Bosley (2016) proposes to students to design their own economic experiment and provides the necessary resources to implement the exercise in your course. 

Students are gaining more control over the experiment compared to just playing one. This gives them additional benefits as they not only understand an economics concept but also, students learn how to build an experiment “from the ground up”; a skill potentially transferable to the labor market.

Students are offered an opportunity for more practical learning.

The Economics Instructor's Toolbox

Enhance Your Students Learning Experience

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The Economics Instructor's Toolbox was originally published in International Review of Economics Education

Picault, J. (2019), The Economics Instructor’s Toolbox, International Review of Economics Education 30,100154.