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What is e-economics?

The title for the web site has three meanings:
is for Experiment
A virtual laboratory provides an apt environment for evaluating behavior without the many confounding factors found in "real life."
is for Electronic
The Internet provides an exceptional medium for collecting data from a diverse subject pool.
is actually an Epsilon
Epsilon, a Greek letter, usually refers to a very small positive number. Experimental economists study how epsilon (very small) changes in the environment alter behavior.

About this site

e-economics is directed by Mike Shor of Vanderbilt University. The site facilitates research into behavioral economics through online experiments and surveys.

Any questions or comments may be directed to admin@e-economics.net