5th Conference “Economic Psychology”

The 5th Conference “Economic Psychology” took place from 13-14 May 2011 in Krakow (Organizer: Department of Financial Markets of the University of Economics in Krakow
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Conference programme:

Friday, May 13, 2011- Hall 5, Pavilion D
8.30 – 9.15 Registration
9.15 – 9.30 Conference opening
9:30 – 10.45 Session I – Behavioral Finance
1. What does the perception curve (values) look like?
Mgr Inż. Krzysztof Kontek, Artal Investments
2. Investment risk – Psychological and financial perspective
Dr. Elżbieta Kubińska, Department of Financial Markets, University of Economics in Krakow,
Dr. Łukasz Markiewicz, Department of Economic Psychology, Leon Kozminski Academy
3. Momentum among Polish public investment funds
Dr. Michał Grotowski, Department of Financial Markets, University of Economics in Krakow,
4. Effect of ease of evaluation and heuristics of affection
W.K. Jakub Traczyk, Prof. Tomasz Zaleśkiewicz, Department of Economic Psychology, University of Social Psychology, Local Faculty in Wrocław

10.45 – 11.05 Coffee break
11:05 – 12.20 Session II – Consumer Behaviour
1. Psychographic segmentation of the travel services market based on the Customer’s cognitive representation system
Dr. Barbara Dobrzańska-Socha, Department of Management in Tourism, Jagiellonian University
2. Quantitative promotion as a strategy game
Prof. UEP Dr. Hab. Sławomir Kalinowski, Department of Microeconomics, University of Economics in Poznań
3. Brand attachment – what does the product type matter?
Dr Hab. Anna Maria Zawadzka, Institute of Psychology, University of Gdansk
4. How to support consumers in buying healthy food? The relationship between labels, consumer characteristics and their choices
Dr Grażyna Wąsowicz-Kiryło, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw and
Małgorzata Styśko-Kunkowska UW, Joerg Koenigstorfer and Andrea Groeppel-Klein Saarland University, Germany

12.20 – 12.30 Break
12.30 – 13.45 Session III – Moral aspects of economic behaviour
1. Trust in economic interactions
Prof. T. Tyszka Akademia LeonKoźmiński, Dr Anna Macko ALK, Dr. Marcin Malawski ALK 2. Impact of perspective in low and high probability conditions on taxpayer behaviour: moderate role of tax morality
Dr. Małgorzata Niesiobędzka, Institute of Psychology, University of Gdansk,
Prof. Tomasz Zaleśkiewicz, SWPS, WZ Wrocław
3. Ethical investing in Poland
Dr Monika Czerwonka, Warsaw School of Economics
4. Distorting moral assessments by entrepreneurs
Dr Sabina Kołodziej, Leon Kozminski Academy

13.45 – 14.45 Lunch (Ustronie Pavilion, Canteen, 1st floor)
14.45 – 16.15 Session IV – Money Psychology
1. Effects of activating the idea of money and preferences and prosocial behaviour in children
Dr Agata Gąsiorowska, Institute of Organization and Management, Wrocław University of Technology and SWPS WZ Wrocław, Prof. Tomasz Zaleskiewicz, Sandra Winb, SWPS WZ Wrocław
2. Self-esteem and attitudes towards money and satisfaction with the lives of women and men of different ages
Dr. Grażyna Wąsowicz-Kiryło, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw
3. Will money make us immortal? Value money in the context of the theory of scare
Prof. Tomasz Zaleskiewicz, SWPS, WZ Wrocław, Dr Agata Gąsiorowska, PW and SWPS, WZ Wrocław, Aleksandra Łuszczyńska, SWPS and University of Colorado, Tom Pyszczynski, University of Colorado
4. Wealth – a state of soul or wallet? About the psychological conditions of financial satisfaction
Prof. UW, PhD. Dominika Maison, Department of Personality Psychology, University of Warsaw
5. The concept of money in Polish law and the understanding of money in Arab countries
Dr Magdalena Frańczuk, Department of Public Law, University of Economics in Krakow

16.15 – 16.30 Coffee break
16.30 – 17.00 Poster Session (6 posters)
17.00 – 17.30 Panel: Children in the process of consumption – new challenges for economic psychology.
Participants: Prof. Dr Hab. Tadeusz Tyszka, Prof. UŚ Dr. Hab. Margaret Górnik-Durose, Prof. SWPS dr hab. Tomasz Zaleśkiewicz, Leading: Prof. UG Dr Hab. Anna Maria Zawadzka

17.30 – 18.00 ASPE meeting

19.00 – … Gala Dinner (Wedding Restaurant, Main Square 10)

Saturday, May 14, 2011 – Senate Hall, Main Building
9:30 – 11.15 Session I – Work / Entrepreneurship
1. Analysis of selected psychophysical characteristics of business people – experimental approach
Dr Przemysław Kusztelak, Faculty of Economics, University of Warsaw
2. The importance of remuneration fairness in the context of wage satisfaction
Mgr Ewa Bochyńska-Śmigielska, Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University
3. Between trust and control
Dr. Lech Górniak, PhD. Marek Motyka, Department of Psychology and Didactics, University of Economics in Krakow
4. Processes attributable to corporate success
Dr. Oleg Gorbaniuk, Mgr Dawid Gonerski, Institute of Psychology, Catholic University of Lublin John Paul II
5. Types of workaholism and attempt to explain them psychologically
Dr. Diana Malinowska, Ph.D. Aleksandra Tokarz, Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University
6. Creating training programs for former embedded people based on the psychological profile of entrepreneurs
Dr. Grzegorz Banerski, MillwardBrown SMG/KRC

11.15 – 11.35 Coffee break
11:35 – 12.50 Session II – Experimental Economics: Social Preferences
1. The tendency to share a fair, equal division in economic decisions in children and participation in co-op training and competition
Dr. Anna Hełka, Prof. Tomasz Zaleśkiewicz, Katarzyna Kulik, Karolina Sebastiańczyk, Anna Olszańska, Centre for Economic Behavior Research, SWPS WZ Wrocław
2. Auto-selection in the online p-Beuty Contest game
Dr Tomasz Kopczewski, University of Warsaw
3. Strategies for choosing in an endorsement vote. Experimental approach
Prof. Dr Hab. Honorary Sosnowska, Department of Mathematics and Mathematics Economics, SGH
4. Coase theoremem at the allocation of pollution emission rights – experimental studies
Robert Pabierowski, University of Economics in Wrocław, Scientific Circle of Experimental Economics EXECON
12.50 – 13.00 Summary and conclusion of the conference

List of posters

1. Selected aspects of the economic socialisation of Ukrainian preschool children
Dr. Inessa Filipov, Department of Psychology, State University of Volyn Łesi Ukrainki
2. Economic success and happiness. Psychological research of entrepreneurs
Dr. Katarzyna Biegańska, Institute of Psychology, University of Łódź
3. Economic knowledge of young people – comparison of research results from Poland and the United States mgr Agata Trzcińska, Aleksandra Świerczewska, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw
4. Impact of framing and consumer mood on product, brand, advertising and manufacturer ratings in CRM and commercial advertising
Mgr Magdalena Poraj-Weder, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw
5. Self-regulation (orientation and change) relationship with the way consumer decisions are made when choosing hedonistic and uthytic product
Mgr Martyna Wojtaś, Mgr Anna Szabowska-Walaszczyk, Prof. Dr Hab. Anna Maria Zawadzka, Institute of Psychology, University of Gdansk,
6. Temperament and psychological gender and workaholism
Dr Hab. Aleksandra Tokarz, Dr. Diana Malinowska, Monika Trzebińska, Marta Marchel, Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University.