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ECON 3870 - Behavioral Economics

3 Credits (Minimum) 3 Credits (Maximum)

Behavioral Economics explores the challenge to traditional models of economics offered by the work of economists and social scientists such as Daniel Kahneman. By exploring the role that social framing, personal psychology, and emotional responses play in economics decisions, the limits of traditional economic theory is explored and extensions to traditional theory considered. Prer., ECON 1010 with a “C” or better.



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