Quantitative Sociology Colloqium

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Fall Semester 2012

This is the website of the "Quantitative Sociology" Colloquium (851-0585-23L) in the Fall semester 2012. The schedule of talks may be found below.

The colloquium takes place every Tuesday from 13.15 to 14.45 pm in room CLU C1. Any further information on the colloquium may be found here.

Course  Schedule

Date Speaker
Host/Chair Title
26.09. Chris Snijders
(TU Eindhoven)
Diekmann Small is the new Big - Comparing human and computer decision making
10.10. Fangfang Tan
(MPI München)
Third party punishment: retribution or deterrence?
24.10. Andrew Grow
(University of Groningen)
Regional Variation in Status Values – An Explanation Based on Status Construction Theory
31.10. Robert Böhm
(University of Erfurt)
How Inter-Group Processes may Affect Intra-Group Cooperation: New Arguments to an Old Debate
07.11. Flaminio Squazzoni
(Brescia University)
Helbing Peering into Peer-Review: Experimental and Computational Findings
14.11. Rainer Hegselmann
(University of Bayreuth)
Schelling Reconsidered, A forgotten Pioneer, and the Idea of a General Configuration Game
21.11. Jürgen Fleiß
(University of Graz)
Diekmann The Provision of Public Goods: An Experimental Study of the Effectiveness of the Allocator Mechanism
28.11. Robert ten Brincke
Risky Decisions and the Effect of a Bonus in Simple Stochastic Games
05.12. Karsten Donnay
Helbing Finding Reactive Patterns in Spatiotemporal Data
12.12. Tom DiPrete
(Columbia University)
The Rise of Women: The Growing Gender Gap in Education
19.12. Peter Dodds
(University of Vermont)
Helbing Health, Happiness, and Hahaha: Twitter's many reflections of social stories.
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