This volume on experimental economics offers both new research grounds and a birds eye view on the field. In the first part, leading experimental economists, among them Vernon S. Smith and Daniel Friedman, give inspiring insights into their view on the general development of this field. In the second part, selected short papers by researchers from various disciplines present new ideas and concepts to solving problems in the real world. This multidisciplinary book is of particular interest to experimental economists and researchers from disciplines such as psychology, engineering and computer science who are interested in experimental approaches in their fields.

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