30.1.17 | The Institutional and Behavioral Economics group at the Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT) together with Jacobs University will host the 2nd annual workshop on Experimental Economics for the Environment from February 2 to 3, 2017 at ZMT.

The workshop brings together researchers in environmental and resource economics who use lab, field, and choice experiments and provides an opportunity to exchange ideas, give constructive feedback, and share insights on solutions to methodological and conceptual challenges. The event will focus on research in the stages of planning, implementation, and analysis, showcasing how experiments can be used to design and evaluate environmental policies.

Participants coming from all over Germany and other European countries are expected to attend. There will also be a pre-workshop gathering on February 1 from 3-6 pm with guest speakers from classEx. ClassEx provides a platform for developing and implementing interactive surveys and classroom experiments supporting a wide range of mobile devices and offering a standard set of ready-to-use experiments.

The event is funded by the Institutional and Behavioral Economics group through the project “Contributing to Coral Commons”. There is no registration fee. If you plan to attend please confirm by e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The programme: ExpEcon_Workshop_Programme.pdf