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Experimental Economics

Experimental Economics

A Journal of the Economic Science Association

Editors: L. Gangadharan; C.N. Noussair; M.C. Villleval

ISSN: 1386-4157 (print version)
ISSN: 1573-6938 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10683

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Lata Gangadharan
Department of Economics, Monash University, Australia

Charles N. Noussair
Department of Economics, University of Arizona, USA

Marie Claire Villeval
GATE/CNRS, University of Lyon, France

Advisory Editors:

James Andreoni, University of California, San Diego, USA
Jordi Brandts, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Timothy Cason, Purdue University, USA
David J. Cooper, Florida State University, USA
Catherine Eckel, Texas A&M University, USA
Ernst Fehr, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Jacob K. Goeree, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Charles Holt, University of Virginia, USA
John Kagel, Ohio State University, USA
Charles R. Plott, California Institute of Technology, USA
Alvin E. Roth, Stanford University, USA
Arthur J.H.C. Schram, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Vernon L. Smith, Chapman University, USA

Editorial Board:

Marina Agranov,
California Institute of Technology, USA
Michele Belot, University of Edinburgh, UK
Gary Bolton, University of Texas, Dallas, USA
Monica Capra, Claremont Graduate University, USA
Juan Camilo Cárdenas, University of the Andes, Colombia
Gary Charness, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Yan Chen, University of Michigan, USA
Miguel A. Costa-Gomes, University of St. Andrews, UK
James C. Cox, Georgia State University, USA
John Duffy, University of California, Irvine, USA
Martin Dufwenberg, University of Arizona, USA
Nick Feltovich, Monash University, Australia
Urs Fischbacher, University of Konstanz, Germany
Dan Friedman, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
Yukihiko Funaki, Waseda University, Japan
Simon Gaechter, University of Nottingham, UK
John Hey, University of York, UK
Daniel Houser, George Mason University, UK
Steffen Huck, University College London, UK
R. Mark Isaac, Florida State University, USA
Stephen Leider, University of Michigan, USA
Friederike Mengel, University of Essex, UK
Wieland Müller, University of Vienna, Austria
Theo Offerman, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Ryan Oprea, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Ragan Petrie, Texas A&M University, USA
David H. Reiley, Pandora, USA
Arno Riedl, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Tim Salmon, Southern Methodist University, USA
Martin Sefton, University of Nottingham, UK
Sigrid Suetens, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Chris Starmer, University of Nottingham, UK
Matthias Sutter, University of Cologne, Germany, and University of Innsbruck, Austria
Steven Tucker, Waikato University, New Zealand
Jean-Robert Tyran, University of Vienna, Austria
Lise Vesterlund, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Roberto Weber, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Georg Weizsäcker, Humboldt University, Germany
Nathaniel Wilcox, Chapman University, USA
Tom Wilkening, University of Melbourne, Australia
Erte Xiao, Monash University, Australia
Rami Zwick, University of California, Riverside, USA 

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    Laboratory methods are uniquely suited to the study of many phenomena that have been difficult to observe directly in naturally occurring economic contexts. For example, the ability to induce preferences and control information structures makes it possible to isolate the effects of alternate economic structures, policies, and market institutions. Moreover, some of the behavioral and equilibrium assumptions underlying many economic theories can be tested fruitfully in a controlled laboratory setting.

    Experimental Economics is an international journal that serves the growing group of economists around the world who use laboratory methods. The journal invites high-quality papers in any area of experimental research in economics and related fields (i.e. accounting, finance, political science, and the psychology of decision making). State-of-the-art theoretical work and econometric work that is motivated by experimental data is also encouraged. The journal will also consider articles with a primary focus on methodology or replication of controversial findings.

    The journal will provide a forum for interactive discussions of major issues, by inviting papers and comments on broad topics. In addition, there will be a section devoted to short papers. The Editors will promote the interests of scholars in the field by ensuring a fast turn-around time for short papers and a firm editorial review of misunderstandings that arise in the referee process for papers that use a relatively new methodology.

    Experimental Economics is structured to promote experimental economics by bringing together innovative research that meets professional standards of experimental method, but without editorial bias towards specific orientations. All papers will be reviewed through the standard, anonymous-referee procedure and all accepted manuscripts will be subject to the approval of both editors. Authors are expected to submit separate data and instructions appendices which will be attached to the journal's web page upon publication.

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