Economics of Behavior (ECON 470.3)

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ECON 470 02 January 2018 Guidon Fenig Braverman
ECON 470 02 January 2017 Guidon Fenig Braverman


The economics of behaviour and the importance of behavioural assumptions for the analytical predictions of economic theory. The economics of behaviour also has significant implications for public and private economic policy and decision making, which will be discussed in some detail in this course in the context of an analysis of the overlapping and competing theoretical frameworks for human agency used by economists.


ECON 214 or ECON 274; and one of MATH 104, 110, 121, 123, 125.

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