Z-Tree

Z-Tree: Zurich Toolbox for ready-made economic experiments. Zurich Toolbox for Readymade Economic Experiments. z-Tree is a widely used software package for developing and carrying out economic experiments. The language used to define the experiments is simple and compact, meaning that experiments can be developed quickly, and programming experience is not necessary, though useful. z-Tree is flexible both with respect to the logic of interaction and the visual representation, allowing the simple programming of normal form games, extensive form games, double auctions, or clock auctions, for example. We began the development of the software in 1998, and have continually added new features.


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  1. Albrecht, Felix; Kube, Sebastian: Peer-punishment in a cooperation and a coordination game (2018)
  2. Ambuehl, Sandro; Li, Shengwu: Belief updating and the demand for information (2018)
  3. Anufriev, Mikhail; Chernulich, Aleksei; Tuinstra, Jan: A laboratory experiment on the heuristic switching model (2018)
  4. Arechar, Antonio A.; Kouchaki, Maryam; Rand, David G.: Examining spillovers between long and short repeated prisoner’s dilemma games played in the laboratory (2018)
  5. Attanasi, Giuseppe; Georgantzís, Nikolaos; Rotondi, Valentina; Vigani, Daria: Lottery- and survey-based risk attitudes linked through a multichoice elicitation task (2018)
  6. Aycinena, Diego; Bejarano, Hernán; Rentschler, Lucas: Informed entry in auctions (2018)
  7. Baker, Ronald; Halloran, Matthew: Dynamic contributions to a public project: the impact of rising marginal benefit and completion benefits (2018)
  8. Bao, Wei; Rao, Yulei; Wang, Jianxin; Houser, Daniel: Social exposure and trustworthiness: experimental evidence (2018)
  9. Basteck, Christian; Mantovani, Marco: Cognitive ability and games of school choice (2018)
  10. Benndorf, Volker: Voluntary disclosure of private information and unraveling in the market for lemons: an experiment (2018)
  11. Brañas-garza, Pablo; Galizzi, Matteo M.; Nieboer, Jeroen: Experimental and self-reported measures of risk taking and digit ratio (2D:4D): evidence from a large, systematic study (2018)
  12. Bruner, Justin; O’Connor, Cailin; Rubin, Hannah; Huttegger, Simon M.: David Lewis in the lab: experimental results on the emergence of meaning (2018)
  13. Bruttel, Lisa; Güth, Werner: Asymmetric voluntary cooperation: a repeated sequential best-shot experiment (2018)
  14. Chen, Wei-Cheng; Chen, Yi-Yi; Kao, Yi-Cheng: Limited choice in college admissions: an experimental study (2018)
  15. Chen, Yan; Jiang, Ming; Kesten, Onur; Robin, Stéphane; Zhu, Min: Matching in the large: an experimental study (2018)
  16. Cubitt, Robin; van de Kuilen, Gijs; Mukerji, Sujoy: The strength of sensitivity to ambiguity (2018)
  17. Dariel, Aurélie: Conditional cooperation and framing effects (2018)
  18. Di Cagno, Daniela; Galliera, Arianna; Güth, Werner; Pace, Noemi: Behavioral patterns and reduction of sub-optimality: an experimental choice analysis (2018)
  19. Di Cagno, Daniela; Galliera, Arianna; Güth, Werner; Panaccione, Luca: Intention-based sharing (2018)
  20. Dong, Lu; Huang, Lingbo: Favoritism and fairness in teams (2018)

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