Experimental economics incorporates aspects of experimental investigations within an economic environment. It is an emerging and challenging area of study, requiring out of the box thinking.
Experimental design forms the focus of this branch of economics and experimental economics research topics reflect this focus.
A list of experimental economics research topics:
The following is a list of topics to get the reader started on thinking about a relevant topic within this subject area:
The relevance and impact of time in experimental economics- generating an understanding.
The impact of individual decision making in a range of contests on the economic environment- a study.
A systematic review of the "bomb" risk elicitation method to generate a simplistic understanding.
Workplace discrimination and impact on employee productivity- an experimental approach to understanding workplace economics.
An experimental approach to comparison of the different risk elicitation methods through theoretical frameworks and practical guidelines.
How can multiple hypotheses be tested within experimental economics considering the impact of the time constraint?
Recognizing and hypothesizing on the position of intuition in experimental economics studies.
What is the effect of group size in economic decisions? A review of literature.
Fundamental Values in asset markets and their relevance to market efficiency in developed countries- literature review.
Accounting for response time to economic forecasts for market optimization.
On job idle time and impact on employee efficiency- understanding generated through field experiments.
Decision making under risk and uncertainty- understanding the economic implications.
An experimental approach to generating an understanding for qualities that lead to cooperative decision making within family structures.
Analysis of the rationality of choice for public goods in financially unstable environments.
A systematic review of the economic theories of choice and competitiveness in developed countries.
Do real environments simulate experimental results? Analysis of cooperative experiments and actual results.
Cognition, intuition, and knowledge- experimental analysis of diverse decision making theories contributing to national economics.
Social differences in groups and impact on collective decision making- implications for experimental economics.
The role of job contexts in the relationship between gender differences and their impact on cooperation and competition.
Investigating the role of third party interference in corrupt practices in emerging economies.
The incidence of replication in simulated experiments and real time processes- review of literature.
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