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Topics in Policy Analysis (Half-Term): Behavioral Economics

SPI 594A

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This course explores how economics has recently incorporated a number of insights and findings from psychology and experiments and examines some of the implications that follow for the workings of markets and policy. Topics include Imperfect self-control, present bias, fairness and reciprocity, motivation, signaling concerns, wishing thinking, reference dependence, malleable preferences, bounded rationality, and more.
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Section S01