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26037 Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 5 op 
Tunniste 26037  Voimassaolo 01.01.1950 -
Nimi Behavioral and Experimental Economics  Lyhenne BehavioralExpEc 
Laajuus5 op  Vanhenemisaika 10 v
TyyppiSyventävät opinnot Oppiaine260 Nationalekonomi 
LajiOpintojakso  Tuntimäärä  
Opinto-oikeus   Arvostelupisteet (0-100) 
Suositeltu suoritusaika  Jatko-opintokelpoinenei
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Vastuuyksikkö Nationalekonomi, Helsingfors 

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Kursbeskrivning 

During the course you will learn to understand the methods, central results, and theories of both experimental and psychological (behavioural) economics, and their relation to other fields of economics, and to microeconomics and industrial organization in particular. The course offers a master-level overview into behavioural decisions, behavioural games, dynamic behavioural decisions, experimental economics and experiment settings, as well as applications thereof.

Doctoral students can also take this course.

 
Lärandemål 

You are familiar with modelling in economics and in particular the novel perspectives that behavioural economics provides. You have the capacity to apply the ideas to competition and consumer policy.

 
Efter avlagd kurs kan du 
  • enlist and distinguish the various purposes of modelling in economics and in particular the novel perspectives that behavioural economics provides
  • recognize and explain some of the core behavioural economics concepts
  • solve theoretical behavioural economics models, derive economic implications and relate them to those of non-behavioural economic models
  • critically evaluate why mathematical models are applied in economics and what limitations they have
 
Kurskategori 

Class-based course

 
Internationalisering 

International experiments

 
Förkunskaper 

Understanding of microeconomics at an intermediate level. Knowledge in Intermediate microeconomics and Economics of Strategy is essential.

 
Studerandes totala arbetsmängd 

134 hours divided into
Scheduled (contact) hours: 40 hours
Non-scheduled work: 94 hours

 
Undervisningsformer 

• 28 h lectures,
• 12 h Exercise groups,
• Written assignments (mandatory)
• Economics decision experiments in the internet (mandatory)
• Class room experiments
• Exam (mandatory)

 
Litteratur och undervisningsmaterial 
  • Wilkinson, N. & Klaes, M. (2012). An introduction to behavioural economics. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. (or first edition with Wilkinson as the only author)
  • Dhami, S. (2016). The Foundations of Behavioural Economic Analysis. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780198715535
  • Friedman, D. & Sunder, S. (1994). Experimental methods: A primer for economists. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Lecture notes
  • Supportive readings
 
Examination och bedömning 

Written examination, assignments, group work

Either
• 100% exam
• or 80% exam and 20% excercises
• or 80 exam and 20% term paper

depending on whatever is best for the student

 
Motsvarande kurser 

Students who have completed the earlier course Behavioral and Experimental Economics (6 ECTS, course code 2685) cannot take this course.

 
Fristående studier (Öppna universitetet, JOO och samarbeten) 

Open university quota: 3
Quota for JOO-students: 3

 


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