Behavioral Economics (26037/62638)

August 12, 2019

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Course description:

During the course you will learn to understand the methods, central results, and theories of both experimental and psychological (behavioural) economics, and their relation to other fields of economics, and to microeconomics and industrial organization in particular. The course offers a master-level overview into behavioural decisions, behavioural games, dynamic behavioural decisions, experimental economics and experiment settings, as well as applications thereof.