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Preferences for Distribution of Income   (experiment)   Students decide on income payoffs with varying types of risk.
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Income redistribution   (experiment)   Students must decide how to allocate a pot of tax revenue.
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Labor market discrimination   (experiment)   As employers, students make hiring decisions with incomplete information. Illustrates inefficiencies from discrimination.
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Job search   (experiment)   Students accept or reject wage offers, highlighting search costs and labor market interactions.
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Statistical discrimination (experiment) Web-based game with students acting as employers and workers. Can also be done manually without internet access
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Compensating differentials   (experiment)   Pairs of students negotiate completion of two tasks, one pleasant and one unpleasant.
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Market concentration (experiment) Students must make production decisions over several periods as the market becomes more concentrated. There are several variations of this experiment available (for example, see here and here)
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Parking game   (experiment)   In the role of commuters, students choose among parking lots in multiple rounds with different forms of price discrimination.
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Prisoner's Dilema (experiment) Students must decide to collude or compete when faced with the standard Prisoner's Dilema payoff matrix. [oligopoly] There are several sources/variations of this experiment (such as here, here, or here)
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Market entry/exit (experiment) As producers, students choose one of four markets to enter and observe how profits respond. [entry/exit, long-run] Also see Variations here and here
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