SEET workshop, Ibiza 2019


“Antic edifici de la Comandància”

(ROOM: AVC03, first floor)

Universitat de les Illes Balears

Carrer del Calvari, 1 07800 Eivissa (Ibiza)


Wednesday, February 6th


15.30-16.00 Welcome


16.00-17.30 Session 1

Session chair: Ivan Ajdukovic

- Iñigo Hernández-Arenaz, Universitat de les Illes Balears (UIB), Spain

Gender Differences in Alternating-Offer Bargaining: An Experimental Study

- Katri Sieberg, University of Tampere, Finland

Bargaining with Conflict

- Giacomo Degli Antoni, University of Parma, Italy

Social responsibility in the Lab: the market effectiveness in favouring responsible behaviour by firms and consumers

- Ivan Ajdukovic, CEREN, EA 7477, Burgundy School of Business – UBFC, France

Selfish now, or altruistic (for) tomorrow? Inter vs. intra-generational strategies for the preservation of a common resource.

17.30-18.00 Coffee break


18.00-19.30 Session 2

Session chair: Guillermo Mateu

- Elisabetta Leni, University of  Essex, U.K

Guilt Aversion and the Trust Game: An Analysis of Heterogeneous Factors

- Lara Ezquerra, Universitat de les Illes Balears (UIB), Spain

Deciding to delegate: on distributional consequences of Endogenous (and Compulsory) Delegation

- Silvester van Koten, Vysoká škola ekonomická, NF-KEKE, Prague, Czech Republic

The forward premium in electricity markets: an experimental study

- Guillermo Mateu, CEREN, EA 7477, Burgundy School of Business – UBFC, France

Salivary testosterone and cortisol in social dilemmas: effects of cooperation and punishment


Thursday, February 7th


9.00- 11.00 Session 3

Session chair: Antonio Filippin

- Marco Faillo, University of Trento, Italy

Peer approval concerns promote cooperation in public goods experiments

- Ewa Zawojska, University of Warsaw, Poland

Moving beyond the contingent valuation versus choice experiment debate

- Hannes Titeca, University of Exeter, UK

Exposure effects and beliefs in public goods games

- Lisette Ibanez, CEE-M, Univ. Montpellier, CNRS, INRA, Montpellier SupAgro, France

What did you do before? Moral (in)consistency in pro-environmental choice

- Antonio Filippin, University of Milan, Italy

Gambler's behavior: A field investigation


11.00-11.30 Coffee break


11.30- 13.00 Session 4

Session chair: Giuseppe Attanasi

- Matteo M. Marini, Universitá degli Studi de'll Insubria & UJI, Spain

20 years of emotions and risky choices in the lab. A Meta- analysis

- Vita Zhukova, Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia, Spain

The Role of Firms' Trustworthiness in Business Angels' Investment. Experimental Evidence from 3-player Trust Game.

- Andrea Martinangeli, Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance, Germany

Last Word Not Yet Spoken: Last Place and Rank Reversal Aversion

- Giuseppe Attanasi, University of Nice, France

Intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivators on creative collaboration: The effect of sharing rewards


 13.15-15.00 Lunch


15.00-16.30 Session 5

Session chair: Aihnoa Jaramillo-Gutierrez

- Eli Spiegelman, CEREN, EA 7477, Burgundy School of Business – UBFC, France

Flavors of regret: sour grapes counterfactual information in a binary lottery choice experiment.

- Marco Mantovani, Univ. of Milan- Bicocca, Italy

Electing Moderates

- Jose Maria Ortiz, Middlesex London, UK

Probabilistic Reward Schemes: Experimental Evidence

- Aihnoa Jaramillo-Gutierrez, Universitat Jaume I, Spain

Are credit-screening contracts designed for men?


17.00-18h30 Guided tour Ibiza town

20.00 Informal Dinner



Friday 8th February


9.30-11.00 Session 6

Session chair: Tomas Lejárraga

- Francesca Gioia, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy

Why Malus is not Used? Selection versus Incentives under Time Pressure

- Irene Comeig, Universidad de Valencia, Spain

Upside Versus Downside Risk: Gender, Stakes, and Probabilities

- John Smith, Rutgers University-Camden, USA

 Judgments of length in the economics laboratory: Are there brains in choice?

- Tomas Lejárraga, UIB Decision Science Laboratory, Universitat de les Illes Balears and Center for Adaptive Rationality, Max Planck Institute for Human Development

The Intuitive Statistician Lives: How a Change in Methods Shifted Our View on Human Judgment


11.00-11.30 Closing act



*Presentations: 20min + comments