The Los Angeles Behavioral Economics Laboratory (LABEL) is dedicated to experimental research on economic decision-making and strategic interactions. Experimental Economics has proved useful over the years to test economic theories, disentangle them, and help buid new theories capable of better explaining observed behavior. Applications range from individual decisions under risk to market design, industrial organization or political economy.
LABEL offers a state-of-the-art infrastructure to pursue experimental economics studies. It is located in the Economics Department. With its 36 workstations, it offers an ideal platform to study individual decision-making, social interactions in groups, or group formation.
How to participate
In order to participate in experiments, you need to register online. By registering for laboratory experiments, you indicate your intention of taking part in experiments conducted at LABEL.
2. Check your e-mail for invitations
3. Sign up for experiments
4. Attend the experiment
- University of Southern California
- Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
- Department of Economics
- 3620 South Vermont Ave. Kaprielian (KAP) Hall, 300
- Los Angeles, CA 90089-0253