Welcome to the Vienna Center for Experimental Economics

Established in January 2011, the Vienna Center for Experimental Economics (VCEE) is an institution of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics at the University of Vienna.

Our purpose is to provide the infrastructure for conducting experimental research at the University of Vienna as well as a forum to discuss and exchange ideas. To this end we organise a seminar series focused on experimental economics and we maintain a state-of-the-art laboratory on the campus of the University.

The research of our members regularly appears in top economic journals. We also have frequent visitors from the best institutions.

 News

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09.10.2020
 
Other
07.07.2020
 

We have just released our annual report, detailing all our activities in 2019.

Annual reports
12.05.2020
 

Gerhard Fehr and Martin Kocher are going to talk about "Die Welt nach Corona, Folge 3: Die Welt stand still!" in the VBEN Online seminar.

VBEN Event
12.05.2020
 

Wieland Müller gives a talk on "Building trust: The costs and benefits of gradualism" at the University of Copenhagen.

Talks
28.04.2020
 

On April 16, Gerhard Fehr and Martin Kocher are going to talk about "Die Welt nach Corona, Folge 2: Compliance – die Dosis macht’s!" in the VBEN...

VBEN Event
16.04.2020
 

On April 16, Gerhard Fehr and Martin Kocher are going to talk about "Corona: Verhaltensökonomische Werkzeuge für den Weg aus der Krise" in the first...

VBEN Event
01.04.2020
 

David Dreyer Lassen (University of Copenhagen) speaks about "Digital Life and Behavior. The Use of Big Data in Economics" on the 11th of May, 2020.

VBEN Event
30.01.2020
 

Arno Riedl speaks about "Fairness zwischen Jung und Alt. Verhaltensökonomische Evidenz zu Rissen im Generationenvertrag" on the 30th of January.

VBEN Event
05.11.2019
 

"The attraction effect and its explanations" by Geoffrey Castillo has been accepted for publication in Games and Economic Behaviour

Publications
31.10.2019
 

Wieland Müller speaks about "Building trust: The costs and benefits of gradualism" at the University of Economics, Prague, on October 31, 2019.

Talks
11.10.2019
 

Wieland Müller speaks about "Building trust: The costs and benefits of gradualism" at the GATE (Lyon) on October 11, 2019.

Talks
10.09.2019
 

Leonardo Bursztyn speaks about "Understanding Peer Pressure in Education – From Evidence to Policy" on September 10, 2019.

VBEN Event
02.09.2019
 

Wieland Müller has received the "Excellent Teacher Award" for a course taught at Tilburg University (The Netherlands).

Grants/Awards
02.09.2019
 

A new working paper by Jean-Robert Tyran on "Civic Engagement as a Second-Order Public Good: The Cooperative Underpinnings of the Accountable State"...

Working Paper
26.08.2019
 

A new working paper by Philipp Külpmann and Christoph Kuzmics "On the Predictive Power of Theories of One-Shot Play" is available.

Working Paper
22.08.2019
 

"Probabilistic transitivity in sports" by Johannes Tiwisina and Philipp Külpmann has been accepted for publication in Computers & Operations Research.

Publications
16.08.2019
 

Jean-Robert Tyran gives a talk on "Can Democracy Ever Work? A Behavioral and Experimental Economics Perspective on Voting" at the University of...

Talks
15.08.2019
 

Wieland Müller (together with Melis Kartal and Sigma Samhita) received funding from the Diligentia Foundation for the research project "Discrimination...

Grants/Awards
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