On October 28, 2019, Dr. Thomas Lauer from the Center for Social and Economic Behavior (C-SEB) at the University of Cologne will give a lecture on "Setting up a laboratory for economic experiments - infrastructure, resources and regulations" at the Bremen Research & Policy Lab (BreLAB).
The event will take place from 13.00 to 15.00 at BreLAB (WiWi 1, A 1050/1060). In addition to a scientific lecture on "Dos and Don´ts" in experimental laboratories, there will also be sufficient time for questions and discussions about laboratory infrastructures and their possible uses.
Thomas Lauer studied economics at the University of Erfurt, where he completed his doctorate in 2011. He then moved to the University of Cologne, where he works as a postdoc researcher at the Centre for Social and Economic Behaviour (C-SEB). At the same time, he is laboratory manager at the Cologne Laboratory for Economic Research. His research area is experimental organizational economics.
We are looking forward to the event. Everybody is cordially invited!