Experimental economics uses experimental methods to evaluate the performance of economic models, institutions and policies. Behavioural economics combines experimental and field evidence with insights from neighbouring disciplines such as psychology, to develop richer economic models of decision-making. This unit will develop the key research methods and major findings of each of these fields, and explore both theoretical and practical implications. Students will read a number of seminal research papers in both experimental and behavioural economics, and will have opportunities to participate in classroom experiments.
|Unit name||Experimental and Behavioural Economics|
|Semester 2, 2020|
|Attendance mode||Normal day|
|ECOS2001 or ECOS2901|
|Available to study abroad and exchange students||
Teaching staff and contact details
|Coordinator||Stephen Cheung, email@example.com|