Are there timing effects in coordination game experiments ?

@inproceedings{LiAreTT,
  title={Are there timing effects in coordination game experiments ?},
  author={Tao Li}
}
The timing effects (timing without observability) identified by Weber, Camerer, and Knez (2004) in coordination game experiments are caused by their fixed-matching protocol. When we use a random-matching protocol the alleged timing effects completely vanish. This paper has benefited from discussions with Steffen Huck, David Laibson, Al Roth, Roberto Weber… CONTINUE READING