Keynote Lecture

 by Lata Gangadharan  

“Social Dilemmas, Inequality and Compliance: Evidence from Experiments” 

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Local Organizing Committee - Co-chairs

Elisabeth Gsottbauer

Her main research interests lie in Environmental Economics, Behavioral and Experimental Economics. She mainly use laboratory and field experiments to study the optimal design of environmental policy instruments.

Esther Blanco

 Her research analyzes how economic agents make decisions in social dilemmas, the role of incentives and how these incentives are affected by contextual factors – such as institutional change. Specifically, her research focuses on pro-social behavior, including corporate social responsibility, provision of public goods and donations. Her research uses different methods, including behavioral game theory and experimental economics, and embraces multi-disciplinary approaches .