On February 16 and 17 2016, the London Behavioural and Experimental Economics Group (LBEG) will organise a 2-day course in z-Tree programming, aimed at PhD students and early career researchers in the London area. The course will be hosted by the London School of Economics.
The course will be taught by Dr. Björn Hartig, experimental lab officer at Royal Holloway University of London. Participation is free but places are limited.
The course is aimed at beginners and intermediate users. On the first day, we will start with the basics of z-Tree experiments and screen design. Based on the needs of the participants we will progress to more advanced topics. The course will be very interactive and, by the end of second day, participants will be able to design and program various standard economic games, as well as implement their own experimental designs.
To sign up, please e-mail Jeroen Nieboer at j.nieboer [at] lse.ac.uk.