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. Bigoni, Maria; Bortolotti, Stefania; Nas Özen, Efşan: Economic polarization and antisocial behavior: an experiment (2021)
  2. Briscese, Guglielmo; Feltovich, Nick; Slonim, Robert L.: Who benefits from corporate social responsibility? Reciprocity in the presence of social incentives and self-selection (2021)
  3. Collins, Sean M.; James, Duncan; Servátka, Maroš; Vadovič, Radovan: Attainment of equilibrium via Marshallian path adjustment: queueing and buyer determinism (2021)
  4. Embrey, Matthew; Hyndman, Kyle; Riedl, Arno: Bargaining with a residual claimant: an experimental study (2021)
  5. Fallucchi, Francesco; Niederreiter, Jan; Riccaboni, Massimo: Learning and dropout in contests: an experimental approach (2021)
  6. Gaudeul, Alexia; Keser, Claudia; Müller, Stephan: The evolution of morals under indirect reciprocity (2021)
  7. König-Kersting, Christian; Pollmann, Monique; Potters, Jan; Trautmann, Stefan T.: Good decision vs. good results: outcome bias in the evaluation of financial agents (2021)
  8. Peryman, Joanne; Kelsey, David: Ambiguity when playing coordination games across cultures (2021)
  9. Vinogradov, Dmitri; Makhlouf, Yousef: Signaling probabilities in ambiguity: who reacts to vague news? (2021)
  10. Abatayo, Anna Lou; Lynham, John; Sherstyuk, Katerina: Communication, expectations, and trust: an experiment with three media (2020)
  11. Abbink, Klaus; Ryvkin, Dmitry; Serra, Danila: Corrupt police (2020)
  12. Aimone, Jason A.; Ward, Brittany; West, James E.: Dishonest behavior: sin big or go home (2020)
  13. Angelovski, Andrej; Di Cagno, Daniela; Güth, Werner; Marazzi, Francesca: Telling the other what one knows? Strategic lying in a modified acquiring-a-company experiment with two-sided private information (2020)
  14. Arifovic, Jasmina; Evans, George W.; Kostyshyna, Olena: Are sunspots learnable? An experimental investigation in a simple macroeconomic model (2020)
  15. Attanasi, Giuseppe; Concina, Laura; Kamaté, Caroline; Rotondi, Valentina: Firm’s protection against disasters: are investment and insurance substitutes or complements? (2020)
  16. Auerbach, Jan U.; Fonseca, Miguel A.: Preordered service in contract enforcement (2020)
  17. Banerjee, Subrato: Effect of reduced opportunities on bargaining outcomes: an experiment with status asymmetries (2020)
  18. Bao, Wei; Houser, Daniel; Rao, Yulei; Xiao, Erte: Inertia in partnerships: the role of gender (2020)
  19. Bayindir, Esra E.; Gurdal, Mehmet Y.; Ozdogan, Ayca; Saglam, Ismail: Cheap talk games with two-senders and different modes of communication (2020)
  20. Böhm, Robert; Gürerk, Özgür; Lauer, Thomas: Nudging climate change mitigation: a laboratory experiment with inter-generational public goods (2020)

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