The Centre for Experimental Social Science (CESS) is dedicated to all areas of experimental social science research. With centres located in Oxford (UK), Santiago (Chile) and Pune (India), CESS has an international reputation for the promotion and facilitation of laboratory, online and in the field experiments across all areas of the social sciences.

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CESS Partners with Chile Transparente

On March 28th, Nuffield CESS joined forces with CESS Santiago, USACH, and Chile Transparente. This new collaboration will enable researchers to conduct a number of online and field experiments in Chile, studying the effectiveness of different forms of accountability on reducing electoral manipulation and overall corruption.

Is Economic Policy Uncertainty ‘Presidential’?

New research by Rodrigo Caputo and Raymond Duch, of the Nuffield Centre for Experimental Social Sciences at the University of Oxford, examines how public opinion of presidential economic policy management is related to consumer sentiment.

Professor Raymond Duch opens LAWEBESS 2018

Professor Raymond Duch presents the paper Once a Liar Always a Liar? at the Second Latin-American Workshop on Experimental and Behavioural Social Sciences (LAWEBESS) conference hosted by the Santiago Centre for Experimental Social Sciences (CESS), Universidad de Santiago de Chile.

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Upcoming Events

Colloquium

Andreas Wiedemann

Andreas Wiedemann

University of Oxford

Tue, 28th May 2019

13:30 - 14:30

Market vs States: When do Voters Support Credit-Based over Publicly-Funded Social Policies?

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Colloquium

Eugen Dimant

Eugen Dimant

University of Pennsylvania

Mon, 10th Jun 2019

13:30 - 14:30

TBA

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Colloquium

Tanushree Goyal

Tanushree Goyal

University of Oxford

Tue, 11th Jun 2019

13:30 - 14:30

Do Gender Quotas Improve Political Participation? Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Delhi

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