Running Digital Experiments with Expilab – Presentation at LSE

Running digital experiments with Expilab. Opportunities for behavioural researchers

TL;DR Big thanks @LSEBehavioural & @LSEManagement for opportunity to present @Expilab capabilities in boosting behavioural research! Great crowd! Download presentation here

It is one of those occasions when your expectations are overwhelmed by the reality. In the positive sense!

Today’s presentation @LSEManagementDepartment & @LSEBehaviouralLab collected not only the crowd that did not fit into the room, but also generated some genuine interest in the topic of the presentation. It was great to meet LSE researchers and participants of Executive MS Behavioural Science programme who also came to the presentation. Thanks for all those great questions about programming and conducting behavioural experiments.

Special thanks to Dr. Barbara Fasolo & Dr. Tamara Ansons for making this brown-bag seminar happen!


Behavioural Research Lab is a purpose-built facility designed for the use of researchers examining behaviour in organisations. We aim to facilitate world class behavioural research by providing state-of-the-art facilities in the centre of London and by promoting the development of a vibrant research community. The BRL has been established and is managed by the LSE Department of Management and is open to researchers and students from across LSE.

London School of Economics and Political Science is a specialist university with an international intake and a global reach, and an outstanding reputation for academic excellence. Its research and teaching span the full breadth of the social sciences, from economics, politics and law to sociology and finance.

Expilab Research S.L. is a specialised technological partner with a record in designing, programming and conducting complex behavioral experiments in social sciences, consumer research, and public policy-making. Expilab’s research platform allows creation or replication any online environments from search engines, web-stores, showrooms, healthcare portals, social networks to fully-functional and realistic online gambling websites.

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23 Sep 2016

Andrew Ivchenko
Andrew Ivchenko

I design behavioral strategies that enable businesses, public agencies and NGOs to reach their goals and objectives challenged by modern consumer behavior and digitalization. I employ tools & methods of behavioral economics and field experimentation to develop effective practical solutions that explore causal relationships and are evidence-based (factual). Google+ | Twitter

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