Kevin A McCabe

Kevin A McCabe

Kevin A McCabe


Experimental Economics, Neuroeconomics, Computational Economics

Kevin McCabe received his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania in 1985. He is professor of economics and law at George Mason University and is affiliated with the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science (ICES), the Krasnow Institute of Advanced Study, the Mercatus Center, and the Center for the Study of Neuroeconomics. Professor McCabe serves as a distinguished research scholar, for the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE).

Dissertations Supervised

Sarah Sylvester, Essays on Cryptocurrencies: Experiments Measuring Attitudes, Uses, and Mechanisms (2024)

Stephen A. Kunath, Microeconomic Systems as a Computational Science: A Computational Platform for Microeconomic System Simulation and Human-Subject Experimentation (2023)

Maggie Lehr, An Analysis of Trust and Trustworthiness Within Political and Banking Institutions (2021)

Peter B. Twieg, Bridging the Lab and the Field: Three Essays on Experiments in Virtual Worlds (2017)

Robert Mayo, Three Essays on Other Regarding Behavior in One-Shot Anonymous Games (2017)

David Chavanne, An Experimental Analysis of Decision Making with Other People's Money (2010)

William Gavin Ekins, The Percentage Law and the Mediation of Political Conflict (2009)

Stephen Saletta, A Functional Imaging Study of Working for Self and Other (2007)