This course is an introduction to experimental economics, its methods, and some of the recent applications. In particular, the course illustrates how experiments can be used to solve many of the identification problems present in non-experimental data. An integral part of the course is participation in numerous experiments to acquire hands on experience.
Each time I teach this course it is slightly different. Below are all the research topics that have been covered at some time or another. Experimental materials within each topic include z-Tree programs of some of the papers and STATA do files to quickly display the results.
A set of slides introducing z-Tree and several examples of z-Tree programs are also available.
Here are a few examples of zTree treatments. In some cases I also include the instructions. Most of these treatments were programmed as simple examples so their functionality is limited. I hope they serve as examples for those who are looking for simple cases to get them started.