Tungodden presents at Princeton University

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On Tuesday March 3, The Choice Lab researcher Bertil Tungodden will present a project titled “Are Americans more meritocratic and efficiency seeking than Scandinavians?” at Princeton University. The project is joint with Ingvild Almås and Alexander Cappelen. For more information…

Join us on Instagram!

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Every Friday, The Choice Lab posts a Picture of the week at our Instagram account. These pictures aim to portray the variety of activities at The Choice Lab, weather it is a field experiment in Tanzania, a conference or a…

Successful completion of competitiveness experiment in Tanzania

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The high school experiment on competitiveness in Tanzania is successfully completed, and for three weeks, project coordinator Anne-Lise Breivik has organized the lab-in-field experiment together with research assistants Monica Blaalid, Juda Lyamai, Swalehe Manture, Richard Ngilangwa, Alex Mwamsamale, Doreen Kachenje,…

The Choice Lab seminar with Anders Kjelsrud

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The Choice Lab invites you to a seminar with Anders Kjelsrud, PhD student at the Department of Economics, University of Oslo. Kjelsrud will give a presentation titled “Poverty measurement, spatial prices, and public goods provision – Theory and evidence from…

Tungodden visits University of Cape Town

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From February 2-26, The Choice Lab researcher Bertil Tungodden will stay at the Department of Economics at the University of Cape Town, South Africa as part of his sabbatical year. During his stay, Tungodden plans to initiate research collaborations and finalize…

Bott presented at the University of Pennsylvania

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On Thursday January 22, Kristina Bott, PhD student at The Choice Lab, gave a presentation at the Behavioral Ethics Lab, University of Pennsylvania. Bott presented the project “You’ve got mail: A randomized field experiment on tax evasion”, which is joint…