Experimental Economics

Journal Abbreviation: EXP ECON
Journal ISSN: 1386-4157

About Experimental Economics

    Laboratory methods are uniquely suited to the study of many phenomena that have been difficult to observe directly in naturally occurring economic contexts. For example, the ability to induce preferences and control information structures makes it possible to isolate the effects of alternate economic structures, policies, and market institutions. Moreover, some of the behavioral and equilibrium assumptions underlying many economic theories can be tested fruitfully in a controlled laboratory setting.<br/><br/>Experimental Economics is an international journal that serves the growing group of economists around the world who use laboratory methods. The journal invites high-quality papers in any area of experimental research in economics and related fields.
Year Bioxbio Journal Impact* IF Total Articles Total Cites
2018/2019 - 2.012 38 2218
2017 - 2.267 42 2141
2016 - 2.391 42 1807
2015 - 1.836 33 1659
2014 - 1.397 36 1360
2013 - 2.559 31 1153
2012 - - -
2011 - - -
2010 - - -