November 21st to November 24th, 2016
Organization: Prof. Dr. Katrin Auspurg, Dr. Gerrit Bauer, Dr. Patrick Riordan
Monday, November 21st
- Katrin Auspurg and Josef Brüderl: What is wrong with “Hypotheses-Sociology”?
- Karl-Dieter Opp: Mechanism-Explanations in Rational Choice and Analytical Sociology: What is the Best Micro-Foundation?
- Thomas Voss: Institutional Design and Human Motivation
- Siegwart Lindenberg, Rafael Wittek and Nardi Steverink: Joining versus networking: shifts in mechanisms of tie formation
- Andreas Diekmann: A Note on Rationality
- Werner Raub and Thomas Voss: Micro-Macro Models in Sociology: Antecedents of Coleman's Diagram
(additional material: Werner Raub and Thomas Voss: Micro-Macro Models in Sociology: Antecedents of Coleman's Diagram)
- Hartmut Esser: When Prediction Fails. Reactions of Rational Choice Theory and Behavioral Economics to the
Unexpected Appearance of Framing-Effects
- Nynke van Miltenburg, Vincent Buskens and Werner Raub: Endogenous Peer Punishment Institutions in Prisoner's Dilemmas: The Role of Noise
- Wojtek Przepiorka and Joel Berger: Signals of trustworthiness in social exchange: A theoretical framework and empirical evidence
- Ben Jann: Advances in Dependent interViewing: Experimental Evidence
Tuesday, November 22nd
- Katrin Auspurg, Thomas Hinz and Andreas Schneck: News from the DDD: How Fraudsters Cheat in the Social Sciences
- Gerhard Krug and Andreas Eberl: Arbeitslosigkeit und Gesundheit – Ein Test kausaler Mechanismen unter Verwendung dynamischer und statischer Panelregressionen
- Fabian Kratz and Alexander Patzina: The links between education and happiness over the life course
- Gregori Baetschmann: Effects of different life events on life satisfaction in the Swiss Houshold Panel
- Gerrit Bauer, Thorsten Kneip and Dominik Steinbeißer: Estimating the Causal Effect of Children on Parents’ Well-being: Strengths and Weaknesses of an Instrumental Variable Approach
- Christiane Gross: How many dimensions can respondents actually account for? Consistency research
within factorial surveys revisited
- Tobias Wolbring and Knut Petzold: The Behavioral Validity of Vignette Studies: An Experimental Comparison of Survey and Field Experiments using the Misdirected Email Technique
- Felix Bader and Marc Keuschnigg: The Ecology of Altruism and Trust: A Large-Scale Online Experiment to
Bring Context Back into Experimental Sociology
- Lena Hipp: Caretaker Penalties on the German Labor Market? Evidence for Normative Discrimination
against Mothers from Field and Laboratory Experiments
Wednesday, November 23rd
- Heinrich Nax and Caleb Koch: Usage of a common-pool groundwater resource
- Heiko Rauhut, Fabian Winter, Marc Höglinger and Jürgen Fleiss: Normative attitudes, beliefs and behavior: The new NS6 scale measuring social norms and a comparison with the social value orientation slider measure
- Thomas Gautschi: The Dynamics of Exchange Networks
- Bernhard Kittel, Sabine Neuhofer and Manuel Schwaninger: Bedarfsgerechtigkeit in sozialen Austauschnetzwerken
- Friedel Bolle and Jörg Spiller: Equilibrium selection as a matter of norms and beliefs
- Lars Leszczensky: Are Friendship Choices of Immigrant and Native Adolescents Affected by Immigrants' Host
Country Identification? The Role of Relative Group Size
- Felix Stumpf, Martin Abraham, Andreas Damelang and Sabine Ebensperger: Improved employment chances for skilled immigrants? A factorial survey on the acceptance of officially recognized foreign certificates in German firms
- Heidi Bruderer Enzler, Andreas Diekmann and Ulf Liebe: Discounting the Future. Does it Increase Household's Energy Consumption?
- Axel Franzen, Sebastian Mader and Jacqueline Mathys: Mimicry, Empathy and Prosocial Behavior in Humans
Thursday, November 24th
- Felix Wolter, Lucie Herold and Sina Lente: Neuere Weiterentwicklungen der Item-Count-Technik für heikle Fragen in Survey-Interviews: Empirische Befunde zum Potential der Item-Sum-Technik und der Person-Count-Technik
- Marc Höglinger and Andreas Diekmann: Uncovering a Blind Spot in Sensitive Question Research: False Positives Undermine the Crosswise-Model RRT
- Sandra Walzenbach and Thomas Hinz: Hiding Sensitive Topics by Design? An Experiment on the Reduction of Social Desirability Bias in Factorial Surveys
- Heiner Meulemann: Do you want a burial by the church? Church Services as Cultural Residuum after
the Secularization in Germany 1982-2002
Tuesday, November 22nd
- Sebastian Bähr: The impact of critical labor market transitions on social networks
- Christiane Bozoyan and Andreas Schneck: Hello, Neighbour! A Survey-Based Application of Schelling's Segregation Model
- Sebastian Lang: Helping Behavior of Students towards Refugees
- Bernhard Kittel, Sabine Neuhofer and Manuel Schwaninger: Offers beyond the negotiating dyad
- Martina Kroher: Academic misbehavior – Insights from a web survey at German universities
- Georg Kanitsar: Solidarity, Punishment and Indirect Exchange – An Experimental Study
- Laura Schoger: Interaction of formal education, distress and employability as job-related health outcome
- Christoph Bühler: Does economic uncertainty support fertility? An examination of the uncertainty reduction theory in 10 European countries
- Christiane Bozoyan, Laila Schmitt and Mark Trappman: The Power of Churches: Using Denomination to
Discriminate in the Social Services Sector
- Felix Bader, Bastian Baumeister, Roger Berger, Marc Keuschnigg and Fabian Thiel: The Transportability of Experimental Results. A Study Conducted in Leipzig and Munich in the Lab and Online
- Sabine Ebensperger and Andreas Damelang: Disentangling the relationship between occupational characteristics and female representation in occupations
- Roman Hoffmann, Bernhard Kittel and Mattias Larsen: The Emergence of Reputation
Wednesday, November 23rd
- Philip Adebahr, Judith Lehmann and Peter Kriwy: Social Acceptance of 'Fat Shaming'
- Natascha Nisic: Outsourcing Decisions of Households in Germany – Only a matter of time and money?
- Jennifer Gewinner: Reducing Energy Consumption and Promoting Green Electricity. The Role of Soft Incentives
- Axel Franzen and Sebastian Mader: Predictors of national CO2 emissions: Do international commitments matter?
- Matthias Collischon: The Glass Ceiling in Germany – An empirical Analysis
- Andreas Schneck and Maximilian Sonnauer: Choosing the right layer. Does finer context-data improve insights into mechanisms of discrimination?
- Andreas Eberl and Michael Otto: Diversity and Turnover: The influence of individual position on turnover
- Simon Seiler and Barbara Zimmermann: Genered Effects of Social Origin on the Paths to High Occupational Status?
- Daniel Lachmann and Thilo Martius: Social stratification and doctoral education
- Michael Grüttner: Auslandsmobilität von Studierenden: sozial ungleiche Teilnahme und Erträge?
- Sabine Düval: Effects of Parents’ Unemployment on a Child’s Personality and Emotions
- Benjamin Gröschl: A structural view on the relation of social capital and deviant behaviour
Venice Poster Award
Axel Franzen and Sebastian Mader (3rd place), Sabine Düval (1st place), Philipp Adebahr (2nd place, with Judith Lehmann and Peter Kriwy) (f.l.t.r)
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Seminar Program (updated November 18th, 2016) (PDF, 262 kB)