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HeiKaMaX Workshops

HeiKaMaX is a biannual one-day workshop that brings together experimental economists from the region (University of Heidelberg, University of Mannheim, KIT Karlsruhe, and others).

17th HeiKaMaX Workshop

14 October 2022, KIT Karlsruhe

Program:

10:00 Paul M. Gorny (KIT): He, She, They? The impact of gendered language on economic behavior (with: Petra Nieken and Karoline Ströhlein)

10:45 Coffee Break

11:00 Christiane Schwieren (HD): Gender differences in the willingness to compete against a standard (with Maria Cubel, Santiago Sanchez‐Pages, Cosima‐Valerie Steck)

11:45 Wladislaw Mill (MA): War time military service increases religiosity

14:00 Peter Dürsch (MA): Choice under uncertainty and cognitive load 14:45 Coffee break

15:00 Hannes Rau (KIT): Modern Slavery: Beliefs and Reality (with: Nora Szech)

15:45 Henrik Orzen (MA): The inefficiency of efficient breach: An experiment on contract renegotiation under asymmetric information

16:30 Coffee Break

16:45 Theo Alysandratos (HD): Identify the Expert: an Experimental Study in Economic Advice (with: Aristotelis Boukouras, Sotiris Georganas, Zacharias Maniadis)

17:30 Nora Szech (KIT): AI and Moral Behavior (with Nicola Hüholt und Benjamin Scheibehenne)

18:15 End of academic program

Past Workshops

16th HeiKaMax Workshop

29 November 2019, University of Mannheim

Program:

11:00  Nicolas  Fugger  (ZEW):  Social  Norms  and  Market  Behavior  –  Evidence  from  a   Large  Population  Sample  (with  Tobias  Riehm,  Philippe  Gillen,  Vitali  Gretschko   and  Peter  Werner)

11:45  Christiane  Schwieren  (HD):  Cooperation  in  a  Company     12:30  Lunch  at  local  restaurants  (at  own  expense)

14:00  Wladislaw  Mill  (MA):  The  Bright  Side  of  Tax  Evasion  (with  Cornelius  Schneider)

14:45  Coffee  break

15:00  Christopher  Kops  and  Illia  Pasichnichenko  (HD):  The  Value  of  Partial  Information

15:45  Jörg  Oechssler  (HD):  The  Binary  Lottery  Procedure  does  not  Induce  Risk   Neutrality  in  the  Holt  and  Laury  and  Eckel  and  Grossman  Tasks  (with  Oliver   Kirchkamp  and  Andis  Sofianos)

16 :30  Coffee  break

16: 45  Ann-­Katrin  Hanke  (KA):  Auctions  with  endogenous  rationing  –  An  experimental   study  (with  Verena  Dorner  and  Karl-­Martin  Ehrhart)

17:30  End  of  academic  program

15th HeiKaMax Workshop

10 April 2019, University of Heidelberg

Program:

10:30     Andis Sofianos (Heidelberg): “How Intelligent Players Teach Cooperation” (with Eugenio Proto and Aldo Rustichini)

11:15     Vitali Gretschko (ZEW): “You know me – Endogenous favoritism in procurement” (with Nicolas Fugger and Matthias Praxmarer)

12:00     Lunch at local restaurants (at own expense)

13:30     Simon Dato (Bonn, visiting KIT): Lying and Reciprocity (with Petra Nieken and Eberhard Fees)

14:15     Robert Schmidt (Heidelberg): Using Coordination Games as a Crowd Wisdom Device

15:00     Coffee break

15:15     Jan Kreiß (KIT): Multi-unit common value procurement auctions – theoretical and experimental analysis (with Karl-Martin Ehrhart)

16:00     Christian König-Kersting (Heidelberg):  “Investing for Others: Principals’ vs. Agents’ Preferences” (with Luisa Kling and Stefan T. Trautmann)

16:45     Coffee break

17:00     Duk Gyoo Kim (Mannheim): ” Penalty Lottery”

17:45     End of academic program

14th HeiKaMax Workshop

10 October 2018, KIT Karlsruhe

Program:

10:30 Coffee + Brezel

11:00 Jörg Oechssler (Heidelberg): The conditional contribution mechanism: The general case (Andreas Reischmann and Andis Sofianos)

11:45 Anke Greif-Winzrieth (KIT): Feeling the Pain of Climate Change: An Experimental  Study on the Short- and Long-Term Effects of Virtual Reality on Pro-Environmental Behavior

12:30 Lunch

14:30 Andis Sofianos (Heidelberg): Elicitation of preferences and beliefs in light of unexpected information

(joint with Eugenio Proto and Aldo Rustichini)

15:15 Coffee break

15:45 Arjun Sengupta (Heidelberg): Teams Promise But Do Not Deliver

16:30 Nora Szech (KIT): The (In)Elasticity of Moral Ignorance

(joint with Marta Serra-Garcia)

17:15 End of academic program

13th HeiKaMax Workshop

18 May 2018, University of Mannheim

Program:

10:00 Christian Koenig gen. Kersting (HD): Active vs. Passive Risk Taking (with Anna Merkel)

10:45 Coffee break

11:00 Jana Rollmann (KIT): Impact and Participation: A Field Experiment on Voting over Resource Allocation (with Clemens Puppe)

11:45 Christoph Feldhaus (Münster): Are groups more likely to do what `one is ought to do’ and do they affect their members’ subsequent individual behavior? (with Philipp Dörrenberg)

12:30 Lunch at local restaurants (at own expense)

14:00 Holger Rau (MA): Betrayal Aversion and the Effectiveness of Incentive Contracts

14:45 Coffee break

15:00 Nora Szech (KA): Information Design and Self Control

15:45 Duk Gyoo Kim (MA): Mixing Propensity and Strategic Decision Making

16:30 Coffee break

16:45 Philippe Gillen (ZEW): First-Price Auction Design with Loss Averse Bidders (with Nicolas Fugger and Tobias Riehm)

17:30 Yilong Xu (HD): Nonspeculative Bubbles Revisited and the Role of Cognitive Efficiency (with Steven Tucker)

18:15 End of academic program

12th HeiKaMax Workshop

27 October 2017, University of Heidelberg

Program:

10:00     Liza Charroin (HD): “Peer effects on performance and cheating: an experiment on the self-selection effect”

10:45     Coffee break

11:00     Marco Lambrecht (HD): “Measuring skill and chance in games”

11:45     Coffee break

12:00     Peter Dürsch (MA): “Hot Hand in Online Games”

12:45     Lunch at local restaurants (at own expense)

14:15     Marcel Preuß (Uni Mannheim): “Heterogeneous Fairness Views”

15:00     Coffee break

15:15     Timo Goeschl (HD): ‘Social distance and inter-charity competition’ (joint with C., Gallier, J. Lohse, C. Reif, D. Römer)

16:00     Coffee break

16:15     Jörg Oechssler (HD): “Copy Trading”

17:00     Coffee break

17:15     Philipp Reiss (KIT): “Destruction behavior: The effect of provision cost variation and the relation to (non-)cooperation preferences”

18:00     End of academic program

11th HeiKaMax Workshop

31 march 2017, KIT Karlsruhe

Program:

10:15 Jannis Engel (KIT): A Little Good is Good Enough: Ethical Consumption, Cheap Excuses, and Moral Self-Licensing (joint with Nora Szech)

11:00 Coffee break

11:15 Robert Schmidt (Heidelberg): Implementing Fair Procedures? (joint with Stefan Trautmann)

12:00 Andreas Landmann (Paris/PSE): Local Leaders and Pro-social Behavior: The Effect of Becoming Elected (joint with Björn Vollan)

12:45 Lunch

14:15 Leonie Fütterer (KIT): Gender, Context and the Adequate Wage (joint with Nora Szech)

15:00 Holger Rau (Mannheim/Göttingen): Unjustified Work Compensation and Antisocial Behavior

(joint with Kerstin Grosch)

15:45 Coffee break

16:15 Petra Nieken (KIT): Bad boys, good girls?! – what causes the gender gap in sabotage?

(joint with Simon Dato)

17:00 Philipp Reiss (KIT): Opportunity Cost, Inattention and the Bidder’s Curse (joint with Dave Freeman and Erik Kimbrough)

17:45 End of academic program

10th HeiKaMax Workshop

18 November 2016, ZEW Mannheim

Program:

10:00   Anna Merkel (Heidelberg), Legislative Bargaining with Subjective Claims (with Christoph Vanberg)

10:45   Coffee break

11:00   Stefan Penczynski (Mannheim), Disclosure of Verifiable Information under Competition: An Experimental Study (with Sihong Zhang)

11:45   Petra Nieken (Karlsruhe), Always expect the worse!? The Impact of Information Policy on the Gender Gap in Sabotage Decisions in Tournaments (with Simon Dato)

12:30   Lunch in the surroundings (at own expense)

14:00   Katharina Momsen (Mannheim), The Effects of Information and Communication in Posted Offer Markets: An Experiment

14:45   Heiko Karle (Frankfurt School), Student Performance and Loss Aversion (with Martin Peitz and Dirk Engelmann)

15:30   Coffee break

16:00   Carlo Gallier (ZEW), Keeping it Local? An Inter-Neighborhood Experiment on Parochialism and the Efficiency of Multi-Level Public Goods Provision (with Timo Goeschl, Martin Kesternich, Johannes Lohse, Christiane Reif, Daniel Römer)

16:45   Jörg Oechssler (Heidelberg), Hedging and Ambiguity (with Alex Roomets)

17:30   End of academic program

9th HeiKaMax Workshop

12 April 2016 University of Heidelberg

Program:

10:00     Jana Rollmann (KIT): Mean vs. Median-Based Voting in Multi-Dimensional Allocation Problems

10:45     Coffee break

11:00     Gert Pönitzsch (HD): “Group vs. Individual Contributions to a Public Good: Evidence from a Framed Field Experiment”

11:45     Christian König-Kersting (HD): Good decision vs. good results: Outcome bias in the evaluation of financial agents (with Monique Pollmann, Jan Potters, and Stefan Trautmann)

12:30     Lunch at local restaurants (at own expense)

14:00     Dietmar Fehr / Stefan Trautmann (HD): “Inequality, unfairness, the rich, the poor, and social capital”

14:45     Nora Szech (KIT): In My Backyard? Causal Effects of Physical Distance on Cooperativeness (with Leonie Fütterer)

15:30     Coffee break

16:00     Martin Kesternich (ZEW): The Power of Active Choice: Field Experimental Evidence on Repeated Contribution Decisions to a Carbon Offsetting Program (joint work with D. Römer and F. Flues)

16:45     Sihong Zhang (U Mannheim): Procrastination and Long-term Team Effort

17:30     End of academic program

8th HeiKaMax Workshop

24 April 2015, KIT Karlsruhe

Program:

10:15   Christoph Vanberg (Heidelberg): Who never tells a lie?

11:00   Coffee break

11:15   Matej Belica (KIT): Non-binding Award in Multi-unit Auctions with Single-unit Demand (joint with Karl-Martin Ehrhart and Marie-Christin Haufe)

12:00   Philipp Reiss (KIT): Could we overcome the Winner’s Curse by (behavioral) auction design? (joint with Dan Levin)

12:45   Lunch

14:15   Peter Dürsch (Heidelberg): Executive Regulation of Economic Decision Making in Schizophrenia (joint with Daniel Holt and Katlehn Baum)

15:00   Nora Szech (KIT): Institutions, Shared Guilt, and Moral Transgression (joint with: Dominik Rothenhäusler and Nikolaus Schweizer)

15:45   Coffee break

16:15   Paul Gortner (Frankfurt): Peer Effects and Risk Sharing in Experimental Asset Markets (joint with Sascha Baghestanian and Joel van der Weele)

17:00   Andreas Landmann (Mannheim): Village leadership and solidarity: How pro-social behavior changes with becoming elected (joint with Björn Vollan)

17:45   End of academic program

7th HeiKaMax Workshop

28 November 2014, University of Mannheim

Program:

10.00 Gerhard Riener (Mannheim), Focusing vs. relative thinking: an experimental

assessment (with Markus Dertwinkel-Kalt)

10.45 Coffee break

11.00 Christoph Brunner (Heidelberg), Is subject behavior consistent with the Nash

equilibrium when preferences are common knowledge? (with Florian Kauffeld and

Hannes Rau)

11.45 J. Philipp Reiss (Karlsruhe), Behavioral Variation in Tullock Contests (with

Aidas Masiliunas and Friederike Mengel)

12.30 Lunch in the surroundings (at own expense)

14.00 Sascha Baghestanian (Frankfurt), Prior Outcomes and Instability in

Experimental Credit Markets (with Ferdinand von Siemens and Baptiste Massenot)

14.45 Dietmar Fehr (WZ Berlin), Talking about others: Gossip increases Trust &

Cooperation (with Matthias Sutter)

15.30 Coffee break

16.00 Andreas Leibbrandt (Monash University visiting Heidelberg), A Natural Field

Experiment on Sabotage in the Workplace (with Jeffrey Flory and John List)

16.45 Marcus Wiens (Karlsruhe), Officer and Gentleman? An Experimental Study of

Occupational Norms and Cooperative Behaviour by the Example of Army Officers

(with Karl Morasch et al.)

17.30 End of academic program

6th HeiKaMax Workshop

11 April 2014, University of Heidelberg

Program:

10:00    Keynote: Martin Dufwenberg (Bocconi), Frustration & Anger in Games

10:45    Coffee break

11:00    Stefan Trautmann (Heidelberg): Understanding Contagious Bank Runs (with Martin Brown and Razvan Vlahu)

11:45    Christoph Merkle (Mannheim): Emotions and the Double Nature of the Disposition Effect

12:30    Lunch at local restaurants (at own expense)

14:00    Markus Fels (KIT): Limited Attention and the Demand for Health Insurance

14:45    Nora Szech (KIT): Moral Transgression in the Pursuit of Excellence (with Armin Falk)

15:30    Coffee Break

16:00    Martin Kesternich (Mannheim): The Demand for voluntary carbon offsets: Field experimental evidence from the long-distance bus market in Germany (with Andreas Löschel and Daniel Römer)

16:45    Subhasish Dugar (University of Calgary, visiting Heidelberg), Achieving Efficient Coordination Via Cheap-Talk: The Role of Incentives to Lie

17:30   End of academic program

18:30   Joint dinner, restaurant Tati, Bergheimer Straße 151

5th HeiKaMax Workshop

18 October 2013, KIT Karlsruhe

Program:

10:00     Nora Szech: Optimal Revelation of Life-Changing Information
(with Nikolaus Schweizer)

10:45     Coffee break

11:00     Philipp Schreiber: Early retirement: the influence of framing and time preferences  on the retirement decision

11:45     Christine Kaufmann: De-Biasing investors’ volatility inadaptability

12:30     Lunch

14:00     Jörg Oechssler: Imitation under Stress
(with Magdalena Buckert and Christiane Schwieren)

14:45     Thomas Eife: Price Competition in an Inflationary Environment               (with Peter Duersch)

15:30     Coffee break

16:00     Claudia Niemeyer: Risk Reduction in Experimental Games and Individual Choice
(with J. Philipp Reiss and Karim Sadrieh)

16:45     Marc Adam: An Experiment on Auction Fever
(with Jan Krämer, Marius Müller)

17:30     End of academic program

18:30     Joint dinner, restaurant Alte Bank, Herrenstraße 30, 76133 Karlsruhe

4th HeiKaMax Workshop

24 May 2013, University of Mannheim

Program:

10:00 Markus Fels: Product Lines, Product Design, and Limited Attention

10:45 coffee break

11:00 Christian Ehm:  When risk and return are not enough: the role of loss aversion in private investors’ choice of mutual fund fee structures

11:45 Philipp Schreiber: Time Inconsistent Preferences and the Annuitization Decision

12:30 lunch

13:30 Veronica Block: Nash Equlilibrium and Manipulation in a Mean Rule Experiment

14:15 Timo Hoffmann: The Effect of Belief Elicitation on Game Play

15:00 coffee break

15:30 Joel van der Weele (Frankfurt) Self-Image and Strategic Ignorance in Moral Dilemmas

16:15 Christian Koch: Does Reference Point  Formation via Contracts Lead to Wage Rigidity? Experimental Evidence

17:00 Break

17:15 Daniel Roemer: Intertemporal stability of ambiguity preferences

3rd HeiKaMax Workshop

12 October 2012, University of Heidelberg

Program:

9:30       Jana Friedrichsen (Mannheim): “Who cares for social image? Interactions between intrinsic motivation and social image concerns “

10:15     Christine  Binzel (Heidelberg) „How do Formal and Informal Institutions Influence Resource Sharing? Experimental Evidence from Village India “

11:00     Coffee break

11.30     Christiane Bradler (ZEW): “Incentives and Creativity”

12:15     Andreas Bernecker (Mannheim): “Do People Stick to Policies or Numbers? Explaining Status Quo Bias through Anchoring”

13:00     Lunch break

14:30     Alex Roomets (Heidelberg) „ A Test of the Reny-Robson Model of Mixed Strategy Play”

15:15     Christian Koch (Mannheim): “The virtue ethics hypothesis: is there a nexus between virtues and well-being?”

16:00     End

2nd HeiKaMax Workshop

13 April 2012, University of Heidelberg

Program:

10:15     Christoph Brunner (Heidelberg) „ Premium Auctions and Risk Preferences: An Experimental Study“

11:00     Stefan Penczynski (Mannheim): „A level-k model of social learning”

11:45     Coffee break

12:00     Carsten Schmidt (Mannheim): Political participation, norms of citizenship, and heterogeneous motivation ­ Experimental and survey evidence

12:45     Lunch break

14:15     Nikos Nikiforakis (MPI Bonn and Melbourne) “Coordination in games with third-party externalities”

15:00     Christoph Vanberg (Heidelberg) „Experiments on legislative bargaining“

15:45     Coffee break

16:00     Andrea Leuermann (Heidelberg) „ Does good advice come cheap? – On the assessment of risk preferences in the lab and the field”

16:45     End

1st HeiKaMax Workshop

28 October 2011, ZEW Mannheim

Program:

9:00       Jörg Oechssler (Heidelberg): Exploitation

9:45       Peter Dürsch (Heidelberg): Benevolent and Malevolent Ellsberg Urns

10:30     Coffee break

11:00     Stefan Penczynski (Mannheim): Strategic Thinking: The Influence of the Game

11:30     Dirk Engelmann (Mannheim): Forgiven and Forgotten: A Large-Scale Experiment on Trust and Reputation

12:00     Lunch break

13:00     Carsten Schmidt (Mannheim): Double or Nothing

13:30     Henrik Orzen (Mannheim): Price versus Quantity Competition – Theoretical and Experimental Investigation of Deviations from Equilibrium

14:00     End