Recent blog posts

  • New paper in Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control A joint paper with Marcus Giamattei, Jürgen Huber, Johann Graf Lambsdorff and Andreas Nicklisch, titled "Who inflates the bubble? Forecasters and traders in experimental asset markets", has recently been published ...
    Posted Jul 18, 2019, 12:06 AM by Stefan Palan
  • Senator The University of Graz has elected a new senate in which I will serve as a senator from October 2019. I look forward to this new challenge and to working ...
    Posted Aug 3, 2019, 1:00 PM by Stefan Palan
  • Funding for research into post-earnings-announcement drift The Austrian Science Fund (FWF) has decided to fund my joint grant application with Erik Theissen, titled "Experiments on the Post-Earnings-Announcement Drift". In this research proposal, we plan ...
    Posted Mar 21, 2019, 3:55 AM by Stefan Palan
  • Annual report of research platform Our research platform FiRe has just published its annual report. We had a very productive year and report on a lot of research activity, including new initiatives like a public ...
    Posted Feb 5, 2019, 6:37 AM by Stefan Palan
  • Video illustration of recent paper My recently published paper, 'Immaterial and monetary gifts in economic transactions: evidence from the field', has now been made more accessible to the interested scientific community and the general public ...
    Posted Dec 17, 2018, 3:26 AM by Stefan Palan
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Conferences and research stays

Conference/InvitationDateActivity
Experimental Finance 2019, Copenhagen, Denmark 2019-06 Presentation of "Stronger together: Comparing aggregation mechanisms for crowd predictions" 
Nationalökonomische Gesellschaft 2019, Graz, Austria 2019-04 Presentation of "Stronger together: Comparing aggregation mechanisms for crowd predictions" 
Austrian Experimental Economics Workshop 2018, Innsbruck, Austria 2018-09 Presentation of "Stronger together: Comparing aggregation mechanisms for crowd predictions" 
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Accepted and published books and papers

TitleAuthorsPublication outletYearDescription
Who inflates the bubble? Analysts and traders in experimental asset markets. Giamattei, M. | Huber, J. | Lambsdorff, J. | Nicklisch, A. | Palan, S. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control Forthcoming Paper studying the interaction between analysts and traders. 
Does Investor Risk Perception Drive Asset Prices in Markets? Experimental Evidence. Huber, J. | Palan, S. | Zeisberger, S. Journal of Banking and Finance Forthcoming Investigation into investors' perception of risk in a market context. 
To claim or not to claim: Anonymity, reciprocal externalities and honesty Schitter, C. | Fleiss, J. | Palan, S. Journal of Economic Psychology 71, 13-36 2019 Experiment investigating insurance claims under (in)transparency and risk pooling 
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Work in progress

Project/paper titleAuthorsDescriptionWorking paper
Post-Earnings-Announcement Drift and Correlated Earnings Fink, J. | Palan, S. | Theissen, E. Experiment investigating the effect of correlated earnings on post-earnings-announcement drift.  
Is there a premium for socially responsible investments? Freundt, J. | Lange, A. | Nicklisch, A. | Palan, S. Study investigating the pricing of socially responsible investments in a market context.  
Gender wording and its effect on comprehension and behavior in experiments Hofer, C. | Palan, S. Study of how different ways of presenting gender in experimental instructions affects outcomes.  
Status and Reputation in the Field Kirchler, M. | Palan, S. | Rose, J. Natural field experiment studying financial professionals' reaction to messages addressing status and reputation.  
Insider trading legislation and short selling Merl, R. | Palan, S. | Stöckl, T. Paper evaluating the joint effects of two market interventions.  
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