CentER's facility for experiments in economics and business at Tilburg University
CentERlab is CentER's facility for conducting economic and business
It consists of a dedicated computerized laboratory, containing 24
partitioned workstations (the A-Lab) and 10 individual cubicles (the
B-Lab). In addition, we maintain an online subject recruitment system
targeted at the student population of Tilburg University.
Location and layout
CentERlab is located in rooms CZ01, CZ02 and CZ04. These can be found at the basement level of Building C at Tilburg University.
For a map of the layout of CentERlab, click here
Participating in experiments at CentERlab
- As a participant of an experiment, you are given a (usually rather simple) decision task (e.g. "choose an action A, B, or C", "set a price for a good" etc.). All the information that you need to perform the task is provided on the spot at the experiment.
- Because you are participating in an experiment, your decisions have "real" economic consequences, that means that you will actually earn money! How much money you will earn, however, can depend on how successful your decisions are (successful decisions can give you substantial earnings, while other decisions may lead to rather small earnings), or on the duration of the experiment.
- Your decisions will be processed anonymously.
- The results of the experiments will be used for scientific studies and reports.
Do you want to sign up for a specific experiment? Here you will find details of all current projects and experiments.
Do you want to be informed of any upcoming experiments and place your name on a list for eventual future participation in an experiment?
People involved in CentERlab and experimental economics
- Anick Bosmans (Marketing)
- Eddy Cardinaels (Accounting)
- Patricio Dalton (Microeconomics)
- Eric van Damme (Microeconomics)
- Eline van der Heijden (Microeconomics)
- Gijs van de Kuilen (Microeconomics)
- Charles Noussair (Macro-, Microeconomics and Finance)
- Rik Pieters (Marketing) Academic Director
- Jan Potters (Microeconomics) Academic Director
- Sigrid Suetens (Microeconomics)
- Stefan Trautmann (Microeconomics)
- Harrie Verbon (Macroeconomics)
- Uri Gneezy, Rady School of Management, UC San Diego
- Kenan Kalayci, The University of Queensland, Australia
- Georg Kirchsteiger, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
- Sabine Kröger, University Laval
- Theo Offerman, University of Amsterdam
- Owen Powell, Universidad Carlos III
- Aldo Rustichini, University of Minnesota
- Karim Sadrieh, University of Magdeburg
- Marta Serra Garcia (mircoeconomics)
- Jan Stoop, Erasmus University Rotterdam
- Jana Vyrastekova, Radboud University Nijmegen
- Peter Wakker, Erasmus University Rotterdam