- Brief History and Methodology of Behavioral Economics
- Values, Preferences and Choices
- Heuristics and Biases
- Intertemporal Choice
- Decision-making under Risk and Uncertainty
- Behavioral Game Theory
- Mental Accounting
Each lecture lasts 60 minutes. Morning lectures start at 8:30 and finish at 12:30. Afternoon lectures start at 13:30 and finish at 17:30. If not set otherwise, the break after each lecture lasts 30 minutes. All times are in Central European Time (CET).
- To obtain the ECTS, a student has to get in total at least 60% of all available points which are being awarded for the following activities:
- attend all lectures (12 hrs. of WL / 2 pts. per hour, 24 in total)
- - submit 2 homeworks (4 hrs. of WL / 8 pts. per homework, 16 in total)
- - final exam (30 hrs. of WL / 60 pts)
- Wilkinson, N., & Klaes, M. (2017). An introduction to behavioral economics. Macmillan International Higher Education.
- Dhami, S. (2016). The foundations of behavioral economic analysis. Oxford University Press.