Welcome to the Centre for Experimental Economics (CEE)
The Centre for Experimental Economics (CEE) provides infrastructure for conducting experimental research at the University of Copenhagen and is a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas. Members of CEE are mainly involved in basic research, and CEE aims at being the leading institution for research in experimental economics in Scandinavia.
The primary focus of CEE is to investigate the relevance of bounded rationality and social preferences in the economy, society and the state. In addition, CEE contributes to research and teaching in other branches of experimental economics and to the development of experimental methods and behavioral economic theory.
Experiments are an important tool of research in economics. Economic experiments can be run in a laboratory, over the internet or elsewhere (“in the field”). The Centre has two infrastructures to facilitate these types of experiments.
The iLEE is an internet-based platform for running large-scale experiments over the internet.
The LEE is a state-of-the-art laboratory devoted to research and teaching in experimental economics.
The Economic Science Organisation (ESA) will hold the World meetings 2010 in Copenhagen, July 8-11. CEE is the local organizer.