- [9:00 - 9:45] Alvin Roth (Stanford Economics): Market design experiments concerning deceased organ allocation (joint work with Judd Kessler). Paper 1. Paper 2.
- [9:45 - 10:30] Scott Desposato (UCSD Political Science): Ethics in comparative politics experiments
- [10:30 - 10:45] Coffee break
- [10:45 - 11:45] Luke Keele (Penn State Political Science): Main paper = Conditioning on Post-treatment Quantities with Structural Mean Models; Technical paper = Estimating Post-treatment Effect Modification with Generalized Structural Mean Models
- [1:00 - 1:30] Ted Miguel (Berkeley Economics) will give a "Ted" talk on the Berkeley Initiative on Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS).
- [1:30 - 2:30] Guido Imbens (Stanford Graduate School of Business): Some comments on stratification and re-randomization in randomized experiments
- [2:30 - 2:45] Break
- [2:45 - 3:30] Eric Dickson (NYU Political Science): "Legitimacy and Enforcement: An Experimental Investigation" (using experimental games to measure psychological quantities and parse psychological mechanisms, joint work with Sandy Gordon and Greg Huber)
- [3:30 - 4:15] Jennifer Merolla (CGU Political Science): Methodological issues surrounding the use of the Dynamic Process Tracing Environment (DPTE)
- [4:15 - 5:00] Gabriel Lenz (Berkeley Political Science): Identifying the effect of candidate appearance on vote choice (without assigning candidates to plastic surgery....)
The registration deadline was May 1, 2013. Registration for this conference is now closed. If you have not registered, you can email Kevin Esterling (kevin DOT esterling AT ucr DOT edu) to check if any spaces are available.
If you have any questions about your registration, please send an email to Jackie Sargent (hijack AT stanford DOT edu)
If you have registered for the conference but realize that you need to cancel, please send an email to Jackie and indicate that you wish to cancel your registration.