480 Experimental Sociology

Friday, August 3, 2012: 10:45 AM-12:15 PM
OB 24 (Faculty of Economics)

RC33 Logic and Methodology in Sociology (host committee)

Language: English
Session Organizer:
Klarita GËRXHANI, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Social and moral norms in the laboratory (Oral Presentation)
Arthur SCHRAM, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Gary CHARNESS, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA

The emergence of social structure: Employer information networks in an experimental labor market (Oral Presentation)
Klarita GERXHANI, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Jordi BRANDTS, Universitat de Autònoma de Barcelona , Spain; Arthur SCHRAM, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Testing social theory with a survey experiment: Simmel's stranger and social distance (Oral Presentation)
Mariano SANA, Vanderbilt University, USA; Alexander WEINREB, University of Texas at Austin, USA; Guy STECKLOV, Hebrew University, Israel

Crucial case study of case studies (Oral Presentation)
Karmo KROOS, Tallinn University, Estonia

Explaining the survival of guerrilla organizations: The pros and cons of virtual experiments (Distributed Paper)
Stefan DEISSLER, University of Göttingen, Germany