Course Detail

BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS

Subject: ECON

Catalog Number: 372

Registration Number: 8069

Description:
Analysis of how people make decisions and the consequences of their decisions. Tests of the ability of standard economic models to predict human behavior. Topics include decision making under risk and uncertainty, decision making over time, learning from new information, interactions with others, social preferences, and happiness and utility. Discussion of public policies to help individuals make better choices. Prerequisite: 210. 4 credits. (QR)

Instructor: Brittany Teahan
Is consent of Instructor Required? No



Course Type: LEC
Location: DAYH 109
Time: 1:05PM- 2:45PM  MW