Alexander Filatov (Far Eastern Federal University)
Experimental Economics is a part of economics that researches human behavior and tests the predictions of the economics theory in the conditions of a controlled experiment. The experiments in economics are analogous to the ones in Physics, Chemistry and other natural sciences. The only difference is that their subjects are people who make the economics decisions in experimental laboratories or computer classes where they play games. During the lecture, the audience got introduced to the basics of experimental economics, learned about interesting examples, and took part in some real-life experiments.
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