LABEL offers training programs to non USC students who wish to learn about experimental and theoretical methods that are used around decision-making. These programs offer the possibility to attending LABEL’s educational activities (classes, lab meetings, training sessions, conferences, and seminars) and to acquire hands-on experiences. Students are directly involved in real research projects and they are trained and guided by the LABEL team.

Students may participate in several stages of a project including (i) experimental design and theoretical framework, (ii) software programming, (iii) experiment implementation and data collection, (iv) data analysis and econometrics, (v) article preparation.

All our programs take place during the academic year (from end of August to mid June). We do not offer summer internships. Length may vary as a function of our responsibilities and the availabilities of the applicants. 


Our training programs

Visitor’s Training Program


Relevant for undergraduate and master students who wish to pursue graduate studies or for students at all levels who want to learn about current research trends in the field of experimental and behavioral economics. This program allows students to spend several months at LABEL. Non-US applicants need to obtain a visa (which LABEL sponsors) and to comply with all visa requirements.

Flexible Training Program


Open to students who want to participate at their own pace (including remotely) in research activities during the academic year. This program is flexible and can be combined with high-school and undergraduate curricula.


The training programs are free.

To apply, prepare a CV and a one-page document explaining

  • your interests
  • why the internship would be valuable to you.
  • the time you are able to commit to the internship.

Non-US applicants to the visitor’s training program must also provide information regarding the way they are expected to fund their stay while in the US.


For Fall semester: March 15 (non US applicants), June 15 (US applicants)

For Spring semester: October 15 (non US applicants), December 1st (US applicants)


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