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||A. Willis Robertson Professor of Political Economy
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Software for about 40 web-based experiments run on any PCs
that are connected to the Internet. The administrator's setup menu
available at: http://veconlab.econ.virginia.edu/admin.htm.
For a brief introduction and instructions on obtaining a password, click
here. The software is associated with an undergraduate
experimental economics textbook, forthcoming with Addison-Wesley in 2006.
use prior to publication must be cleared with them, see the cover page
of the pdf file, which contains a Table of Contents and selected sample
and Strategic Behavior: Recipes for Interactive Learning.
of Experimental Economics,
with exactly 2000 listed publications
and almost 500 working papers in experimental economics and social science.
Science: An Experimental Approach for Teaching and Research" This
is based on my Presidential Address to the Southern Economic Association,
Economic Journal, 2003, 69(4), 755-771.
Little Treasures of Game Theory, and Ten Intuitive Contradictions"
(with J. Goeree), which reviews standard categories of games and reports
anomalous results for each, American Economic Review, Decenber 2001,
A new theory of behavior in games
played only once: "A
Model of Noisy Introspection," (with J. Goeree), forthcoming in
and Economic Behavior.
Some dramatic results of high-stakes lottery choice experiments:
Aversion and Incentive Effects" (with Susan Laury) American
Economic Review, December 2002, 1644-1655.
This is a summary of my work on stochastic game theory, written
for a broad scientific audience: "Stochastic
game theory: for playing games, not just for doing theory" (with
J. Goeree), S99 Proc. of the National Academy of Sciences.
If you want to see a game where the data go to the opposite
side of the set of feasible decisions from the unique Nash equilibrium,
Behavior in a Traveler's Dilemma?" (with M. Capra, J. Goeree, and
R. Gomez), American Economic Review, June 1999, 89, 678-90..
You can play the
Traveler's Dilemma on line: http://veconlab.econ.virginia.edu/tddemo.php
Behavior in Binary Choice Games: Entry, Voting, Public Goods, and the Volunteer's
Dilemma," (with J. Goeree), revised June 2003, forthcoming in the
Political Science Review.
Recent experimental studies with various coauthors (the citations for
published versions of these papers can be found on my vita):
to a public good: noise and altruism
games and stochastic potential
price competition and learning dynamics
and inequity aversion
* risk aversion
in matching pennies games
value auctions and risk aversion
value auctions and risk aversion
games and learning
theory, incentives and the "reflection effect"
used to design the 2000 Georgia Irrigation Auction
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