Fall 2007 Workshops - Center for Decision Research | Chicago Booth

Fall 2007 Workshops

Location: Charles M. Harper Center Classroom 06
Time: Mondays 10:10 a.m.–11:30 a.m.

Monday, October 1 

Peter Ubel
University of Michigan
"Beyond Comprehension: Figuring Out When We Have Helped People Make 'Good' Decisions" 

Monday, October 8 

Shane Frederick
MIT
"The X Effect: Pluralistic Ignorance in Estimates of Others' Valuations" 

Monday, October 15 

Pablo Brinol
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
"Embodied Persuasion" 

Monday, October 29 

Craig Fox
UCLA
"The Insidious Influence of Partitions on Allocations: From Decision Analysis and Consumer Behavior to Prediction Markets and Corporate Finance"

Monday, November 5 

Don Moore
Carnegie-Mellon University
"The Trouble with Overconfidence" 

Monday, November 12 

Miguel Brendl
Northwestern University

Monday, November 26 

Josh Correll
University of Chicago
"Noise and Effort on Implicit Measures" 

Monday, December 5 

Loran Nordgren
University of Amersterdam
"The Restraint Bias: The Regulatory Pitfalls of Inflated Impulse Control Beliefs"
Paper 1; Paper 2