ONLINE RECRUITMENT SYSTEM FOR ECONOMIC EXPERIMENTS

 
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Rules
  • You can only be in an experiment if you have received an invitation e-mail for that experiment.
  • To participate in an experiment, you MUST respond to an invitation e-mail.
  • Extra participants may be invited to sessions to ensure there will be enough participants. At times, we "bump" excess participants. Bumped participants get a bump payment of $5.00 and are eligible for subsequent sessions.
  • If you show up late and the session has already begun, you MUST NOT interrupt the session and you are not eligible for the $5.00 bump payment.
  • You MUST bring a photo ID (e.g. a student ID) to experiment sessions so the experimenter can verify your identity. If you do not bring an ID you may not be allowed to participate.


  • When you register for an experiment, you are making a commitment to be there.
  • Each time you fail to show up for an experiment for which you are registered, a point is added to your reputation score.
  • The more points you have, the less likely you are to be invited to future experiments. Once your reputation score reaches three points, you will not receive any more invitations.
  • If you are a registered participant, you can see your reputation score in your profile.
Privacy policy
All electronic files will be saved confidentially on the Williams College password-protected and access-restricted local area network. The data are protected in the local area network as secured by the Williams Netware login procedures.

All responses are treated as strictly confidential, and in no case will responses from individual participants be identified. Rather, all data will be anonymized and pooled for purposes of analysis.

Experiments conducted in the laboratory have been approved by Williams College's Institutional Review Board. If participants have further questions about this study or their rights, or if they wish to lodge a complaint or concern, they may contact:
  • The Principal Investigator of the study (whose contact information will be made available to participants)
  • Prof. Peter Montiel, Chair of the Economics Department, Williams College, at 413.597.2476.
  • The Williams College Institutional Review Board
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For questions please contact econlab-l@williams.edu.