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...

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Main Author: Nicholas Bardsley
Robin Cubitt
Graham Loomes
Peter Moffatt
Chris Starmer
Robert Sugden
Format: Book Chapter
Language: English
Place of publication: Princeton University Press 12.10.2009
published in: Experimental Economics p. 141
Data of publication: 20091012
ISBN: 0691124795
9780691124797
EISBN: 9781400831432
1400831431
Discipline: Economics
Applied Sciences
Education
Mathematics
Philosophy
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