Mediators of economic and social changes
Departamento de Economía Aplicada
Prosperous nations tend to be societies that fulfill their economic and social obligations, in this respect, both Spanish and Valencian society must continue to improve. In this workshop we seek to understand the mechanisms by which economic and social agents can be shaped in order to create values that fight inequalities and leave behind unethical behaviors in our societies. These changes can be fast or slow, collecting data in the laboratory and naturally generated data will allow us to create working hypotheses with which to formulate models given a context. Understanding how these cultural values and attitudes change will improve knowledge of how these mechanisms operate.
This Workshop is possible thanks to funding from the Generalitat Valenciana, Consellería d'Innovació, Universitats, Ciència i Societat Digital, through the project "Information, context, characteristics and preferences: Mediators of economic and social change. Creating efficient institutions and committed societies". (AICO/2021/257)
Tuesday, 22 March 2022
10. 30 Penélope Hernández
“ Dynamic Bayesian Persuasion with Two States”
11.15 Coffee break
12.00 Coralio Ballester
12.45 Adriana Alventosa
"With VAT or without VAT? An experimental approach"
16:00 Jose M. Pavía
"Introducing automatic clustering into ecological inference linear programming algorithms"
16:45 Coffee break
17:15 Priscila Espinosa
"Automatic tools for measuring the economic regional growth"
Wednesday, 23 March 2022
11.00 Coffee Break
11:30 Workshop on theory - Miguel Ángel Ballester
“Convergence of market algorithms”
Gonzalo Olcina, Vicente Calabuig, Penélope Hernández, Christoph Kumics
16:00 Workshop on experimental - Neus Planells
"Pro-environmental behavior and ecological identity"
Alba Ruiz, Noemi Herranz, Adriana Alventosa,Coralio Ballestés
17:30 Coffee Break
Thursday, 24 March 2022
9.30 Coffee Break
10.00 Christoph Kuzmics
"Communication, Renegotiation and Coordination with Private Values"
10. 45 Vicente Calabuig y Gonzalo Olcina
"Elites, Inequality and the Emergence and Erosion of Progressive Taxation"
11.30 Coffee Break
12.00 Alba Ruiz
"Public information in financial markets: laboratory experiments"
12.45 Noemi Herranz
"Academic dishonesty and monitoring in online exams: a randomized field experiment"