The LISER-LAB is a laboratory dedicated to investigate human decision-making by means of experimental games performed in a controlled environment. The room located in the MSH building on the Belval Campus is equipped with 32 networked computers that provides quick and easy information exchange. Participants make their decisions in physically isolated cubicles in order to guarantee their anonymity. Participant responses are collected and analysed with the primary aim of publishing cutting-edge academic research. In addition, the LISER-LAB provides a cost-effective tool that can prove useful to policy-makers and firms in evaluating the impact of specific policies and practices in a robust and rigorous way.