Edited by John B. Davis and D. Wade Hands
Chapter 3: Experimental Economics
3 Experimental economics Ana C. Santos1 3.1 INTRODUCTION Not so long ago economics was considered to be a non-experimental science. This generalized perception has marked the experimental field of economics since its early years. In the 1950s, whe...
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