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ECON 380 - Experimental Economics


Fall or Spring (3) Anderson Prerequisite(s): ECON 101 

Experimental economics is a field in which decision making is examined in a controlled laboratory environment. The resulting data are used to evaluate theories and policies that are not easily tested with naturally occurring data. This course surveys experimental research in many fields including decision and game theory, environmental economics, industrial organization, and public economics, and provides a basic framework for designing and conducting experiments.