Experimental economics is a methodology for generating observations, a set of tools that can be applied to any academic examination of human conduct. Scholars at the Economic Science Institute are naturally interdisciplinary in approach seeking answers to questions. They find inspiration in the work of industry practitioners, economic theorists, historians, cognitive scientists, biologists, psychologists, anthropologists and philosophers.
The IFREE Lecture Series at the Economic Science Institute (ESI) at Chapman University has drawn speakers of world-class caliber since 2008.
Visit the ESI Lecture Series website for more speaker information about the upcoming lectures, and check out the videos of past lectures.