Helsinki Laboratory for Behavioral and Experimental Studies

The Helsinki Laboratory for Behavioral and Experimental Studies (Helsinki LABBET) is a multidisciplinary laboratory for experimental research in human sciences. Researchers affiliated with the laboratory come from various backgrounds, including economics, marketing, and philosophy. Helsinki LABBET uses infrastructure provided by Hanken School of Economics. The laboratory was established in 2020.

By registering in our database, you will be occasionally invited to participate in experiments. Participation is always entirely voluntary. For participation, you will earn a monetary reward, the size of which depends on the details of the experiment. Unless explicitly stated otherwise, experiments are anonymous, and the decisions you make in the experiment cannot be related to you in any way. You can find our privacy notice here, and the rules our researches must comply with here.

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Join us for this week’s Cooperation Colloquium!

@CBicchieri: In science we (should) trust: Expectations and compliance across nine countries during the COVID-19 pandemic

+ ECR Talk by Marco Lambrecht (Helsinki)

Friday 15:00 UTC+1

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Our new working paper: Intelligence Disclosure and Cooperation in Repeated Interactions joint with Marco Lambrecht, @eugenioproto and @rusti001

Disclosing intelligence is disruptive in PD, but can act as a coordination device in a version of BoS

Kiitos kolumnista @SaskaSaarikoski. Tässä akateemista tutkimusta aiheesta in @ScienceMagazine:

What Dropping 17,000 Wallets Around The Globe Can Teach Us About Honesty

Kolumni | Suomi on maailman paras maa kadottaa lompakko:

Many of the researchers affiliated with @HelsinkiLabbet are also members of the @HelsinkiGSE Behavioral economics and consumer behavior research group

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