Charitable Giving and Experimental Economics Workshop, Q and A session

2012-09-20 by

In this facilitated discussion at the close of the Charitable Giving and Experimental Economics workshop, the five keynote panelists entertained questions from the audience. Robert Kurzban, professor of psychology and Rasmuson Chair of Economics at UAA, facilitated. Speakers include John List of the University of Chicago, Jim Andreoni of UC San Diego, Catherine Eckel of Texas A & M University, Jeff Carpenter of Middlebury College and Min Lee of the Griffin Foundation.

This closed the day-long workshop held Aug. 15, 2012.

To select the seven podcasts created from the workshop, select “Charitable-Giving” in the “TAGS” section beneath the podcast.



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For More Information:

UAA Experimental Economics Laboratory
Website
Rasmuson Chair in Experimental Economics
Website

The Griffin Foundation's Min Lee speaks on 'Experimentation as a tool: Wider and more practical perspectives'

2012-09-08 by

Economist and philanthropic adviser Min Lee of the Griffin Foundation was the fifth of five presenters at the Charitable Giving and Experimental Economics workshop presented by the UAA Experimental Economics Laboratory of the College of Business and Public Policy. His talk is titled, “Experimentation as a tool: Wider and more practical perspectives.”

This podcast was recorded on Aug. 15, 2012.



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For More Information:

Griffin Foundation
Website and bio page for Min Lee
UAA Experimental Economics Laboratory
Website

Middlebury College economist Jeff Carpenter on 'Running Charity Auctions: An Experimental Approach'

2012-09-07 by

Jeff Carpenter was the fourth of five presenters at the Charitable Giving and Experimental Economics workshop presented by the UAA Experimental Economics Laboratory of the College of Business and Public Policy. His talk is titled, “Running Charity Auctions: An Experimental Approach.” He is introduced here by Kyle Hampton, director of the UAA Center for Economic Education.

This podcast was recorded on Aug. 15, 2012.



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For More Information:

UAA Experimental Economics Laboratory
Website
Jeff Carpenter
Middlebury College bio page

Diane Kaplan, Rasmuson Foundation makes opening remarks at the 'Charitable Giving and Experimental Economics' workshop

2012-08-24 by

Diane Kaplan, president of the Rasmuson Foundation, makes opening remarks at the ‘Charitable Giving and Experimental Economic’ workshop hosted by the UAA Experimental Economics Laboratory in the College of Business and Public Policy. The Rasmuson Chair in Experimental Economics at UAA was created through a generous endowment by the late Elmer Rasmuson, a distinguished banker, entrepreneur and philanthropist.

This podcast was recorded Aug. 15, 2012.



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For More Information:

Rasmuson Chair
Background
UAA Experimental Economics Laboratory
Website
Rasmuson Foundation
Website

Texas A & M economist Catherine Eckel speaks on 'Matching Contributions'

2012-08-23 by

Texas A & M economist Catherine Eckel was the third of five presenters at the Charitiable Giving and Experimental Economics workshop presented by the UAA Experimental Economics Laboratory of the College of Business and Public Policy. Her talk is titled, “Matching Contributions.”

This podcast was recorded on Aug. 15, 2012.



Download MP3 (37:01min, 17MB)



For More Information:

UAA Experimental Economics Laboratory
Website
Catherine Eckel
Texas A & M bio page

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