Course Detail

The Study of Behavioral Economics (38120)

Course Description by Faculty

  • Pope, Devin
  • Content
    Behavioral economics applies psychological insights to economic markets and decision making. In this class, we will discuss the recent theoretical and empirical advances that have been made in this increasingly important field of economics. Being thoughtful about the role of psychology can lead to a greater understanding of how the economy works.
  • Prerequisites
    No non-Booth students. Cannot enroll in BUSN 38120 if BUSN 20710 taken previously.
    Restrictions
    • No non-Booth Students

  • Grades
    No pass/fail grades. Auditors allowed only with faculty approval.
    Restrictions
    • No pass/fail grades

  • Syllabus
  • Winter 2022Section: 38120-01TH 8:30AM-11:30AMHarper CenterC25In-Person Only
  • Winter 2022Section: 38120-85S 9:00AM-12:00PMGleacher Center400Dual Modality
    Faculty In-Person
Description and/or course criteria last updated: January 28 2022