IREE:2010 Special issue: Experimental Economics in the Classroom

International Review of Economics Education

(IREE), Volume 9, Issue 2, 2010

Editorial
Mike Watts and Ross Guest

Discovering Economics in the Classroom with Experimental Economics and the Scottish Enlightenment
Taylor Jaworski, Vernon Smith and Bart Wilson

Teaching Opportunity Cost in an Emissions Permit Experiment
Charles Holt, Erica Myers, Markus Wrake, Dallas Burtraw and Svante Mandell

Do Classroom Experiments Affect the Number of Economics Enrollments and Majors?
Tisha Emerson and Beck Taylor

Experiential Learning with Experiments
Henrik Egbert and Vanessa Mertins

Patents and R&D: a Classroom Experiment
Amy Diduch

To Work or Not to Work … That is the Question: Labour Market Decisions in the Classroom
Arlene Garces-Ozanne and Phyll Esplin

Using Economic Classroom Experiments
Todd R. Kaplan and Dieter Balkenborg

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New Zealand Economic Papers: Special Issue: Economic Psychology and Experimental Economics

New Zealand Economic Papers: Special Issue: Economic Psychology and Experimental Economics, 2011, Volume 45, Issue 1 & 2, 1-207.

Introduction

Psychology and economics: An introduction to the special issue
Simon Kemp; Gabrielle Wall
Pages 1 – 4
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Research articles

From anecdotes to novels: Reflective inputs for behavioural economics
Peter E. Earl
Pages 5 – 22
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Aspiration formation and satisficing in search with(out) competition
Werner Güth; Torsten Weiland
Pages 23 – 45
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Are conditional cooperators willing to forgo efficiency gains? Evidence from a public goods experiment
M. Vittoria Levati; Matteo Ploner; Stefan Traub
Pages 47 – 57
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Who makes the pie bigger? An experimental study on co-opetition
Juan A. Lacomba; Francisco Lagos; Tibor Neugebauer
Pages 59 – 68
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An experimental examination of the effect of potential revelation of identity on satisfying obligations
Lucy F. Ackert; Bryan K. Church; Shawn Davis
Pages 69 – 80
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Gender differences in trust and reciprocity in repeated gift exchange games
Ananish Chaudhuri; Erwann Sbai
Pages 81 – 95
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Do separation rules matter? An experimental study of commitment
Filip Vesely; Vivian Lei; Scott Drewianka
Pages 97 – 117
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Overcapitalization and cost escalation in housing renovation
Ti-Ching Peng
Pages 119 – 138
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Over-indebtedness and the interplay of factual and mental money management: An interview study
Bernadette Kamleitner; Bianca Hornung; Erich Kirchler
Pages 139 – 160
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Coherence and bidirectional reasoning in complex and risky decision-making tasks
C. Gustav Lundberg
Pages 161 – 181
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Outwit, outplay, outcast? Sex discrimination in voting behaviour in the reality television show Survivor
Gabrielle Wall
Pages 183 – 193
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Ambiguity, the certainty illusion, and the natural frequency approach to reasoning with inverse probabilities
John Fountain; Philip Gunby
Pages 195 – 207
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New Zealand Economic Papers. Special Issue: Laboratory Experiments in Economics, Finance and Political Science

New Zealand Economic Papers. Special Issue: Laboratory Experiments in Economics, Finance and Political Science, 43(2),87-225.

Editorial

Laboratory experiments in economics, finance and political science
Charles Noussair; Maroš Servátka; Steven Tucker
Pages 87 – 88
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Research articles

Trust and reciprocity: implications of game triads and social contexts
James C. Cox
Pages 89 – 104
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Bargaining under large risk – an experimental analysis
Werner Güth; Sabine Kröger; Ernst Maug
Pages 105 – 129
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Anonymity deters collusion in hard-close auctions: experimental evidence
Sascha Füllbrunn; Tibor Neugebauer
Pages 131 – 148
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Prices in experimental asset markets under uncertainty
Carmela Di Mauro
Pages 149 – 163
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The disciplining role of repeated elections: some experimental evidence
Sugato Dasgupta
Pages 165 – 190
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Experimental evidence on advertising and price competition
Ninghua Du
Pages 191 – 202
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Potential competition in the presence of sunk entry costs: an experiment
Utteeyo Dasgupta
Pages 203 – 225
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