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|ECON 47100 - Behavioral Economics|
Learning Outcomes: 1. Demonstrate a basic understanding of Economics as applied to human behavior in various economic environments based on classroom laboratory exercises. 2. Understand the perspective provided by economic analysis in social exchanges that involve bargaining, trust, and uncertainty. 3. Identify insights experimental economics provides concerning individuals' behavior in markets.
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