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Department of Economics

Laboratory for experimental and behavioral economics

The department hosts the world-renowned Laboratory for Experimental and Behavioral Economics, which provides an excellent infrastructure for conducting experimental research.

Our unique group laboratories are equipped with a large set of networked computers on which participants can be tested simultaneously in interactive settings. Our facilities it possible to run large scale behavioral studies time-efficiently, while ensuring full experimental control.

Current research performed at the laboratory comprises a wide range of topics, including behavioral economics, fairness and reciprocity, team decision-making, neuroeconomics, pharmacological studies, genetic studies, auctions and markets, labor and health economics, and organizational design.

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Behavioral Computer Lab

Computer Laboratories

Behavioral and experimental studies can be performed in our unique group laboratories.

Participant pool

If you are interested in participating in our studies, please register into our participant pool at the centralized "Universitäre Anmeldestelle für Studienteilnehmende (UZH/ETH)". The UAST recruits participants for our laboratory, as well as the Laboratory for Social and Neural Systems (SNS) and the Decision Science Laboratory (DeSciL) institute at the ETH Zurich.

Laboratory Coordination

Cornelia Schnyder
Elena Boldin
Phone: +41 44 634 59 18