Students completing this unit prove correspondingly able to attain the following Learning Goals: Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts and models of Behavioural Economics distinguishing the field from neoclassical economics. Think critically about the role of Psychology in Behavioural Economics. Generate new hypotheses in the field of Behavioural Economics motivated by psychological theories. Understand/foresee the implications of Behavioural Economics as the connection between Psychology and Economics in public policy and business.
Behavioral Economics Fundamentals
5 ECTs / Semester / English