Day: 6/22/2009

13:30 - 14:15   Registration
14:15 - 14:30   Opening Session
14:30 - 15:30   Keynote Speech Charles R. PLOTT (California Institute of Technology): The Design, Testing and Implementation of Environmental Policies: The Native Vegetation Exchange
Location: Lecture Hall
15:30 - 16:00   Break
16:00 - 18:15
Session A1 Non-Profit OrganizationLocation: Room F08
Wendelin Schnedler (Mannheim University)
Non-profit organizations in a bureaucratic environment
John Duffy (University of Pittsburgh)
Tatiana Kornienko (University of Edinburgh)
Does competition affect giving?
Richard C Cornes (Australian National University)
Emilson C. D. Silva (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Multi-prestige clubs
Session B1 VotingLocation: Room F106
Giuseppe Attanasi (Toulouse School of Economics)
Luca Corazzini (University of Padua (Italy))
Francesco Passarelli (University of Teramo (Italy) and Bocconi University, Milan (Italy))
Voting as a lottery
Eléna Panova (Université du Québec)
Informative campaign promises
Arne Robert Weiss (University of Erfurt)
The economic virtues of voting – how political competition limits confiscatory behaviour
19:30 -    Dinner
Day: 6/23/2009

8:30 - 9:00   Welcome and coffee
9:00 - 10:30
Parallel session
Session A2 Punishment(I)Location: Room F08
Fangfang Tan (Department of Economics, Tilburg University)
Charles Noussair (Department of Economics, Tilburg University)
Voting on punishment systems within a heterogeneous group
Irenaeus Wolff (University of Erfurt)
Why people may not punish defectors - does punishment still stabilise cooperation when counterpunishment is an option?
Session B2 Auctions(I)Location: Room F106
Seda Ertac (Koc University)
Ali Hortacsu (University of Chicago)
James Roberts (Northwestern University)
An experimental study of information, self-selection and bidding in first- and second-price auctions
Arnaud Dragicevic AZD (Ecole Polytechnique, Département d''''''''Economie)
Endogenous Market-Clearing Prices and Affiliation of Values in Repeated-Round Auctions
10:30 - 11:00   Break
11:00 - 12:30
Parallel session
Session A3 Social NormsLocation: Room F08
Tomomi Tanaka (Arizona State University)
Colin Camerer (California Institute of Technology)
Quang Nguyen (GATE, University of Lyon 2)
Measuring norms of redistributive transfers: trust experiments and survey data from vietnam
Sebastian Kube (University of Bonn)
Christian Traxler (Max Planck Institute, Bonn)
The interaction of legal and social norm enforcement
Session B3 Foundations of Public Good GamesLocation: Room F106
Daniele Nosenzo (School Of Economics, University of Nottingham)
Martin Sefton (School Of Economics, University of Nottingham)
Endogenous move structure and voluntary provision of public goods: theory and experiment
Ian Krajbich (Caltech)
Colin Camerer (Caltech)
John Ledyard (Caltech)
Antonio Rangel (Caltech)
Neural mechanism design: using neuroscience technology to solve the free-rider problem
12:30 - 14:00   Lunch
14:00 - 15:30
Parallel session
Session A4 Punishment(II)Location: Room F08
Dirk Engelmann (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Nikos Nikiforakis (University of Melbourne)
Feuds in the laboratory? a social dilemma experiment
David Masclet (CREM, Faculté de Sciences Economiques)
Charles Noussair (Tilburg University)
Marie-Claire Villeval (Gate)
Threat and punishment in public good experiments
Session B4 Preferences ElicitationLocation: Room F106
Stéphane Luchini (GREQAM, CNRS)
Nicolas Jacquemet (University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne)
Robert-Vincent Joule (LPS, Université De Provence)
Jason F. Shogren (Univertsity of Wyoming)
Preference elicitation under oath
Chris Anderson (University of Rhode Island)
Stephen Swallow (University of Rhode Island)
Emi Uchida (University of Rhode Island)
Establishing a market for ecosystem services: a field experiment comparing mechanisms for eliciting demand for public goods
15:30 - 16:00   Break
16:00 - 17:30
Parallel session
Session A5 Paradoxes in TransportationLocation: Room F08
Gerd Meinhold (TU Chemnitz)
Michael Pickhardt (University of Muenster)
Road pricing and access burden avoidance: evidence from an experiment with braess''s paradox
Laurent Denant-boemont (Université de Rennes 1)
Sabrina Hammiche (Université Rennes 1)
Public transit capacity and users. transport choice: an experiment about Downs-Thomson paradox
Session B5 Auctions(II) Location: Room F106
Jean-louis Rullière (GATE, université Lyon 2)
Florence Naegelen (Université de Franche-Comté)
Collusion between communication and Spot Market : a field experiment on Auctions for CO2 permits
Olivier Armantier (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
Charles Holt (University of Virginia)
Charles Plott (Caltec)
The bailout auction. how to purchase heterogenous “toxic” assets.
17:30 - 17:45   Break
17:45 - 18:45   Keynote Speech John LIST (University of Chicago): Using Field Experiments in Public Economics
Location: Lecture Hall
20:00 -    Dinner
Day: 6/24/2009

8:30 - 9:00   Welcome and coffee
9:00 - 10:30
Parallel Session
Session A6 Mechanism Design and ContractsLocation: Room F08
Lauri Sääksvuori (Max Planck Institute of Economics)
The emergence of impersonal exchange and contract enforcing institutions
Paul Healy (The Ohio State University)
Laurent Mathevet (U. Texas - Austin)
Designing stable mechanisms for economic environments
Session B6 Altruism and Collective ActionLocation: Room F106
Antonio J. Morales (University of Malaga and LINEEX)
Enrique Fatas (University of Valencia)
Strategic altruism
Nathalie Colombier (CREM-Université Rennes1)
David Masclet (CREM, Faculté de Sciences Economiques)
Daniel Mirza (GERCIE-Université François Rabelais de Tours)
Claude Montmarquette (Cirano-University Montreal)
Deterring terrorism: an experimental approach of collective actions against globalized terrorism
10:30 - 11:00   Break
11:00 - 12:30
Session A7 InequalityLocation: Room F08
Ed Hopkins (University of Edinburgh)
Which inequality? the inequality of endowments versus the inequality of rewards
Alain Trannoy (GREQAM-IDEP)
Pierre-henri Bono (GREQAM-IDEP)
Olivier Chanel (GREQAM-IDEP)
Stephane Luchini (GREQAM-IDEP)
Miriam Teschl (GREQAM-IDEP)
Option Luck versus Brute Luck: Dworkin is Right. Lessons from a Lab Experiment
12:30 - 14:00   Lunch