SBEE Seminar Series schedule announced
The Social, Behavioral and Experimental Economics Seminar Series brings together a community of economics scholars from three units at the University of Michigan — the Economics Department, the Ross Business School, and the School of Information — whose research aims to broaden the understanding of the social, economic and political consequences of real-life decisions and behaviors.
Top researchers from around the globe come to Michigan to present their work at the weekly SBEE seminar series, exploring the intersection of economics, psychology, computer science and information science.
This seminar series is organized jointly by Professors Yan Chen (UMSI), Alain Cohn (UMSI), Erin Krupka (UMSI), Steve Leider (Ross), David Miller (Econ), Yesim Orhun (Ross), Tanya Rosenblat (UMSI) and Basit Zafar (Econ).
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Schedule for Winter 2022
Mondays, 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. ET
Jan. 10: Ro’ee Levy, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Jan. 24: Ian Krajbich, Ohio State University
Feb. 7: Ted O’Donoghue, Cornell University
Feb. 21: Mike Mueller-Smith, University of Michigan
March 7: Sarah Miller, University of Michigan
March 21: David Yang, Harvard University
March 28: John List, University of Chicago
April 4: Dean Eckles, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Thursday, April 7, noon - 1 p.m. ET: Emilie Jackson, Michigan State University (joint seminar with UMSI Data Science/Computational Social Science [DS/CSS])
April 25: Botond Koszegi, Central European University, Hungary