ECON 436 Behavioral Economics

Usually offered

Spring
Fall

Level

Undergraduate

Prerequisite(s)

A major in Economics (ECONBA) or Business Economics (BNECBSBA); ECON 300 or ECON 361

This course explores at both the theoretical and empirical levels how psychological insights can be incorporated into economic analysis. Fundamental techniques building on game theory, experiments, and non-parametric statistics will be developed.

Special course fee required:  Students will be assessed a $20 per unit fee when registering for this course for Winter or any Summer Session.

Details

Grading

ABCDE

May be convened with

ECON 535

Units

3