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Master students need to take the lecture “Behavioral and Experimental Economics” (or similar classes elsewhere) before taking the other Master courses listed below. The course “Designing and Implementing an Economic Experiment” (more information) is a practical course that may serve as first step leading to a Master’s thesis. Students interested in this option are therefore strongly recommended to take the lecture “Behavioral and Experimental Economics” early (in the first term of their MA or the last term of their BA).

Bargaining and Coalition Formation: Theory and Experiments

(Lecture for Bachelor students)
Instructor: James Tremewan
Next taught: tba. 

Lobbying and Corruption: Theory and Experiments

(Lecture for Bachelor students)
Instructor: James Tremewan
Next taught: tba. 

Behavioral and Experimental Economics

(Lecture for Master students)
Instructor: Jean-Robert Tyran
Next taught: Fall 2016. 

Religion and Economic Behavior

(Seminar for Master students)
Instructor: Wieland Müller
Next taught: tba.

Designing and Implementing an Economic Experiment

(seminar for Master and Doctoral students)
Instructors: Owen Powell and Alexander K. Wagner
Next taught: Spring 2017

Topics in Behavioral and Experimental Economics

(Seminar for Master students)
Instructor: Jean-Robert Tyran
Next taught: tba. 

Rethinking Public Economics

(Seminar for Master students)
Instructor: Jean-Robert Tyran
Next taught: tba. 

Experimental Economics

(PhD course)
Instructor: Wieland Müller
Next taught: TBA

Vienna Center for Experimental Economics

Office (for all correspondence):
Department of Economics
Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1, 5th floor
A-1090 Vienna

Laboratory (for experiments):
Spitalgasse 2, Hof 1, 1.1 (Campus)
A-1090 Vienna

E-Mail
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