Classroom Expernomics is dedicated to the use of economic experiments as a teaching tool for the classroom.
Classroom Expernomics is calling it quits. We've had lots of fun helping to facilitate the spread of classroom experiments as an alternative to the standard chalk and talk teaching approach, but our time has come to a close. Classroom experiments have found their way into a number of journals over the last decade or so and we would encourage you to consider submitting your games to those outlets in the future.
We will, however, continue to maintain this website as an archive of classroom experiments.
For more information contact: Greg
Delemeester or John Neral
Last Updated: 01/25/2008.
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Experimental Economics Links
Games That Economists Play: Non-Computerized Classroom Games for College Economics
Chosen as a "site of the week" for the Scout Business-Economics Report December 18, 1997.
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