6th Stavanger Behavioral Economics and Finance Workshop

Thursday 25 August 09:00 - Friday 26 August 15:45,
University of Stavanger Business School,
Elise Ottesen-Jensens house, room EOJ 101HH.

The goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers from behavioural/experimental economics and finance.

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Information about the workshop

Dates: 25 – 26 August 2022 (Thursday and Friday) Venue: Elise Ottesen-Jensens house, room EOJ 101HH, University of Stavanger Business School Participation and registration: Participation by invitation only Accommodation: Clarion Hotel Stavanger Format of the workshop: 45-minute presentations, including discussion The organizers: Olga Rud, Simone Haeckl, Jean Paul Rabanal, Ola Kvaløy Contact: Åse Lea, coordinator Read more about the Stavanger region

We would like to invite the participants on a trip to the popular attraction Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock).

Practical information

6th Stavanger Behavioral Economics and Finance Workshop, August 25th -26th 2022

For any practical questions please do not hesitate to contact Åse Lea: Cell phone: +47 47 26 28 95, Office phone: +47 51 83 37 47 or E-mail: ase.lea@uis.no

Academic Program

The first presentation will start at 9:00 am Thursday August 25, and the last presentation will end at 3:15 pm Friday August 26. Each presentation will last 45 minutes, including discussion. The academic program will take place at the University of Stavanger, Elise Ottesen-Jensens house, room EOJ 101HH.

Hotel Accommodation

All participants will stay at Clarion Hotel Stavanger, which is centrally located in Stavanger, a 15 minutes taxi ride from the University. You can take “Flybussen” or a taxi directly to the hotel when you arrive at the airport.Hotel address: Arne Rettedals gate 14, 4008 Stavanger
Phone number: +47 51 50 25 00


Thursday and Friday mornings at 8:30 a bus will pick you up outside the hotel and bring you to Campus. There will also be a bus taking you back to the hotel immediately after the academic workshop program ends on Thursday and on Friday. Sponsors

Informal Get-Together on Wednesday 25th

There will be an informal get together at 19:00 on Wednesday at Norvald Vinbar at Øvre Holmegate 3 (Google Map)

Pulpit rock tour on Saturday 27th

iking shoes and also clothes appropriate for a mountain hike! This is really important. We hope for sun but unfortunately being located right by the Atlantic Ocean does not always bring good weather.
If you want to check the forecast, you can always check it here (link to www.yr.no) for the latest forecast. Please find attached more practical information about the hike.


This conference is sponsored by the Research Council of Norway and the University of Stavanger and the University of Stavanger Business School.

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Program day 1

Thursday, August 25th

  • 0845 - 0900 Coffee and registration
  • 0900 - 0945 Limited strategic thinking and the cursed match, Jacopo Magnani
  • 0945 - 1030 Voting on corporate policies: An experiment, Olya Rud
  • 1030 - 1045 Break
  • 1045 - 1130 Reverse Bayesianism: Revising Beliefs in Light of Unforeseen Events, Stefan Trautmann
  • 1130 – 1215 Credit Ratings and Investments: An Experimental Study, Anna Bayona
  • 1215 - 1315 Lunch – Sentralen in Arne Rettdahls house
  • 1315 - 1400 Do prices reveal information about dividends in asymmetric sequential asset markets? An Experimental Study, Rosemarie Nagel
  • 1400 - 1445 Adoption of a New Payment Method: Experimental Evidence, John Duffy
  • 1445 - 1500 Break
  • 1500 - 1545 Effects of Supportive Leadership Behaviors on Work Satisfaction, Engagement and Performance, Simone Haeckl
  • 1815 - 1900 Guided tour at the Norwegian Petroleum Museum (located in the same building as the restaurant).
  • 1900 Workshop dinner @Bølgen&Moi, Kjeringholmen 1A, 4013 Stavanger

Program day 2

Friday, August 26th

  • 0900 – 0945 Understanding the Implications of Artificial Intelligence in the Job Application Process, Joseph Vecci
  • 0945 – 1030 The Targeted Assignment of Incentive Schemes, Dirk Sliwka
  • 1030 - 1045 Break
  • 1045 – 1130 A Horse Race of Monetary Policy Regimes: An Experimental Investigation, Luba Petersen
  • 1130 – 1215 The impact of exchange traded funds on asset prices, Jean-Paul Rabanal
  • 1215 - 1300 Lunch – Sentralen in Arne Rettdahls house
  • 1300 – 1345 What do voters think about policy experimentation? Robert Dur
  • 1345 – 1430 Paternalism: Determinants of Supply and Demand, Björn Bartling
  • 1430 – 1445 Break
  • 1445 – 1530 Bargaining Under Liquidity Constraints: Nash versus Kalai in the Laboratory, Daniela Puzzello


6th Stavanger Behavioral Economics and Finance workshop, August 25th -26th 2022

Anna Bayona - ESADE Business School
Björn Bartling - University of Zurich
Daniela Puzzello - Indiana University
Dirk Sliwka - University of Cologne
Jacopo Magnani - Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Jean Paul Rabanal - University of Stavanger
John Duffy - University of California, Irvine
Joseph Vecci - Gothenburg University
Kristoffer Wigestrand Eriksen - University of Stavanger
Luba Petersen - Simon Fraser University
Ola Kvaløy - University of Stavanger
Olya Rud - University of Stavanger
Robert Dur - Erasmus University Rotterdam
Rosemarie Nagel - ICREA-Universitat Pompeu Fabra-Barcelona School of Economics
Simone Haeckl - University of Stavanger
Stefan Trautmann - Heidelberg University

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