Sep 19, 2019  
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ECON 3355 - Behavioral Economics


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Prerequisite(s): ECON 2301  and ECON 2302 . Exploration of economic and finance theory to include aspects of human psychology and physiology in order to better explain the actions of economic agents. Topics include comparison of standard vs. behavioral economic models, bounded rationality, framing, heuristics, biases, utility theory, mental accounting, intertemporal choice, revenge, altruism, cooperation, innumeracy, neuroeconomics, market efficiency, and financial crashes and bubbles.



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