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.