The Innsbruck EconLab is a laboratory for research in experimental economics at the University of Innsbruck. It was established in 2013 and focuses on topics in behavioral economics and behavioral finance.
While empirical research in economics has traditionally been considered being non-experimental, the methodology of controlled variation in the laboratory is well-established nowadays. The insights gained from economic experiments strongly shape our understanding of human judgment and decision making and serve as an inspiration for novel research agendas.
When signed-up in our database, you will be invited to participate in experiments on a regular basis. Participating in experiments is generally anonymous, flexible timewise, and by one's own choice. On average, you will earn €15.00 per hour in the lab. We look forward to your registration!
The lab's scientific director is Univ.-Prof. DDr. Jürgen Huber, who is running the Innsbruck EconLab together with the lab managers Felix Holzmeister, Sebastian Bachler, and Elisabeth Gsottbauer. In case of any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.