This course will help participants think creatively and critically about public policy issues by providing an understanding of how behavioral and experimental economics can be used to understand policies in the real world.
Any individual who:
Introduction to the fundamental concepts of Experimental and Behavioral Economics
Social Preference and Time Preference
Risk Preference, Prospect Theory and Endowment Effect
Nudge and Choice Architecture
Nudging to Save the Planet - application of behavioral economics in climate change and sustainability
MDAE alumni working in diverse roles across leading companies.
Trainee Decision Scientist
Senior Research Analyst