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ECON 365 - Behavioral Economics


Unit(s): 2

Behavioral Economics uses insights from psychology to explain human decision-making that deviates from the rational person model assumed in economic theory. The goal is to enhance existing models of how humans make choices individually and in groups in order to better explain economic phenomena.


Prerequisite: ECON 111
College of Arts and Sciences



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