Norms make preferences social
Erik Kimbrough (Simon Frasier U.) will talk about "Norms make preferences social," an experimental project exploring how individual sensitivity to social norms can explain (and predict) pro-social behavior (j/w Alexander (Sasha) Vostroknutov).
Where: Inside BELSS -- our experimental lab located in the 3rd floor of Bocconi’s Roentgen building
+ an aperitivo place TBD
When: Monday January 27 at 17.30-18.20+
The idea of the BELSS Research Aperitivo is to get scholars to casually interact across discipline boundaries. We plan to rely mainly on internal Bocconi speakers, but occasionally (such as this time) have visitors. We hope many will attend. We'd like to have an approximate head count; please send Martin Dufwenberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Joshua Miller (email@example.com) an email.