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Behavioral Economics (ECON694)

Course description

This course will introduce the principles and applications of behavioral economics, with a focus onpractical applications and real-world examples. Material will cover deviations from the standardneoclassical model in terms of (i) preferences (time and risk preferences, reference dependence, andsocial preferences), (ii) beliefs and learning, and (iii) decision-making. The course will also provide insightinto the practical application these findings to topics in management, finance, health and ...


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Graded, 0.5 Credit Units

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