Masaryk University Experimental Economics Laboratory
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Masaryk University Experimental Economics Laboratory (MUEEL) was established in Autumn 2015 as a result of several years of research activities in the area of Experimental Economics.
In November 2016, MUEEL transformed from a free group of academics at the Faculty of Economics and Administration into an established research institute of the faculty. In October 2017, we opened two state-of-the-art laboratories.
Lectures and Research seminars
Maroš Servátka (Macquarie Graduate School of Management): Introduction to Experimental Economics
Cary A. Deck (University of Arkansas): Behavioral Economics
MUNI Social Sciences & Humanities Seminar Series
Tommaso Reggiani (LUMSA University): “Should I tell you / or should I not?” The (neutral) effect of Transparency on Information Disclosure Nudge
Ben Greiner (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien): Dispute resolution or escalation? The strategic gaming of feedback withdrawal options in online markets
Young Economists' Meeting
Participants from 14 countries and 30 universities presented and discussed more than 50 presentations. The Best Paper Award prize was presented to Joanna Clifton-Sprigg. Many participants also highly rated the keynote lecture delivered by Prof. Jesús Crespo Cuaresma (WU).
2nd Young Economists' Meeting
Participants from 30 universities presented and discussed more than 50 presentations. The Best Paper Award prize was presented to Greta Morando. Participants also highly rated the keynote lectures delivered by Stijn Baert and Jakub Steiner.