Choose the game you want to run, enter the number of players and that's it: You just have to communicate their logins to your students and have them connect to the site with their phones, tablets or laptops. You can then observe and debrief the game through your interface.
|New! In November, we will run our second Inter-University Student Economics Tournament. Last year, HEC Montréal won the tournament. Will you follow them? (More information below).|
We are launching a new (free) Inter-University Student Tournament, based on an Industrial Organization simulation (close to those that are described here: https://lud.io).
Last year, HEC Montréal won the tournament, Toulouse School of Economics was second and Cardiff Metropolitan University completed the podium (all finalists and ranking). Will you follow them?
The qualification phase consists in playing a few years of a mono-player simulation, between October the 22nd and November the 22nd, 2018 (vs robots behaving like humans did, in previous experiments) . You can play when you want, at your own pace. The 12 best teams will be qualified for the finals (and scores will be reset).
The finals will be played between November the 26th and December the 1st, 2018: Players will have to enter one decision every day, before 21h CET.
Both phases are played online.
The winning team will be awarded a voucher around 300€ as a first prize (on amazon or a similar site).
Students can participate on their own, with no need for support from their instructors: The game will require some strategic thinking but there is no prerequisite in economics.
This should be fun, so join the tournament!
One team (2-4 players) from any university or school is welcome to participate. To register a team, fill this form.
You can also register to the facebook event, to stay informed
We are adding a new competition game, by Bogaçhan Çelen and Sven Feldmann (Melbourne Business School).
Players are randomly and anonymously paired with another participant, and play 6 rounds of an airline duopoly game with capacity constraints and differentiated demand.
The airlines simultaneously choose capacity and prices with which they compete. The system of demand is linear and symmetric.
You can also find a simulation tool outside of the game: Demand Simulation.
The game is the last game in the list in the industrial organization section.