Registration open for Fairness and the Moral Mind
Join us for an online workshop showcasing new research from emerging scholars who dive into the complexities of the moral mind. Hosted by FAIR and chaired by Bertil Tungodden.
Date: Thursday, November 16, 2023
Time: 14:00 - 19:00 (GMT+1)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2023
14:00 - 16:10 PAPER SESSION 1
Simone Sartor (University of Zürich):
Distributive justice and historical group entitlement
Amir Jafarzadeh (University of East Anglia):
Is the inequality acceptable? An experiment on procedural fairness
Jasmin Vietz (University of Hohenheim):
What is Fair? Experimental Evidence on Fair Equality vs Fair Inequality
Sonja Kovacevic (University of Oslo):
Excessive pay is not about the numbers. How power abuse erodes inequality acceptance
16:10 - 16:40 BREAK
16:40 - 18:50 PAPER SESSION 2
Yusof Jeffrey (University of Zürich):
Skill-Biased Inequality, Market Luck, and Redistributive Preferences
Francesco Capozza (WZB and Berlin School of Economics):
Beliefs about the Gender Gap in Salary Negotiation
Jakob Moeller (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business):
Can being competitive but unsuccessful harm you, even more so if you are a woman?
Ranveig Falch (FAIR, Norwegian School of Economics)
Is it morally acceptable to be selfish?
While behavioral economics and other social sciences have acknowledged that human motivations extend beyond narrow self-interest, the intricate landscape of the moral mind remains inadequately explored and understood. Varied in their moral inclinations, individuals differ not only in the extent to which they prioritize moral factors but also in determining their relevance across situations.
The Fairness and the Moral Mind workshop seeks to address these gaps by showcasing novel experimental endeavors undertaken by emerging scholars. These efforts converge to provide fresh insights into unraveling the complexities of the moral mind.