During the weekend of February 15-17, there will be an intensive mini-course in experimental economics. The course is targeted primarily to graduate students in economics but will be open and accessible to all graduate students (and faculty) with an inquiring mind and the curiosity to create (lab) data to help answer economic and psychological questions.
The course will be taught by Rosemarie Nagel (Universitat Pompeu Fabra-ICREA and GBSE) who is currently visiting at New York University. The three days will include five two-hour lectures, participation in classic experiments both via internet and in the lab, and work on students’ projects.
The program is available here and the classes will take place in Room 1027 at the International Affairs building. Pre-registration is necessary.