Title: Predicting social tipping and norm change in controlled experiments

Presenter: Nikos Nikiforakis - New York University, Abu Dhabi

Time: 5–6.15 pm

About the Presenter

Nikos Nikiforakis’ research interests are predominantly in behavioural and public economics. His main body of work consists of experimental studies in the lab and the field investigating factors that impact on the evolution of cooperation.

His work has been published in leading economic journals such as the American Economic ReviewJournal of Public EconomicsEuropean Economic Review and Games and Economic Behavior, as well as in leading interdisciplinary journals such as the Nature Communications, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.


About Behavioural and Economics Science Cluster e-seminars

About the series

An online seminar series on Experimental and Behavioural Economics organized by the Behavioral and Economic Science Cluster (BESC) of the School of Economics at The University of Queensland.

Our seminars take place fortnightly via Zoom on Wednesdays at 10 am or 5 pm (AEST), depending on whether the guest speaker is streaming from US/Australia or Europe respectively.

Seminars consist of a 60-minute presentation followed by 15 minutes of Q&A.

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