The Paris Economic Experimental Labis an experimental platform equipped with two rooms located at the Maison des Sciences Economiques. The first room of the LEEP is equipped with 20 computers and the second room contains 4 boxes of 2 computers with specific equipment in eye-tracking, audio recording, ECG, EMG, EDA, EEG.

LEEP benefits of a partnership between the Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne, the Paris School of Economics and the Fédération pour les Sciences Sociales des Comportements Humains (S2CH). Researchers run experimental economics experiments to test micro economic theories, cognitive psychology experiments and also experiments that combine economics, social and cognitive psychology. The LEEP is open to all researchers wishing to run an experiment.

For more information, contact Jean-Christophe Vergnaud.

Taking part in an experiment

No qualifications other than being of legal age are required to participate in an experiment. Participation in the experiments is voluntary and paid. Registration as well as all the practical information are described on the LEEP website.