Note: material for the invited lecture on Experimental Economics within the Master course on Game Theory of the University of Padua (Italy).
Part 1: What is an Economics Experiment? [Slides]
Historical background. Control and replicability. Why run an experiment?
- Smith, V. L. (2002). Method in Experiment: Rhetoric and Reality. Experimental economics, 5(2), 91-110.
Part 2: How to conduct an experiment. [Slides]
Methodology (and things you need to consider).
- Croson, R. (2005). The Method of Experimental Economics. International Negotiation, 10(1), 131-148.
Part 3: From the lab to the Field [Slides]
External and Internal validity, Replicability, lab, online, field. Some example and reflections.
- Roth, A. E. (2010). Is Experimental Economics living up to its Promise. Fréchette. G., A. Schotter (Eds.).