BC3048: Introduction to Behavioral Economics | H. Zarghamee

Undergraduate and Graduate Lecture
Tu Th 2:40-3:55PM

This course reviews the assumption of rationality in microeconomic theory and presents evidence (primarily from experimental psychology and economics) of how judgement and decision-making systematically deviate from what rationality predicts.  

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