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EXPERIMENTAL SOFTWARE FOR TEACHING

EXPERIMENTAL SOFTWARE FOR TEACHING

Fruit

Free Utilities for Interactive Teaching (FRUIT) is an assortment of applications (Prep and Show) specifically designed to facilitate and complement the use of experiments within the classroom. This program is intended to be an independent platform while also being compatible with existing experimental platforms. FRUIT perfects teaching by generating exercises and presenting results from experimental data.

ESI

ESI develops and distributes free of charge software for professors who are interested in the use of economic experiments as didactic tools.

EconPort

EconPort is an economics digital library specializing in content that emphasizes the use of experiments in teaching and research. Content includes teaching modules, a handbook of economic and game theoretic principles and concepts, a glossary of economics terms, and an extensive collection of educational material, as well as software for running experiments.

Games Economists Play

This website is a resource for instructors of economics who would like to use non-computerized economic experiments (games) in their classrooms. The bulk of the website consists of an extensively annotated and hyperlinked compilation of more than 170 classroom games, most of which can be played within one class period. The purpose of the games is to help teach fundamental micro and macroeconomic concepts.

Veconlab

This website provides about 60 on-line programs, each of which lets you run a particular type of market or game (experiment).

MobLab

This application provides an ample compilation of games that have been the product of experimental research in the fields of economics, psychology, and political science. MobLab enables the user to develop economic games in different mobile platforms. It also offers the possibility of presenting the results in tables and graphics.

UAA Double Auction Software

Developed by the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA), this versatile software is aimed at the design of double auction experiments, including the option of running them in smartphones and tablets.

jMarkets 

jMarkets is an open-source, pure-Java and J2EE compliant project that allows the user to run online market experiments. jMarkets is meant to provide the infrastructure for running large-scale experiments. It is built around a specific theoretical framework, namely, General Equilibrium Theory (GE). This is the branch of Economics that studies large, competitive, interdependent systems.

FEELE

FEELE (Finance and Economics Experimental Laboratory at Exeter) is a website that provides a series of didactic experiments.

SOFTWARE TO DESIGN, PROGRAM, AND RUN LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS

SOFTWARE TO DESIGN, PROGRAM, AND RUN LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS

z-Tree

z-Tree (Zurich Toolbox for Readymade Economic Experiments) is a program that allows the user to develop and run economic experiments. It is one of the most utilized platforms in the centers for experimental economics research around the globe.

ConG

ConG (Continuous-Time Games for Experimental Economics) is a suite of programs developed by LEEPS Lab for running experiments with human subjects who interact strategically in real time. It uses graphics intensively to create a variety of strategic environments, and allows subjects to continuously change and adapt their strategies. ConG has support for running games in both continuous and discrete time, allowing a direct comparison between the two treatments.

LabSEE

LabSEE is a Java-based program intended to execute online experiments. It is similar to the aforementioned z-Tree.

UAA PEET

PEET (Python Experimental Economics Toolkit) is the University of Alaska’s Python-based application and programming framework for multi-player, networked economics experiments. Modeled roughly after Multistage from CalTech and UCLA, it provides a common set of services and user interfaces, such as parameter management, client-server communication, status monitoring, and output data management. Individual experiments can be implemented as Python modules that plug into the framework.

Willow 

Willow is a suite of programs developed by George Mason University that enables the user to run economic experiments using Python. It allows for the quick design of the interface necessary to run economic experiments.

JessX

JessX (Java Experimental and Simulated Stock Exchange) is a free of charge and open-source program particularly designed to run finance experiments.

 

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SOFTWARE TO ORGANIZE LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS

SOFTWARE TO ORGANIZE LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS

ORSEE   

ORSEE is a web-based Online Recruitment System, specifically designed for organizing economic experiments.

AEELab Remote Launcher Package

The remote launcher package enables the user to issue commands to client machines remotely, allowing the user to have full control over the running of an experiment session from a single machine. The remote launcher also includes a simple scripting language allowing the user to run very complex environments with a single key press.

E-nstructions

E-nstructions facilitates the use of electronic instructions in computerized laboratory experiments. This tool has been primarily designed to be used in combination with z-Tree, but it should also work in combination with other experimental programs that help developing and conducting experiments.

 

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