Introduction to Behavioural Microeconomics

This course will introduce the emerging field of behavioural economics. Researchers in this field U to develop realistic assumptions and accurate predictions about economic behaviour. The course explores key concepts and findings of behavioural microeconomics, differences between behavioural economic and standard economics, and the use of experimental methods in behavioural microeconomics. (Lec 3; Credits: 3) Prerequisite: ECON 2006 or ECON 2007 (or ECON 2005).

ECON-3126EL
Economics
3.00
UG