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Social Interactions (ECON731)

Course description

This course will survey recent work in economics on social interactions. Research on social interactions represents an effort to integrate sociological ideas into economics while preserving the core logic of economic reasoning. The course will cover both theoretical models of social interactions as well as issues in econometric identification of these models. Topics will include social networks and neighborhood formation.


Pre-requisites

Seminar Required

Graded, 0.5 Credit Units


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