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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. The main aim of the paper is to assess possibilities of implementing behavioural approach and economic experiment in Polish studies in area of agricultural finance. There are two sub-goals: i highlighting methodology of economic experiment and indication of technical subtleties concerning agriculture; ii identification of potential areas of implementing behavioral approach and experiment in agriculture finance. View PDF.

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Although the experimental methods were widely introduced into economics teaching process, there are relatively few didactic materials and tools which enable using e-learning in this approach. This is due to both, technical software limitations, as well as the lack of methodology for implementing this type of activity. This paper presents the basic principles of efficient use of economic experiments in e-learning teaching. Based on the experience of conducting online classes it can be concluded that the basic condition for active learning of economic theory is to use the elements of gamification and the flipped teaching, in which the economic experiment is followed by the introduction of theories and economic models.

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PL EN. Widoczny [Schowaj] Abstrakt. Adres strony. Symulacja komputerowa zamiast tradycyjnego eksperymentu ekonomicznego. Even though the number of experiments conducted by economists is growing every year and the experimental method has become for good a part of economics methodology, it is not possible to do experiments on the economy as a whole and many economic phenomena cannot be subject to experimental manipulation for a variety of reasons - practical, ethical or technological. In such cases the computer simulation can support economics in achieving a status of a fully-fledged experimental science.

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