1.50 credit hours
This class develops practical, actionable insights into how people make economic decisions in the real world. Standard economics proposes that decisions are motivated by a rational response to financial incentives and information. Behavioral economics expands the standard approach by incorporating and understanding the systematic biases and errors we make in interpreting information and making decisions. This expanded toolbox will help the student to improve their own decisions and to understand and motivate behavior in employees, customers, and others.
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