Methodological issues in experimental design and interpretation
|Abstract||This chapter is organised around two topics: the first one is the methodology of experimental economics, a research programme that is becoming increasingly influential in contemporary economic science. The second one is normative methodology, an issue that has been widely debated by philosophers of economics over the last two decades.|
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