Handbook of Experimental Economic Methodology
GUILLAUMER.FRÉCHETTE and ANDREW SCHOTTER
This book is divided into four sections, three of which offer a discussion of the issues raised above. In addition, the volume starts off with a chapter by Al Roth, a veteran experimentalist and Nobel laureate, whose topic is whether experimental economics has lived up to its promise.
It is our hope that this volume will lead its readers to pause and think about the methods they are using in their everyday work and also about where the future of our discipline lies. Some of the chapters are contentious, which we feel is a healthy sign of a dynamic discipline, while others lay out a vision for how the authors think our discipline should be pursued. We feel that the sum total is a very exciting and illuminating collection of chapters on a topic at the core of experimental economics.