Economics | Seminar in Experimental Economics
E427 | 25977 | Walker, J. and Williams

P: E321 and E370 or consent of instructor.
Recommended but not required: E327

Focuses on the use of laboratory experimental methods in applied
microeconomics. Specific application areas will include the analysis
of resource allocation mechanisms for both private and public goods
and individual choice under uncertainty using both human and nonhuman

Meets with E627 and another section of E427