These pages provide further information on and access to economic classroom experiments. (You see here a adjusted sample page of a new site on teaching experiments we are developing and which will go life next april.)
Charlie Holt's Homepage and veconlab. Simply type "veconlab" into google. The first link shown will be for particpating students to log in. The second is for the instructor to start an experiment. You will need at least one session name before you start. If you re-use a session name the data from the old session get lost.
Charlie Holt's new book has many hand-run versions of his computerized experiments on veconlab. Try to get an inspection copy.
Our own site FEELE provides access to our own set of computerized experiments. You need the code "ESA2006" to register. The site is on purpose very similar to Charlie's site and intended to complement it.
Econport has a beautifully written version of the double auction (Vernon Smith's basic demand- and supply curve experiment). Steve Gjerstad (who was involved in programming it) told me that important information on how to alter the parameters of the experiment is at http://www.econport.org/econport/request?page=web_experiments_software_marketlink_config_customized. The site also offers a very useful on-line handbook for micro economics.
The Economic Network, UK. Loads of useful information on all aspects of teaching economics.
Denise Hazlett's Classroom Experiments. 7 macro experiments
Classroom Expernomics. A web-based journal on classroom experiments that appeared until 2003.
Games Economists Play: Non-Computerized Classroom Experiments for College Economics by Greg Delemeester and Jurgen Brauer. One hundred sixty classroom experiments described!!
Greg Delemeester's links to Classroom Experiments, Internet Experiments and Internet Simulation Site like this one, I did not copy all links.
Rubinstein's Course in Game Theory. Plenty of questions on decision theory and game theory. Very easy to use. Select your own problem set and let students work on it via the web.
Ted Bergstrom and John H. Miller's textbook "Experiments with Economic Principles: Microeconomics". Experiments-based elementary microeconomics course.