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Title: Editor's Award Winner for 2008

Description: Raghuram Iyengar and Andrew Schotter, "Learning under Supervision" , vol. 11, no. 2, June 2008.

External Link: http://www.springerlink.com/content/25725550r0l5kv6n/

Category: Editor's Award

Contact: ESA; Email: webmaster@economicscience.org

Posted Date: 2011-04-02; Last Modified Date: 2011-04-02

Title: Editor's Award Winner for 2009

Description: Glenn Harrison and Elisabet Rutstrom, "Expected Utility Theory and Prospect Theory: One Wedding and a Decent Funeral" , Vol. 12, 133-158.

External Link: http://www.springerlink.com/content/r687k047g167380g/

Category: Editor's Award

Contact: ESA; Email: webmaster@economicscience.org

Posted Date: 2011-04-02; Last Modified Date: 2011-04-02

Title: LEEL - LMU Experimental Economics Lab

Description: The LMU Experimental Economics Lab (LEEL) is a central facility in the Economics Department, where we conduct experiments, subject pool sessions, and surveys to study economic decision making and to provide a hands-on and interactive teaching experience for our students. LMU's Economics Department has an outstanding group of faculty members who are experts in Experimental Economics. The LEEL is a dedicated, state-of-the-art experimental lab with custom-made lab furniture. The lab is located in University Hall in rooms 4226, 4228, and 4230; the rooms can be used as one large open space, or they can be divided into two or three sections. We have 3 servers and 30 client laptops, that can be connected in all possible different combinations. The laptops run Windows XP and experiments are usually programmed in ZTree. The access to software and peripherals on all client laptops can be controlled through Netsupport from the servers. The lab is mobile and can be set up in a wired or wireless configuration in UNH 4226-4230 (or elsewhere on campus); the facilities also allow to conduct paper-and-pen experiments. The lab is equipped with projection facilities in each section and a sound system.

External Link: http://bellarmine2.lmu.edu/econlab/index.html

Category: Laboratories

Contact: Dorothea Herreiner; Email: dherreiner@lmu.edu

Posted Date: 2011-04-02; Last Modified Date: 2011-04-05

Title: E-nstructions: A Tool for Electronic Instructions in Laboratory Experiments

Description: E-nstructions facilitates the use of electronic instructions in computerized laboratory experiments in social sciences. This tool has been primarily designed to be used in combination with z-Tree (Fischbacher, 2007), but it should work in combination with other experimental softwares which help developing and conducting experiments. E-nstructions consists of two small programs. First, a settings program allows the experimenter to easily configure how to assign instructions to participants and how participants can navigate through the instructions. Second, the E-nstructions program enables participants to toggle between their instructions and the client application of the experimental software (e.g. z-Leaf) according to the configured settings. E-nstructions displays experimental instructions in PdF format.

External Link: http://www.e-nstructions.de

Category: Experimental Software

Contact: Katrin Schmelz; Email: katrin.schmelz@gmail.com

Posted Date: 2011-04-04; Last Modified Date: 2012-01-11

Title: z-Tree

Description: z-Tree is a software for developing and conducting economic experiments.

External Link: http://www.iew.uzh.ch/ztree

Category: Experimental Software

Contact: Urs Fischbacher; Email: urs.fischbacher@uni-konstanz.de

Posted Date: 2011-04-05; Last Modified Date: 2011-04-05

Title: Lakelab: University of Konstanz (D)

Description: Lab of the Thurgau Institute of Economic at the University of Konstanz, operated by the group of Urs Fischbacher
28 seats

External Link: http://www.uni-konstanz.de/FuF/fischbacher/

Category: Laboratories

Contact: Urs Fischbacher; Email: urs.fischbacher@uni-konstanz.de

Posted Date: 2011-04-05; Last Modified Date: 2011-04-05

Title: LEEL - Laval Experimental Economics Laboratory (Laval University, Quebec city, Canada)

Description: The LEEL is an experimental economics laboratory at the economics department of Laval University in Quebec city (Canada). Providing research and teaching facilities, the LEEL contributes to the advancement of research and the formation of students in economics. Researchers that conduct experiments at the LEEL investigate a variety of questions covering different topics, e.g. market institutions, (social) preferences, decision making, voting mechanisms, and other topics related to the social sciences. Please visit the LEEL webpage at leel.ecn.ulaval.ca.

External Link: http://leel.ecn.ulaval.ca

Category: Laboratories

Contact: Sabine Kröger; Email: Sabine.Kroger@ecn.ulaval.ca

Posted Date: 2011-04-05; Last Modified Date: 2012-01-11

Title: CREED - Center for Research in Experimental Economics and political Decision making

Description: The Center for Research in Experimental Economics and political Decision making is a research institute at the Amsterdam School of Economics, University of Amsterdam. CREED was founded in 1991 and currently has two labs, one with 36 cubicles and one with 24 cubicles, with a reception room in between. Both laboratories are connected to the same network and fileserver which makes it possible to run sessions with up to 60 participants. The computers in the larger lab have Windows XP installed, the computers in the smaller lab are MacBooks which can run mac OSX and Windows. The MacBooks are also available for outside-the-lab experiments using a wireless network. The experiments mostly use software developed by CREED’s programmer or php-mysql developed by the researchers themselves; occasionally Z-tree is used.

External Link: http://www1.fee.uva.nl/creed/

Category: Laboratories

Contact: Arthur Schram; Email: schram@uva.nl

Posted Date: 2011-05-04; Last Modified Date: 2011-12-26

Title: Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science at George Mason University

Description: The Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science (ICES) brings together researchers and students interested in using the methods of experimental economics to answer research questions from a variety of fields. Using both laboratory and field experiments, research at ICES has been conducted in such areas as public choice, development, bargaining, neuroscience, and economic systems design (ESD). The Center was founded in 2001 by Vernon Smith (2002 Nobel Laureat in Economics). The main ICES laboratories are located in room 135 of the Science and Technology II building on the Fairfax campus. One lab contains 40 computer terminals and a smaller lab contains 16 computer terminals. The majority of economics experiments take place at this location. ICES also utilizes facilities in the Truland building on the Arlington campus. The Center for the Study of Neuroeconomics (CSN) has access to an Allegra 3T fMRI scanner, which reveals the location of brain activity in real-time by measuring hemodynamic response as subjects engage in economic decision making. The BeNeuro laboratory at the Krasnow Institute contains 16 computer terminals for use in economic experiments. Additionally, CSN owns Terraeconomicus, an island in the virtual world of Second Life®. It is home to George Mason University’s only virtual course, Economics of the Metaverse, where lessons, field trips, and presentations are completed from within the virtual world. Please visit our recruiter page to learn more and to sign up to be a participant in ICES experiments.

External Link: http://ices.gmu.edu/about-2

Category: Laboratories

Contact: Stan Tsirulnikov; Email: stsiruln@gmu.edu

Posted Date: 2011-05-16; Last Modified Date: 2011-12-26

Title: ICES Experimental Economics Seminar Schedule

Description: Seminars are held in room 648, Truland Building, on GMU's Arlington campus, from 4:00-5:30pm. Please visit our Seminar archive to see previous speakers and topics.

External Link: http://ices.gmu.edu/seminars/seminar-schedule

Category: Master/PhD programs

Contact: Stan Tsirulnikov; Email: stsiruln@gmu.edu

Posted Date: 2011-05-16; Last Modified Date: 2011-12-26

Title: Center for Behavioral and Experimental Economic Science at UT-Dallas

Description: The Center for Behavioral and Experimental Economic Science is a venue for bringing together faculty and students who meet the highest standards for experimental research on human behavior in economic settings. Although most economists focus on aggregates, such as markets, experimental economic research studies individual behavior that may differ from the behavior of aggregates. The Center features a state-of-the-science laboratory with over 30 computers in both fixed and reconfigurable spaces for face-to-face and paper-pencil research. The Center also hosts seminars and workshops that bring together leading experimentalists in the social and behavioral sciences from the United States and other countries. Ultimately, the mission of the Center is to significantly advance the knowledge and understanding of the choices that people make in settings involving markets, negotiation, and trade and production relationships.

External Link: http://cbees.utdallas.edu

Category: Laboratories

Contact: Catherine Eckel; Email: eckelc@utdallas.edu

Posted Date: 2011-05-26; Last Modified Date: 2011-12-26

Title: University of Tasmania

Description: The University of Tasmania has invested in new experimental laboratory with two rooms of 8 networked machines in each. The laboratory is available for academic interested in sabbatical or short research visits to the School.

External Link: http://www.utas.economicexperiments.com

Category: Laboratories

Contact: John Tisdell; Email: john.tisdell@utas.edu.au

Posted Date: 2011-06-15; Last Modified Date: 2012-01-11

Title: Editor's Award Winner for 2010

Description: Daniel John Zizzo, Experimenter demand effects in economic experiments, Vol. 13, 75-98.

External Link: http://www.springerlink.com/content/l532116ut6186851/

Category: Editor's Award

Contact: ESA; Email: webmaster@economicscience.org

Posted Date: 2011-07-12; Last Modified Date: 2011-07-12

Title: ESA at ASSA Chicago (January 2012)

Description: Cocktail Party for ESA Members and Friends Jan 07, 2012 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Hyatt Regency, Gold Coast Economic Science Association (Light snacks, cash bar) Jan 06, 2012 10:15 am, Hyatt Regency, Atlanta Economic Science Association Stochastic Choice under Risk: Economic and Psychological Views (D8) Presiding: Nathaniel Wilcox (Chapman College) Using Decision Field theory to Account for the Stochastic as Well as the Dynamic Properties of Choice under Risk Jerome Busemeyer (Indiana University) Stochastic Choice Models and Realistic Decision Processes Graham Loomes (University of Warwick, UK) An Empirical Evaluation of Two Stochastic Choice Models Michael Birnbaum (California State University-Fullerton) A Comparison of Several Models of Stochastic Binary Choice under Risk Nathaniel Wilcox (Chapman University) Jan 06, 2012 2:30 pm, Hyatt Regency, Atlanta Economic Science Association Communication, Conscience, and Efficiency (C7) Presiding: Gary Charness (University of California-Santa Barbara) Coordination and Credible Leadership David Cooper (Florida State University) John Hamman (Carnegie Mellon University) Roberto Weber (Carnegie Mellon University) The Effect of Communication on Contract Type and Performance Jordi Brandts (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) Gary Charness (University of California, Santa Barbara) Matthew Ellman (Institut d’Anàlisi Econòmica) Conscience Accounting Uri Gneezy (University of California-San Diego) Alex Imas (University of California-San Diego) Chat, Continuous Time, and Public Goods Gary Charness (University of California-Santa Barbara) Dan Friedman (University of California-Santa Cruz) Ryan Oprea (University of British Columbia) Jan 07, 2012 10:15 am, Hyatt Regency, Skyway 260 History of Economics Society/Economic Science Association Reflecting on Twenty-Five Years of the Economic Science Association (B2) Presiding: Harro Maas (University of Utrecht) Historical Perspective on ESA's First Quarter Century Andrej Svorencik (University of Utrecht) The Prologue to ESA from Today's Perspective John Kagel (Ohio State University) Structural Changes to ESA in 1995-1997: The Journal and International Meetings Thomas Palfrey (California Institute of Technology) Making ESA International Martin Weber (University of Mannheim) Discussants: Vernon Smith (Chapman University) Steven Medema (University of Colorado-Denver) Jan 07, 2012 12:30 pm, Hyatt Regency, Hong Kong Economic Science Association Market Dynamics (D4) Presiding: Ryan Oprea (University of British Columbia) The Nature of Excess: Using Randomized Treatments to Investigate Price Dynamics Michael Price (University of Tennessee) Marshall and Walras: The Dynamics of Equilibration in the Continuous Double Auction Market Charles Plott (Caltech) A Dynamic General Equilibrium Approach to Asset Pricing Experiments John Duffy (University of Pittsburgh) Sean Crockett (Baruch College, CUNY) Market Dynamics and Strategic Dynamics Ryan Oprea (University of British Columbia)

External Link:

Category: Conferences/Workshops

Contact: Tim Cason; Email: cason@purdue.edu

Posted Date: 2011-12-21; Last Modified Date: 2011-12-26

Title: NZEEL -- New Zealand Experimental Economics Laboratory

Description: Located in the College of Business and Economics at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. The laboratory is a state-of-the-art facility with 36 fully partitioned work stations and separate experiment control room. NZEEL is available for use by UC staff members, visiting researchers and graduate students.

External Link: http://www.nzeel.canterbury.ac.nz/index.shtml

Category: Laboratories

Contact: Maroš Servátka; Email: maros.servatka@canterbury.ac.nz

Posted Date: 2012-05-06; Last Modified Date: 2012-05-08

Title: PCRC Decision Making Laboratory

Description: PCRC Decision Making Laboratory is a part of the Public Choice Research Centre of the University of Turku. It is a resource for controlled and economically incentiviced decision making experiments in the social sciences. The experiments conducted in the laboratory have mainly related to economics and political science. The laboratory consists of 20 computer terminals in isolated cublicles and a subject pool of about 550 subjects form a variety of disciplines administered by ORSEE. The laboratory is located at the UTU campus area.

External Link: http://www.utu.fi/en/units/soc/units/pcrc/Pages/home.aspx

Category: Laboratories

Contact: Kaisa Herne; Email: kaisa.herne@utu.fi

Posted Date: 2013-01-30; Last Modified Date: 2013-01-30

Title: GATE (Group of Economic Theory and Analysis)– CNRS and University of Lyon, France

Description: GATE is a research center that brings together researchers and PhD students at the University of Lyon. GATE is part of the CORTEX Laboratory of Excellence for research in neuroeconomics. One of its four departments develops research in behavioral economics, especially regarding individual and social preferences and a variety of fields. GATE has two connected and contiguous experimental labs with 30 computers in total. One lab is equipped with Biopac devices that allow us to take electrophysiological measures on 12 players simultaneously (skin conductance responses). In addition, GATE owns a mobile lab with 20 computers. A full-time programmer programs the protocols.

External Link: http://www.gate.cnrs.fr/spip.php?rubrique79

Category: Laboratories

Contact: Marie Claire Villeval; Email: villeval@gate.cnrs.fr

Posted Date: 2013-04-20; Last Modified Date: 2016-12-12

Title: SoPHIE - Software Platform for Human Interaction Experiments

Description: SoPHIE is a web-based software to conduct experiments in the lab as well as over the internet. Researchers can build simple experiments from ready-made components but also build individual solutions and extend the software using the wide-spread programming langages PHP and JavaScript when required.

External Link: http://www.sophie.uos.de

Category: Experimental Software

Contact: Achim Hendriks; Email: achim.hendriks@uos.de

Posted Date: 2013-09-09; Last Modified Date: 2013-09-13

Title: VCEE - Vienna Center for Experimental Economics

Description: The Vienna Center for Experimental Economics (VCEE) was formally established in January 2011. It is an institution of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics at the University of Vienna. The purpose of the Center is to provide infrastructure for conducting experimental research at the University of Vienna and is a forum for the discussion and exchange of ideas. It maintains a 150 m2 state-of-the-art experimental laboratory located on the premises of the university campus that includes 28 workstations and a control room. Experimentalists from outside our faculty, outside our university and outside Austria are welcome to apply for using the laboratory facilities of the VCEE. Internal staff are available to take care of managing and carrying out experiments.

External Link: vcee.univie.ac.at

Category: Laboratories

Contact: Owen Powell; Email: vcee@univie.ac.at

Posted Date: 2013-10-27; Last Modified Date: 2013-10-31

Title: FEEL - The Finance and Economics Experimental Laboratory, WISE, Xiamen University, China

Description: FEEL is an experimental economics and finance laboratory at the Wang Yanan Institute for Studies in Economics (WISE), Xiamen University, China. FEEL is located in the Economics Building and is made up of a lab for data collection and a separate control room where researchers can observe experimental sessions without distracting the subjects. The data collection lab has custom-made lab furniture. 35 subject terminals with computers are housed within privacy carrels. The computers run Windows XP and software used in the lab for conducting experiments such as z-Tree, BASA, and GEM. In addition, projection facilities and a sound system are installed for delivery and control of private and public information. FEEL uses ORSEE for subject recruitment, and has a subject pool of over 1200 students in Xiamen University. External researchers interested in collaborative work using the laboratory facilities are welcome to contact us.

External Link: http://feel.xmu.edu.cn/

Category: Laboratories

Contact: Jason Shachat; Email: jason{dot}shachat{at}gmail{dot}com

Posted Date: 2013-11-25; Last Modified Date: 2013-11-25

Title: PhD in Behavioural and Experimental Economics

Description: PhD in Behavioural and Experimental Economics The Department of Economics at the University of Essex invites applications for our 3-4 year PhD programme. We are looking for applicants interested in Behavioural and Experimental Economics. For further information about the Department of Economics, please see http://www.essex.ac.uk/economics/default.aspx Information about Essex Lab can be found here http://www.essex.ac.uk/essexlab/default.aspx Please apply using this link https://www.essex.ac.uk/pgapply/enter.aspx For further information please contact Debbie Hall (dhall@essex.ac.uk)

External Link: https://www.essex.ac.uk/pgapply/enter.aspx

Category: Master/PhD programs

Contact: Debbie Hall; Email: dhall@essex.ac.uk

Posted Date: 2013-11-29; Last Modified Date: 2013-11-29

Title: ESSEXLab

Description:

  • The Lab's main room has 32 isolated booths (32 PCs running Windows OS) with full multimedia capabilities including headsets and microphones.
  • The Lab is controlled from the experimenter office with one-way glass to the main room.
  • The main room in the Lab can be divided into two soundproofed smaller rooms which will accommodate 16 students each.
  • This room is also equipped with two master computers controlling two video projectors and two TV screens.
  • The Lab features stereo speaker and wireless microphone audio equipment, as well as silent mice.
  • Eye-tracking hardware is available on request.
  • A mobile laboratory with 32 iPads is also available for research and teaching purposes.

External Link: http://essexlab.essex.ac.uk

Category: Laboratories

Contact: David Hugh-Jones; Email: dhughj@essex.ac.uk

Posted Date: 2013-11-29; Last Modified Date: 2013-11-29

Title: MSC Behavioural Economics

Description: Study an MSC in Behavioural Economics at the University of Essex, the UK's leading university in the Social Sciences. Our Department of Economics maintains a world-class reputation for our outstanding quality research and teaching. We were ranked joint third in the UK in the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE, December 2008), reflecting our well-established reputation for excellence. Many of our staff, who are world-renowned experts in their fields, have been elected to leadership roles in learned societies and have been editors of leading economics journals.

External Link: http://www.essex.ac.uk/coursefinder/course_details.aspx?course=MSC+L11912

Category: Master/PhD programs

Contact: Debbie Hall; Email: dhall@essex.ac.uk

Posted Date: 2013-11-29; Last Modified Date: 2013-12-06

Title: t-Tree: Tokyo Toolbox for Readymade Economic Experiments

Description: t-Tree (Kazumori (2005)) is a software developed for experimental studies of auctions of heterogeneous objects such as Vickrey auctions, simultaneous ascending auctions, ascending proxy auctions, and clock-proxy auctions. The software implements combinatorial auction algorithms to allow experiments in realistic situations that involve a large number of objects and bidders. The software is entirely web-based and does not require any installation and programming experiences. The contribution of the software is to complement z-Tree by providing the auction software for the economics research community as public goods.

External Link: http://ttree.kazumori.net

Category: Experimental Software

Contact: Eiichiro Kazumori; Email: ekazumori@gmail.com

Posted Date: 2013-12-06; Last Modified Date: 2013-12-06

Title: Global Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference (GIBA 2014)

Description: Welcome to the official website of the Global Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference (GIBA 2014), which will be held during May 15-18, 2014, in city of Clearwater Beach, Tampa, Florida, USA. GIBA 2014 aims to bring together researchers, scientists, scholar and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects of Business and Economics, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.This conference is organized and sponsored by University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee,USA.Please visit the website. http://gibaconference.org/ The conference will be held every year to make it an ideal platform for people to share views and experiences in these topics and related areas. English is the official language of the conference.We welcome paper submissions.

External Link: http://gibaconference.org/

Category: Conferences/Workshops

Contact: serdar Ongan; Email: serdarongan@sar.usf.edu

Posted Date: 2014-01-11; Last Modified Date: 2014-01-11