Center for Experimental Research in Management and Economics (CERME)
The Center for Experimental Research in Management and Economics (CERME) studies individual and group behavior in instances that are relevant for both economics and management. The activities of the Center revolve around researchers both from Ca' Foscari University and from other Italian and foreign Universities, using an experimental approach (laboratory and online experiments and surveys) to improve our understanding of economic decisions dynamics.
Developed as a joint effort of the Departments of Economics and Management, the research activities of the Center address several important research areas in Behavioral and Experimental economics, such as strategic choices, probability and ambiguity, information processing, behavioral finance and public choices.
The Laboratory is active in researching new methodological tools for experimental economics, from online experimentation to economics genetics and is directly involved in developing software and new experimental platforms.