Assembling this Virtual Special Issue on Experimental Game Theory has been an eye-opener. The first step was to go back through all the issues to get a bigger picture of the range of papers that we have published in this area. Games and Economic Behavior (GEB) was founded in 1989 at a time when there really wasn’t a subfield of experimental game theory as such. It wasn’t until a year later that this journal published its first article based on laboratory experiments, in the March 1990 issue – exactly twenty years ago.See here for the detailed information.
Experimental Game Theory in GEB
I found an interesting website in Games and Economic Behavior (GEB), one of the leading academic journals in game theory. As titled "Two decades of experimental game theory in Games and Economic Behavior," this special online issue shows 17 articles on experimental game theory which have been published in GEB. It says: