Affiliates of WEEL
Ananish is a Professor of Experimental Economics at the University of Auckland Business School. His research focuses on the role of trust, reciprocity and cooperation in economic interactions. His research appears in leading international journals and he is the author of the critically acclaimed book "Experiments in Economics: Playing Fair with Money"
Volodymyr is an Associate Professor of Economics at Indiana University. His main research interests include experimental economics, international trade, particularly in the variety gains from trade, trade costs, and patterns of specialization. He has published papers in the Journal of International Economics, European Economic Review, Journal of Development Economics, and Journal of Money Credit and Banking.
Charles is the Director of the Economic Science Laboratory at The University of Arizona. He conducts research in experimental economics, the use of experimental methods to address research questions in a variety of fields of economics, including game theory, industrial organization, macroeconomics, financial economics, and international economics. He also studies the neurobiological processes underlying economic decisions, particularly decisions under risk and conformity in behavior.
Daniella is a Professor of Economics at Indiana University. Her research and teaching interests are in economic theory, monetary economics and experimental economics. Her work focuses on the efficiency of allocations in environments with decentralized trade. Some of her research integrates theory and experiments to study social norms of exchange and welfare improving trading institutions.
Arlington is a Full Professor in the Department of Economics at Indiana University, Bloomington. Much of his research has involved the design and implementation of computerizedtrading environments to investigate empirically the predictive power of market equilibrium theories. For example, a paper in Econometrica “Bubbles, Crashes, and Endogenous Expectations in Experimental Spot Asset Markets” used laboratory markets to study stock market price bubbles and crashes. He has also used experimental methods to study price expectation formation models and public goods provision via voluntary contributions, and risk preference differentials revealed by individual decisions versus small-group decisions.