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ECON 3360. Behavioral Economics. 3 Hours.

Students use economic tools coupled with insights from other behavioral sciences to better describe and predict human behavior as it relates to economic decisions, and to generate improved policy prescriptions. Topics may include prospect theory, judgment biases, self-control, financial anomalies, and incentives.
Prerequisite: 42 hours and ECON 2300 or ECON 2301 or ECON 2302.