Why participate in Economics Experiments?|
- MAKE MONEY!!!
- Earn $14 - $18 on average per hour
- FUN AND INTERESTING
- Be a part of current economic research
- Typically, experiments range in length from 1-3 hours
This is the recruitment web site for Economics Experiments, Department of Economics and Finance, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
The Department of Economics and Finance conducts laboratory experiments in which human subjects engage in decision-making tasks and receive monetary payments corresponding to these decisions.
On this site, you can register to participate in these experiments. Participants in experiments receive payment for their decisions. In addition, as the results from these experiments are used for scientific publications, your participation helps research at the University of Canterbury.
In order to participate, you first need to subscribe to the participants database via this web site (click on Register in the menu on the left side). Every now and then you will receive an email inviting you to participate in a specific experiment. At that moment you can decide whether you want to participate in a specific experiment (see Rules).
On the left menu, you can find information about upcoming experiments (Calendar), read some common rules applying to all experiments (Rules), and look through some commonly asked questions regarding economic experiment participation (FAQs).
Department of Economics and Finance, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.