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Plenary Sessions

Wojtek Przepiroka, Werner Raub, and Vincent Buskens (University of Utrecht)

Game theoretic approaches to social norms

Andreas Diekmann (ETH Zurich)

The importance of social preferences for the evolution and stability of institutions

Uri Gneezy (University of California, San Diego)

Incentives and behavior change

Christine Horne (Washington State University)

Sticky normative constraints: The case of bridewealth

Cristina Bicchieri (University of Pennsylvania)

I am so angry I will help you

Robert C. Ellickson (Yale Law School)

FIFA's Realm: The roles of membership associations in creating and enforcing private rules

Siegwart Lindenberg (University of Groningen)

Norms and the dynamics of shifting saliences: Experiments for microfoundations

Michael Hechter (University of Washington)

The problem of solidarity in insurgent collective action: The Nore Mutiny of 1797

Roberto Weber (University of Zurich)

Spillover Effect of Institutions on Cooperative Norms, Preferences, and Beliefs

Ryan O. Murphy (ETH Zurich)

Rationalizing cooperation: Preferences, beliefs, and mechanisms

Linda Steg (University of Groningen)

Encouraging norm conforming behaviour

Martin Dufwenberg (Bocconi University)

Frustration and anger in games

Christoph Engel (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods)

The jurisdiction of the man within

Wojtek Przepiorka (Utrecht University)

Punitive preferences, monetary incentives and tacit coordination in the punishment of defectors promote cooperation in humans

Stefanie Bailer (ETH Zurich)

Parliamentary norms: Tool of the party group leaders?

Dirk Helbing (ETH Zurich)

Cooperation, social norms, conflict and revolutions in multi-population games

Parallel Sessions

Tuesday

  Stream I (Auditorium) Stream II (Balint) 
  Communication and Conflict (S1) Leadership and Norms (S2) 
09:00-
09:20

J. Brosig-Koch: Promises and social distance in buyer-determined procurement auctions: A test with laboratory and field data

T. Jiang: Leadership in abandoning harmful social norms
09:20-
09:40 

N. Nikiforakis: Normative conflict and cooperation: A social-dilemma experiment

M. Drouvelis: Leadership and incentives in teams
09:40-
10:00 

H. Karle: The structure of negotiations: Incomplete agreements and the focusing effect 

G. d'Adda: Do leaders affect ethical conduct?

Wednesday

  Stream I (Auditorium) Stream II (Balint) 
  Field Studies I (S3)
Social Norms (S4)
09:00-
09:20

M. Maras: Holier than thou? Testing models of social information in charitable giving using a natural field experiment

G. Brown: Social norms and polarisation: A cognitive model
09:20-
09:40 

J. Berger: Social norm enforcement in the city and the train. Evidence from (quasi-) experimental field studies

E. Krupka: Social norms and identity dependent preferences

09:40-
10:00 

L. Howe: Cooperation, rewards, and sanctions in a social dilemma: Experimental evidence from Kamchatka, Russia

A. Tutic: Revealed norm obedience

10:00-
10:20
 

F. Albrecht: Individual norm-enforcement patterns 

  Stream I (Auditorium) Stream II (Balint) 
  Field Studies II (S5)
Cooperation and Volunteering (S6)
11:00-
11:20

J. Schulz: Cultural origins of cooperation

E. Gsottbauer: Could climate change liability help to strike a climate agreement? An economic experiment

11:20-
11:40 

C. Kimmich: Aligning to trust, patience, and expectations? Behavioral determinants of value chain governance in the Swiss wood sector

P. Schenk: Is consuming fair trade a matter of principle or social pressure? Explaining the influence of social and personal norms on the consumption of fair trade products

11:40-
12:00 

N. Schmitt: Social norms or income taxation: What drives a couple's labor supply? Experimental evidence

L. Metzger: Do donors care? The importance of aid effectiveness to private charitable giving. A laboratory experiment

12:00-
12:20
 

G. de Longuemar: Guilt aversion in the Volunteer's Dilemma

Thursday

  Stream I (Auditorium) Stream II (Balint) 
  Institutions and Efficiency I (S7)
Norms and Cooperation (S8)
09:00-
09:20
   
09:20-
09:40 
 

A. Vostroknutov: Norms, frames and prosocial behavior in games

09:40-
10:00 

O. Aksoy: Equal but diverse or unequal but unified? Effects of diversity and inequality on cooperation

D. Nosenzo: Norm compliance in the presence of peers
10:00-
10:20

S. Schaube: Institution formation and cooperation with heterogeneous agents

M. Greiff: How different norms influence social value orientation

  Stream I (Auditorium) Stream II (Balint) 
  Institutions and Efficiency II (S9)
Norms and Adverse Effects (S10)
11:00-
11:20
M. Mäs: The competitive advantage of wasteful cultural institutions

O. Weisel: Corrupt collaboration

11:20-
11:40 

C. Rutten: Conflict and the formation of hierarchical social structures: A game theoretic model and experimental design

H. Rauhut: Beliefs about lying and spreading of dishonesty: Undetected lies and their constructive and destructive social dynamics in dice experiments

11:40-
12:00 

S. Balietti: Dissolving the efficiencyequality tradeoff in public-goods games

S. Goerg: Norm violations and their spillovers: Exposure to tax evasion leads to theft at the workplace
12:00-
12:20

F. Dörfler: Incentive design in peer review: Rating and repeated endogenous matching

G. Andrighetto: Willing to pay: The effect of social norms and preferences in shaping tax behavior. Evidence form a behavioral experiment

Friday

  Stream I (Auditorium)
  Organization and Coordination (S11)
09:00-
09:20

J. Prüfer: Business associations, lobbying, and endogenous institutions

09:20-
09:40 

C. Snijders: Oral and written agreements in inter-organizational relations

09:40-
10:00 
A. Franzen: Does contagious yawning in humans predict prosocial behavior?
  Stream I (Auditorium)
  Promoting Cooperation (S12)
10:40-
11:00

D. Bakker & A. Flache: Cooperation and retaliation in collective good games: Does counter-punishment really destroy cooperation?

11:00-
11:20

H. Nax: Stability and welfare of “meritbased” group-matching mechanisms in voluntary contribution games

11:20-
11:40 
B. Malle: Blame and punishment: Two distinct mechanisms of moral norm enforcement
11:40-
12:00 

S. Suetens: Signaling trustworthiness

12:00-
12:20
Awards, Farewell

Poster Sessions

  Poster Sessions (Eranos)

Wednesday
14:00-15:15

 

Thursday
16:00-17:30

J. Brosig-Koch: Information and quality: The effectiveness of non-monetary performance incentives for physicians

A. Dimri: Household composition & women empowerment: Living with in-laws in India

J. Donze: Becoming “We” instead of “I”: Identity management and incentives in the workplace

K. Farrow: Harnessing the power of social norms to advance environmental policy goals: A Review of the Evidence

S. Felgendreher: The effect of information provision on social norms: Unexpected results from a natural field experiment

J. Gewinner: How traditional gender norms sabotage the institution of marriage

N. Jehli: Generosity across contexts V. Kurz: Efficiency or fairness? How procedural concerns affect coordination in a Volunteer's Dilemma

E. Midler: Unraveling the effects of payments for ecosystem services on intrinsic motivations for collective action

K. Moser: The role of social norms for virtual cooperation between professional status groups

R. Romaniuc: Enforcing social norms: Peer nonmonetary versus third-party monetary punishment

T. Sasaki: Preemptive punishment and retrospective moral assessment in indirect reciprocity

V. te Velde: Heterogeneous norms: Social image and social pressure when people disagree

B. Vicari: How standardized certificates reduces uncertainty in the hiring process

 
 
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