19th and 20th of February, 2016
Aula Savi – Botanic Garden, via Porta Buozzi, 3, Pisa
DAY 1: Sunday 19th February

9:45: Welcome words

10:00-10:30: Daniele Pennesi (University of Bologna)
Deciding fast and slow

10:30-11:00: Francesco Cerigioni (Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Barcelona GSE)
Dual decision processes: retrieving preferences when some choices are automatic

11:00-11:30: Coffee break

11:30-12:00: Valerio Capraro (CWI Amsterdam and Middlesex University Business School)
Deliberation favours social efficiency by making people disregard their relative shares: Evidence from US and India

12:00-12:30: Eirik Strømland (University of Bergen)
Cooperating, fast and slow: Testing the social heuristics hypothesis

12:30-13:00: Áron Székely (Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies, CNR, Rome)
Context and Individual Preferences Shape Cooperative Decision Making

13:00-14:15: Lunch

14:00-14:30: Dorothee Mischkowski (University of Göttingen and University of Hagen)
From spontaneous cooperation to spontaneous punishment – Distinguishing the underlying motives driving spontaneous behavior in first and second order public goods contributed

14:30-15:00: Francesca Pancotto (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)
Reflexivity reduces pro-sociality but only among strategic subjects

15:00-15:45: Keynote Anja Achtziger (Zeppelin University)
Intentions and Economic Rationality

15:45-16:15: Coffee break

16:15-17.00: Keynote David Rand (Yale University)
Cooperation, fast and slow: The social heuristics hypothesis

17:00-17:30: Marianna Belloc (Sapienza University of Rome)
The social heuristics hypothesis revisited: Fast and slow hunters in the lab

17:30-18:00: Matteo Rizzolli (LUMSA University of Rome and CERBE)
Trading fast and slow: The role of deliberation in experimental financial markets

20:00: Social dinner

DAY 2: Monday 20th February

9:00-9:30: Alexander Ritschel (University of Cologne)
Performance curiosity

9:30-10:00: Fabio Landini (University of Parma)
Autonomy, reciprocity and trust in principal-agent interactions

10:00-10:45: Keynote Samuel Bowles (Santa Fe Institute)
Endogenous preferences and public policy

10:45-11:15: Coffee break

11:15-12:00: Keynote Carlos Alós-Ferrer (University of Cologne)
The Big Robber Game

12:00-12:30: Florian Engl (University of Cologne)
A theory of causal responsibility attribution

12:30-13:00: Eugenio Levi (Sapienza University of Rome)
When heterogeneity may be good for prosocial behaviour: an experiment on social information on abilities and group identity

13:00-14:15: Lunch

14:15-14:45: Andrea Gallice (University of Turin and Collegio Carlo Alberto)
Cooperation in social dilemmas through position uncertainty

14:45-15:15: Alexandros Rigos (Lund University)
A Beauty Contest with Flexible Information Acquisition

15:15-15:45: Francesco D. Zaffuto (Sapienza University of Rome)
Evidence for multiple strategies in choice under risk

15:45-16:15: Caterina Giannetti (University of Pisa)
The effect of ethics meetings on risk­‐taking behaviour: an experiment

16:15-16:45: Closing toast