Masaryk University Experimental Economics Laboratory

Masaryk University Experimental Economics Laboratory (MUEEL) was established during autumn 2015 as a result of several years of research activities in an area of experimental economics. In November 2016 MUEEL transformed from a free group of academics of Faculty of Economics and Administration into an established research institute of the faculty. In October 2017 we opened two state-of-the-art laboratories. 


MUEEL members take a part in the investigation of multiple research projects as principal investigators or co-investigators.

Czech Science Fundation
 Grant Agency of the Masaryk university: Interdisciplinary Research Projects
Specific Research Grant Projects
MU Development Fund



Research seminars and guests:
  • March 2018 - Joseph Vecci (University of Gothenburg): Do Gender Quotas Damage Hierarchical Relationships? Evidence from Labor Market Experiments
  • February 2018 - Agne Kajackaite (WZB Berlin): Lying about Luck versus Lying about Performance 
  • January 2018 - Mirco Tonin (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano): Paying for what kind of performance? Incentive pay and multitasking in mission-oriented jobs
  • December 2017 - Ann-Kathrin Koessler (Osnabrück University): Commitment to Pay Taxes: A Field Experiment on the Importance of Promise
  • November 2017 - Matěj Lorko (Macquarie Graduate School of Management): The effect of anchors on task duration estimates
  • October 2017 - Rainer Michael Rilke (WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management): Hierarchies and honesty
  • October 2017 - James Alm (Tulane University): Is Economics Useful for Public Policy?
  • July 2017 - David Masclet (University of Rennes 1):  Discrimination in the Workplace - Experimental Evidence
  • April 2017 - Vojtěch Bartoš (Ludwig-Maxmilians-Universität München): Contract enforcement and trustworthiness across ethnic groups: Experimental evidence from Northern Afghanistan
  • March 2017 - Ben Greiner (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien): Dispute resolution or escalation? The strategic gaming of feedback withdrawal options in online markets
  • March 2017 - Tommaso Reggiani (LUMSA University): “Should I tell you / or should I not?” The (neutral) effect of Transparency on Information Disclosure Nudge
  • December 2016 - Cary A. Deck (Behavioral Business Research Laboratory, University of Arkansas): Behavioral Economics
  • February 2016 - Maroš Servátka (MGSM Experimental Economics Laboratory): Introduction to Experimental Economics
  • January 2015 - Pablo Guillen Alvarez (University of Sydney): The Price of Luck
  • November 2014 - James Tremewan (University of Vienna): Transparency in Lobbying: an Experimental
  • January 2014 - Maroš Servátka (NZEEL, University of Canterbury): Transaction Costs and Inertia in Charitable Giving 

Research seminar are usually organised as Masaryk University Economic Seminars


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