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Texas A&M Presents at 2017 TExAS Meeting

On Saturday, March 11, 2017, members of Texas A&M University’s experimental economics group attended and participated in the fourth annual Texas Experimental Association Symposium (TExAS) Meeting. This year’s TExAS Meeting was held at the University of Texas at Arlington.

Presenters and topics from Texas A&M included:

  • Mackenzie Alston: “The Silver Lining of Unemployment”
  • Noah Bacine: “Overcoming Identity Norms to Break the Glass Ceiling”
  • Catherine Eckel and Rick Wilson (Rice University): “Shopping for Trust”
  • Wei Zhan: “Discrimination and Identity: Using Dictator Games to Gauge Political Preferences”

Congratulations to all of our presenters!