The experimental laboratory invites Cambridge Judge alumni to connect with current award-winning faculty and researchers, and contribute to their ongoing projects. The lab aims to facilitate world-class experimental research and it is part of the Cambridge Experimental and Behavioural Economics Group (CEBEG).
About the experimental laboratory
The lab provides a platform and means for the creation, implementation, and publication of important experimental research. Studies cover research from a broad range of disciplines, including marketing, organisational behaviour, economics, entrepreneurship, and operations & technology management.
Sunita Sah is the KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge and is part of the School’s Organisational Behaviour subject group. She has experience working with alumni to engage with unique subject groups and leverage qualified opinions. For example, in her recent paper published in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, she explored whether disclosure of a conflict of interest can lead professional advisors to increase or decrease bias in their advice. To this end, she identified approximately 200 practicing financial advisors with the alumni community of a US university. These professionals were invited to participate in an online experiment in which they were asked to provide financial advice to three different clients in an online survey.
Help Cambridge Judge facilitate the creation of scientific knowledge
The lab invites interested alumni to register for the CEBEG alumni volunteer mailing list in order to receive invitations for future online experiments; anyone can join, and participation is entirely voluntary.
Anyone who participates in a study can request to receive the aggregate main findings once the study is complete.
Once added to our mailing list you will receive email invitations for future studies. If you are interested in participating in any particular study, the link to that study will be in the email invitation and you can take it from home anytime.
Questions and comments can be directed to the lab manager at [email protected].