CLBOE Seminars

The Center and Laboratory for Behavioral Operations and Economics (LBOE) at the Naveen Jindal School of Management at UT Dallas is privileged to host academic experts in behavioral research presenting their latest work on the most relevant topics facing our discipline today. The LBOE Seminars are held every Monday 12:15PM-1:30PM in JSOM 1.517 Fall and Spring semester.

For information about attending, please contact Joan Fritz.




10/06/2014 Sarah Jacobson Williams College
10/13/2014 Min Ding Pennsylvania State University
Artificial Empathy
10/20/2014 Ellen P. Green Arizona State University
10/27/2014 Bahriye Cesaret The University of Texas at Dallas
A Behavioral Study of Capacity Allocation in Revenue Management
11/03/2014 Yaroslav Rosokha Purdue University
Humans Are Not Machines: Impact of Queueing Design on Service Time
11/10/2014 Jason Aimone Baylor University
11/17/2014 Basak Kalkanci Georgia Tech University
12/01/2014 Anya Samek University of Wisconsin-Madison


Guest Lecturer/Presentation Title
09/09/2013 Weded Elmaghraby, University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business
The Impact of Starting Price and Inventory on Auction Prices: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Online B2B Secondary Market Auctions
09/23/2013 Kay-Yut Chen, HP Labs
Bounded Rationality in Operations: Theory, Experiment, and Practice
09/30/2013 Lijia Tan, Wang Yanan Institute for Studies in Economics, China.
An experimental investigation of auctions and bargaining in procurement
10/14/2013 Yan Chen, University of Michigan, School of Information
From Boston to Chinese Parallel to Deferred Acceptance: Theory and Experiments on a Family of School Choice Mechanisms
10/21/2013 John Morgan, University of California, Berkeley; Haas School of Business
Strategic and Natural Risk in Entrepreneurship: An Experimental Study.
10/28/2013 Zhixi Wan, University of Illinois, College of Business
Using Procurement Service Providers in Supplier Screening
11/04/2013 Anton Ovchinnikov, University of Virginia, Darden School of Business
Insights in ‘Environmental Taxes and the Choice of Green Technology‘ and ‘Coordinating Pricing and Supply of Public Interest Goods Using Rebates and Subsidies
11/11/2013 Noah Myung, Naval Postgraduate School
The Combinatorial Retention Auction Mechanism
11/18/2013 Avi Goldfarb, University of Toronto; Rotman School of Management
When to Exit: Limited Rationality in Firm Decisions
12/02/2013 Tony Cui, University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management
Fairness Ideals in Distribution Channel
01/27/2014 Andy Schotter, New York University, Center for Experimental Social Science
Matching and Chatting: An Experimental Study of the Impact of Network Communication on School-Matching Mechanisms
02/03/2014 Jordi Brandts, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
Stand by Me: Experiments on Help and Commitment in Coordination Games
02/10/2014 Bernhard Ganglmair, The University of Texas at Dallas, Naveen Jindal School of Management
Dynamic Information Sharing: An Experiment
02/17/2014 Tim Salmon, Southern Methodist University’s Department of Economics
Sabotage vs Discouragement: Which Dominates Post Promotion Tournament Behavior?
02/24/2014 Rami Zwick, University of California, Riverside; School of Business Administration
“Pay What You Want” as Threshold Public Good Provision
03/03/2014 Saurabh Bansal, PennState’s SMEAL College of Business
03/17/2014 Erkut Ozbay, University of Maryland, Department of Economics
How Do Elected and Appointed Policymakers Act When in Office? Experimental Evidence on Citizens, Candidates, and Leaders.
03/24/2014 Anna Popova
A Multi-Peaked Model of Preferences
04/21/2014 Tobias Stangl, The University of Cologne.
Supply Chain Performance Metrics. A Behavioral Perspective.
04/28/2014 Tanjim Hossain, University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.
Extrinsic Incentives and Intrinsic Motivations in Contests.

To view past seminars, please visit our past seminars page.

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