reference dependent preferences and liberal paternalism. Participants are also invited to suggest topics. In addition to discussing design choices I will highlight the benefits of combining different data sets (survey and experiments), how to run experiments with children and in representative samples, and how to validate survey measures with experiments. Conditional on interest, I will comment on publication strategies and on how to respond to referee comments using examples. In terms of procedures, the course will be a mixture of presentation and discussion.

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2nd Early Career Behavioral Economics Conference - Jun 24/25, 2016

Following the success of the ECBE Conference 2015, which was generously sponsored by the Russell Sage Foundation, we are now happy to announce that the 2nd Early Career Behavioral Economics Conference will take place in Bonn on the 24-25 June 2016. The conference will be hosted and generously sponsored by the newly founded Behavior and Inequality Research Institute.

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Summer School on Socioeconomic Inequality Bonn - Aug 29 until Sep 02, 2016

The 2016 Human Capital and Economic Opportunity Global Working Group Summer Schools on Socioeconomic Inequality will provide a state-of-the-art overview on the study of inequality and human flourishing. Participants will learn about the integration between psychological and sociological insights into the foundations of human behavior and conventional economic models. Through rigorous lectures students will be trained on various tools needed to study the issue of inequality. The conference will be hosted by the newly founded Behavior and Inequality Research Institute.

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Seminar: Risk-Taking - Jul 17, 2014

Sarah Rudorf (University of Bonn, CENs)

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Seminar: Introduction to EEG - Jul 01, 2014

Luca Pogoda (University of Bonn, CENs)

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Topics in Management and Applied Microeconomics - Dec 04, 2015

In this course I will discuss techniques of experimental economics and illustrate design and methodological issues in discussing recent topics in behavioral economics. The suggested topics are listed below and include (1) an introduction to lab experiments, potential objections against lab evidence, generalizability and experimental methods, (2) morality, (3) formation of preferences and personality, (4) measuring preferences on a global scale; cultural economics and long-term development. Additional possible topics include psychology of incentives, reference dependent preferences and liberal paternalism. Participants are also invited to suggest topics. In addition to discussing design choices I will highlight the benefits of combining different data sets (survey and experiments), how to run experiments with children and in representative samples, and how to validate survey measures with experiments. Conditional on interest, I will comment on publication strategies and on how to respond to referee comments using examples. In terms of procedures, the course will be a mixture of presentation and discussion.

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Topics in Management and Applied Microeconomics - Dec 17, 2015

In this course I will discuss techniques of experimental economics and illustrate design and methodological issues in discussing recent topics in behavioral economics. The suggested topics are listed below and include (1) an introduction to lab experiments, potential objections against lab evidence, generalizability and experimental methods, (2) morality, (3) formation of preferences and personality, (4) measuring preferences on a global scale; cultural economics and long-term development. Additional possible topics include psychology of incentives, reference dependent preferences and liberal paternalism. Participants are also invited to suggest topics. In addition to discussing design choices I will highlight the benefits of combining different data sets (survey and experiments), how to run experiments with children and in representative samples, and how to validate survey measures with experiments. Conditional on interest, I will comment on publication strategies and on how to respond to referee comments using examples. In terms of procedures, the course will be a mixture of presentation and discussion.

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Topics in Management and Applied Microeconomics - Feb 23, 2016

In this course I will discuss techniques of experimental economics and illustrate design and methodological issues in discussing recent topics in behavioral economics. The suggested topics are listed below and include (1) an introduction to lab experiments, potential objections against lab evidence, generalizability and experimental methods, (2) morality, (3) formation of preferences and personality, (4) measuring preferences on a global scale; cultural economics and long-term development. Additional possible topics include psychology of incentives, reference dependent preferences and liberal paternalism. Participants are also invited to suggest topics. In addition to discussing design choices I will highlight the benefits of combining different data sets (survey and experiments), how to run experiments with children and in representative samples, and how to validate survey measures with experiments. Conditional on interest, I will comment on publication strategies and on how to respond to referee comments using examples. In terms of procedures, the course will be a mixture of presentation and discussion.

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Discussion: Die Zukunft der Universität - DENKANSTÖSSE - Die Öffentlichkeit der Wissenschaft - May 15, 2012

Die Öffentlichkeit der Wissenschaft: An wen richten wir uns, wenn wir die ‚Öffentlichkeit’ adressieren? Und was fordert die Gesellschaft an öffentlichen Engagement von der Wissenschaft ein? Ist ‚Öffentlichkeit’ nicht längst zerfallen und ist ‚Wissenschaft’ nicht ein so viel gestaltiges Gewebe, dass es sich verbietet von der Öffentlichkeit zu sprechen? Von welchen Fiktionen gehen wir also aus und welche Kommunikationspolitiken sind in ihnen begründet? Es diskutieren: Dr. David Eisermann - Moderator/WDR 3 Mosaik, PD Dr. habil. Lutz Hachmeister - Hochschullehrer für Journalistik, Sachbuchautor u. Filmproduzent, Prof. Dr. Armin Falk - Direktor des Center of Economics and Neuroscience (CENs), Dr. Andrea Niehaus - Leiterin des Deutschen Museums Bonn, Prof. Dr. Jürgen Fohrmann - Rektor der Universität Bonn. Zu dieser Veranstaltung in der Reihe „Zukunft der Universität – DENKANSTÖSSE-" am Dienstag, den 15. Mai 2012, 18.15 Uhr, Festsaal der Universität, lade ich Sie herzlich ein. Auf Ihr Kommen freut sich der Sie freundlichst grüssende Prof. Dr. Jürgen Fohrmann - Rektor der Universität Bonn

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Personalversammlung - May 10, 2011

Fairer Umgang und Motivation - Ein Vortrag von Prof. Dr. Armin Falk

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Public Event: 8. Bonner Wissenschaftsnacht "LebensWelten" - Jun 14/15, 2012

Am 14. und 15. Juni 2012 findet die 8. Bonner Wissenschaftsnacht statt. Die diesjährige Wissenschaftsnacht steht unter dem Motto LebensWelten und befasst sich mit dem Thema Nachhaltigkeit in Gesellschaft, Ökonomie und Umwelt. Die Wissenschaftsnacht orientiert sich damit auch am Thema des Wissenschaftsjahres 2012 "Zukunftsprojekt Erde" des Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung. Als Veranstaltungs- und Ausstellungsbereiche stehen der Münsterplatz und das Hauptgebäude der Universität Bonn, das Bonner Münster sowie die o.g. Museen zur Verfügung. Sie bieten Raum für Forschungspräsentationen, Diskussionsrunden und Ausstellungen. Die Wissenschaftsnacht wird gemeinsam organisiert und finanziert von: Stadt Bonn, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, Kreis Ahrweiler, Universität Bonn, Deutsches Museum Bonn und Wissenschaftszentrum Bonn.

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Ringvorlesung: Alles geschenkt?! - Jun 10, 2013

Ringvorlesung vom 15. April bis 17. Juni 2013 zur ökonomischen-psychologischen-philosophischen Bedeutung von Schenken und Spenden

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Semimar: A Taste for Consistency - May 30, 2012

Dr. Konstanze Albrecht (University of Bonn)

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Seminar: Cheating for our loved ones - Feb 06, 2013

Shaul Shalvi (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)

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Seminar: "Comparison-concave and -convex utility: An fMRI investigation" - Jul 11, 2012

Sabrina Strang (University of Bonn), joint work with Armin Falk and Andrew Oswald

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Seminar: Correlation Neglect in Belief Formation - Jun 13, 2012

Florian Zimmermann (BGSE) (joint work with Benjamin Enke)

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Seminar: Economics for Neuroscientists - Nov 16, 2011

Matthias Wibral, Benjamin Enke, Gert Pönitzsch and Frederik Schwerter (University of Bonn)

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Seminar: "Heterogenous framing effects in dictator games" - Sep 12, 2012

Sabrina Strang (CENs) and Verena Utikal (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg)

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Seminar: Honest and Fake Apologies - May 22, 2013

Prof. Dr. Verena Utikal (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)

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Seminar: Multisensory objects in the human brain - May 16, 2012

Dr. Marcus Naumer (Crossmodal Object Imaging Lab, Institute of Medical Psychology, Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main)

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