Bergen Seminar in Development Economics


Free lunch in the seminar room (3. floor).


Ranveig Falch (NHH)

The Development of Social Preferences: Experimental Evidence from China.


Ivar Kolstad (CMI):

Do economists act like democrats or technocratic paternalists?


Bertil Tungodden (NHH):

Competitiveness and pay: Is girl-power good for girls?


Jonathan Weigel (Harvard):

Building State and Citizen: How Tax Collection in Congo Engenders Citizen Engagement with the State.


Dinner (self-paid) at Zupperia

Please sign up for lunch and/or dinner:

Centre for Experimental Research on Fairness, Inequality and Rationality (FAIR) is a unique platform for collaboration between the Centre for Empirical Labour Economics and The Choice Lab.

FAIR collaborates with internationally leading researchers from different social sciences and philosophy, including Nobel Laureate James Heckman, John Bates Clark medal winner Matthew Rabin, and ERC Advanced Grant recipients Armin Falk, Ernst Fehr, and Kenneth Hugdahl. A number of the outstanding scholars have positions at FAIR and are strongly committed to take an active part in the research activities at FAIR. FAIR has a number of outstanding institutional partners on the different projects.

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