Experimental Economics Virtual Issue

In addition to the wealth of conference content, we are delighted to offer all delegates an invaluable Virtual Issue on Experimental Economics, featuring free journal articles from across the Wiley Economics publishing program.  This virtual issue will be available for 30 days after the conference has finished.  Simply click on the article titles below to read the papers online today.

Neuroeconomics: Investigating the Neurobiology of Choice
Carsten Murawski
Australian Economic Review

THE EFFECTS OF FEEDBACK ON SELF-ASSESSMENT
Marion Eberlein, Sandra Ludwig, Julia Nafziger
Bulletin of Economic Research

Experimental Economics: Rethinking the Rules
Tom Wilkening
Economic Record

The Impact of Simple Institutions in Experimental Economies with Poverty Traps
C. Mónica Capra, Tomomi Tanaka, Colin F. Camerer, Lauren Feiler, Veronica Sovero, Charles N. Noussair
The Economic Journal

From the Journal of Economic Surveys, Volume 25, Issue 2, April 2011:
WHAT’S TO KNOW? REMAINING QUESTIONS FOR EMPIRICAL RESEARCH
T.D. Stanley

WHAT’S TO KNOW ABOUT HYPOTHETICAL BIAS IN STATED PREFERENCE VALUATION STUDIES?
John Loomis

WHAT’S TO KNOW ABOUT LABORATORY EXPERIMENTATION IN ECONOMICS?
Nick Feltovich

USING STATA FOR APPLIED RESEARCH: REVIEWING ITS CAPABILITIES
Christopher F. Baum, Mark E. Schaffer and Steven Stillman

Managerial economics: a forward looking assessment
Paul H. Rubin, Antony W. Dnes
Managerial and Decision Economics

BACK TO THE ORDINALIST REVOLUTION: BEHAVIORAL ECONOMIC CONCERNS IN EARLY MODERN CONSUMER CHOICE THEORY
D. Wade Hands
Metroeconomica

Marktdesign und Experimentelle Wirtschaftsforschung
Axel Ockenfels
Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik

Explore the full Wiley Economics books and journals programme online at www.wiley.com/go/economics  Don’t forget!  All delegates who complete the post-conference survey will receive an official Certificate of Attendance and the Delegates Discount Code, entitling you to 20% off all books from wiley.com.

6 responses

16 11 2011
zaheer khan kakar

i am enjoying the proceedings

the paper “WHAT’S TO KNOW? REMAINING QUESTIONS FOR EMPIRICAL RESEARCH” is a excellent piece of work for me. it is a very simple explaniation of a complex question.

16 11 2011
Omofaiye Moses Amos

May I say this is my first time of hearing the field of neuroeconomics,and I really think it will endenger d credibility of economic theories especially those that aims at explaining human decision-making processes.But we all know that correlation tests are not so valued in conventional economics,can’t your team try backing it with stronger tools especially those that express causality.Moreover,the heavy equipments required for the field will likely make it unaccessible for young researchers.

16 11 2011
Omofaiye Moses Amos

The paper on self-assessment is one that augurs my belief on the usefulness of feedback mechanisms.The question is won’t be more informative to use subjects that have enjoined positive feedback continuously for an appreciable period of time?

17 11 2011
Alexandra Popescu

The paper “Neuroeconomics: Investigating the Neurobiology of Choice” has captured my particular attention. I am writing my PhD thesis on “Behavioural determinants of tax compliance” and I would like to dedicate a section to the neural determinants in the process of decision making. Paying taxes is all about decision. This is why I consider that throughout the help of neuroeconomics (still an odd and puzzling combination for many), I could develop a model of tax decision making. Thank you for this article!

1 12 2011
Dr. Ravinder Rena

Dear Organisers
I am glad to note that the conference was successful. I looked at the Conference Attendance certificate. It does not have signatures of the Organizing committee. Indeed, any one can have that word format of certificate. So I advise that all the participants may be issued a certificate in a scanned copy or in the PDF along with the signatures of the Organizing committee and names of the participants along with their affiliation.
Regards
Dr. Ravinder Rena
Namibia

1 12 2011
Anton Viesel

Dr Rena, thank you for your message. We’re happy to provide signed and scanned certificates on request. Logistically, we weren’t able to produce individualized certificates to distribute. Best wishes, Anton

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