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"How to examine decision behaviour in laboratory, field and natural experiments" 

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Prof. Steffen Andersen, Copenhagen Business School [CV

date: 30-31.05.2022, time: 15.15 - 17.30  2/19@ 

 

The two sessions will combine theory and the practice of experimental economics. Experiments are used when for the research question in hand - no relevant natural can be observed from its natural environments. To overcome this drawback, we will discuss how experiments in the laboratory and the field can help to test theories and hypotheses of behavior. Following the recent trends, we will also discuss the implementation and analysis of field experiments and natural experiments, which take place outside the lab

 

Monday

Introduction to Experimental and Behavioural Economics

Methods in Experimental Economics: lab, field, surveys

Best Practices: Pre-registration, Replication, Documentation, Power analysis.

Key puzzles and findings

 

Tuesday

Criticism of Experimental and Behavioural Economics

Data Analysis and Best Practices

Current Trends in Experimental Economics

 

Proposed Readings:

List, John (2022) “The Voltage Effect: How to Make Good Ideas Great and Great Ideas Scale” 

Bernheim, B. D., DellaVigna, S., & Laibson, D. (2019) "Handbook of Behavioral Economics-Foundations and Applications" 1: Preface

Handbook of Behavioral Economics: Applications and Foundations 1 (link)

Richard H. Thaler and Shlomo Benartzi (2004) “Save More Tomorrow: Using Behavioral Economics to Increase Employee Saving,” Journal of Political Economy, vol. 112, no. 1, https://doi.org/10.1086/380085

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