For names and addresses of experimental economists, a good source are the:
- Laboratorie d'Economie Expérimentale de Montpellier at Montpellier University.
- Center for Experimental Business Research at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
- Laboratory for Economic Management and Auctions (LEMA) at Penn State.
For recruiting subjects (via internet) for lab experiments:
- ORSEE (by Ben Greiner) is a web-based Online Recruitment System, specifically designed for organizing economic experiments. There is a test system online where you can log on without registering. ORSEE will be installed on a local server (ExLab maintains your subject database on their server).
A user manual and installation notes are available as well
- CASSELL from CalTech (via internet). The CalTech lab has been developing both experiment management and experimental software in the past several years. They are due to release a new version of the experiment management/recruiting web application very soon.
For designing, programming and running experiments:
- Ztree Zurich Toolbox for Readymade Economic Experiments (Ztree) is a software software package allows to develop and to carry out economic experiments.
- LabSEE -a new experimental program. This program uses Java as programming environment to conduct experiments over the Internet. The functionality should be similar to Z-tree. The beta version and tutorial will be available soon. Now, you can download version 0.5 with no documentation.
- In addition, some bigger labs (SSEL, CASSEL, ICES, ESI) offer code or programs for free download.
For instance: Veconlab provides about 50 on-line programs for different types of markets/experiments. jMarkets is open software to run markets experiments online.
Experiment Software for Teaching:
- www.EconPort.org from the Experimental Economics Center at Georgia State University provides "an economics digital library specializing in content that emphasizes the use of experiments in teaching and research."
- Games Economists Play: Non-Computerized Classroom-Games for College Economics.
Other interesting links:
- The Association of experimental economics
- Center for Research in Experimental Economics and Political Decision-Making at the University of Amsterdam.
- Economic Science Lab at the University of Arizona.
- Laboratory of Experimental Economics at the University of Bonn.
- The Laboratory for Experimental Economics and Political Science at Cal Tech, directed by Charlie Plott, will soon have an exciting web page.
- Experimental Economics Laboratory at the University of East Anglia.
- Hebrew University of Jerusalem--RatioLab.
- Experimental Economics Laboratory at McMaster University.
- Experimental Economics Research Program at the University of New Mexico.
- Centre for Experimental Economics at the University of York.
- Al Roth's game theory and experimental economics page.
- CASSEL at UCLA