ESA-announce Reminder: ESA events and sessions as ASSA (Chicago, January 2012)

Dear Colleagues:

Just a friendly reminder that the Economic Science Association is sponsoring some sessions at the upcoming ASSA meetings. The ESA is also hosting a cocktail party on Saturday evening (January 7) and is co-sponsoring a session with the History of Economics Society reflecting on the first 25 years of the Association. Details are below and in the attached document. I hope you can participate in some of these events with your ESA colleagues.

-Tim Cason

Economic Science Association Events and Sessions, Chicago ASSA (January 2012)

Jan 07, 2012 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Hyatt Regency, Gold Coast
Economic Science Association

Cocktail Party for ESA Members and Friends

(Light snacks, cash bar)

Jan 06, 2012 10:15 am, Hyatt Regency, Atlanta
Economic Science Association

Stochastic Choice under Risk: Economic and Psychological Views (D8)

Presiding: Nathaniel Wilcox (Chapman University)

Using Decision Field theory to Account for the Stochastic as Well as the Dynamic Properties of Choice under Risk

Jerome Busemeyer (Indiana University)

Stochastic Choice Models and Realistic Decision Processes

Graham Loomes (University of Warwick, UK)

An Empirical Evaluation of Two Stochastic Choice Models

Michael Birnbaum (California State University-Fullerton)

A Comparison of Several Models of Stochastic Binary Choice under Risk

Nathaniel Wilcox (Chapman College)

Jan 06, 2012 2:30 pm, Hyatt Regency, Atlanta
Economic Science Association

Communication, Conscience, and Efficiency (C7)

Presiding: Gary Charness (University of California-Santa Barbara)

Coordination and Credible Leadership

David Cooper (Florida State University)

John Hamman (Carnegie Mellon University)

Roberto Weber (Carnegie Mellon University)

The Effect of Communication on Contract Type and Performance

Jordi Brandts (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona)

Gary Charness (University of California, Santa Barbara)

Matthew Ellman (Institut d’Anàlisi Econòmica)

Conscience Accounting

Uri Gneezy (University of California-San Diego)

Alex Imas (University of California-San Diego)

Chat, Continuous Time, and Public Goods

Gary Charness (University of California-Santa Barbara)

Dan Friedman (University of California-Santa Cruz)

Ryan Oprea (University of British Columbia)

Jan 07, 2012 10:15 am, Hyatt Regency, Skyway 260
History of Economics Society/Economic Science Association

Reflecting on Twenty-Five Years of the Economic Science Association (B2)

Presiding: Harro Maas (University of Utrecht)

Historical Perspective on ESA’s First Quarter Century

Andrej Svorencik (University of Utrecht)

The Prologue to ESA from Today’s Perspective

John Kagel (Ohio State University)

Structural Changes to ESA in 1995-1997: The Journal and International Meetings

Thomas Palfrey (California Institute of Technology)

Making ESA International

Martin Weber (University of Mannheim)

Discussants:

Vernon Smith (Chapman University)

Steven Medema (University of Colorado-Denver)

Jan 07, 2012 12:30 pm, Hyatt Regency, Hong Kong
Economic Science Association

Market Dynamics (D4)

Presiding: Ryan Oprea (University of British Columbia)

The Nature of Excess: Using Randomized Treatments to Investigate Price Dynamics

Michael Price (University of Tennessee)

Marshall and Walras: The Dynamics of Equilibration in the Continuous Double Auction Market

Charles Plott (Caltech)

A Dynamic General Equilibrium Approach to Asset Pricing Experiments

John Duffy (University of Pittsburgh)

Sean Crockett (Baruch College, CUNY)

Market Dynamics and Strategic Dynamics

Ryan Oprea (University of British Columbia)

ESA Chicago 2012 Events and Sessions.doc

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