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Author Archives: Greg Leo
With the closure of the Vanderbilt campus, all VUEEL experiments will me migrated online. Many of our experiments use protocols that are programmed for deployment through internet browsers and we hope to transition to running these experiments completely virtually in … Continue reading
Beliefs about Beliefs about Gender is a paper written by Kristine Koutout, Andrew Dustan, and Greg Leo based on work done at the Vanderbilt University Experimental Economics Lab. Abstract: We develop a methodological framework for eliciting beliefs (first-order) and beliefs about … Continue reading
The VUEEL subject pool now stands at over 1300 registered active participants. Just over a third of subjects are economics majors with the rest distributed among undecided, Arts and Science majors, and engineering majors in proportions similar to the proportions … Continue reading