Experiments and Inductive Generalization
The two previous chapters have looked at the use of experiments to test theories. When experimental economics was taking off in the 1980s, most practitioners interpreted their work as theory testing. But as experimental methods have become established in economics, there has been a gradual change in...
|Place of publication:||
Princeton University Press 12.10.2009
|published in:||Experimental Economics p. 141|
|Data of publication:||20091012|
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