Editor's Award for Experimental Economics


Editor's Award Winner for 2016: "A theoretical and experimental appraisal of four risk elicitation methods", Paulo Crosetto & Antonio Filippin, Experimental Economics 19(3), September 2016, pages 613 - 641

Editor's Award Winner for 2015: "Paradoxes and mechanisms for choice under risk", James C. Cox, Vjollca Sadiraj, Ulrich Schmidt, Experimental Economics 18(2), June 2015, pages 215 - 250

Editor's Award Winner for 2014:

Editor's Award Winner for 2013: Jon Anderson, Stephen V. Burks, Jeffrey Carpenter, Lorenz Götte, Karsten Maurer, Daniele Nosenzo , Ruth Potter, Kim Rocha, and Aldo Rustichini, "Self-selection and variations in the laboratory measurement of other-regarding preferences across subject pools: evidence from one college student and two adult samples" , Experimental Economics 16(2), June 2013, pages 170-189

Editor's Award Winner for 2012: Thomas Buser and Noemi Peter, "Multitasking" , Experimental Economics 15(4), December 2012, pages 641-655.

Editor's Award Winner for 2011: John J. Horton, David G. Rand, Richard J. Zeckhauser, "The online laboratory: conducting experiments in a real labor market" , Experimental Economics 14(3), September 2011, pages 399-425

Editor's Award Winner for 2010: Daniel John Zizzo, "Experimenter demand effects in economic experiments" , Vol. 13, 75-98.

Editor's Award Winner for 2009: Glenn Harrison and Elisabet Rutstrom, "Expected Utility Theory and Prospect Theory: One Wedding and a Decent Funeral" , Vol. 12, 133-158.