The Experimental Economics Laboratory is a research and teaching facility available for use by affiliated faculty and graduate students. It consists of 40 subject stations each of which is equipped with a personal computer. For information about using the laboratory, please contact Todd Swarthout.
The Experimental Economics Center also has a portable laboratory consisting of 32 ultra portable notebooks, a notebook server, and wireless LAN. With travel cases specially designed to transport this equipment, research experiments and teaching workshops can be conducted anywhere in the world.
Our team is available to answer any inquiries about our research or to provide support for our software via phone from 8:30 AM to 5:15 PM Eastern Time, Monday-Friday.
Meet our Team
Learn more about the faculty and staff that make up the Experimental Economics Center, including our international network of affiliated faculty.
Download experimental software, via EconPort.org, which models economic experiments for use in the classroom or academic study.