Title: TBC

Presenter: Danila Serra - Texas A&M University

Time: 10-11.15am

About the presenter

Danila SerraDanila Serra applies lab and field experimental methods to the study of corruption, governance and the provision of public services, with special focus on non-monetary incentives and bottom-up accountability systems. Some of her more recent research focuses on issues related to gender differences in education and labour market participation, gender norms and women’s empowerment.

Danila is the inaugural recipient of the Vernon L. Smith Ascending Scholar Prize. The prize, named after the 2002 Economics Nobel Prize winner Vernon Smith, is a “budding genius” award presented by the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE) to an exceptional scholar in the field of experimental economicsFor more info, see the IFREE’s announcement.

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.

Local time for seminars

You can check the corresponding times for your own time zone using the following links for each session: 10am, 5pm.

How to register

Clicking the button below gives you the option to register for: (i) all seminars (ii) seminars that take place at 10am or 5pm, or (iii) individual seminars.

Email invitations with a ZOOM link to the event will be sent 48 hours before each seminar.

If you wish to attend an upcoming seminar within the 48-hour window, please drop an email to Alex Karakostas.

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