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Behavioral Economics

Course Number:

73348


Program

Undergraduate Economics


Concentrations

B.A. in Economics, B.S. in Economics, B.S. in Economics and Statistics, B.S. in Economics and Mathematical Sciences, Additional Major in Economics, Additional Major in Economics and Statistics, Minor in Economics


Course Description

SPRING This course introduces students to behavioral economics which is a subfield of economics that incorporates insights from other social sciences, such as psychology, into economic models and aims to explain the anomalies challenging some of the classical economic models. (Lecture, 3 hours). Minimum grade of "C" required in all economics pre-requisite courses.

Format

Lecture: 160min/wk


Textbook

E. Angner, "A Course in Behavioral Economics", Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.


Pre-requisites

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