Subject: Subject Sylbus: Behavioral Economics - 096690 (Current)

Behavioral Economics - 096690
Credit
Points
2.5
Given In
Semester
b
Lecture Exercise Laboratory Project or
Seminar
House
Work
Weekly
Hours
2 1

Determination of the grade according to progress during the semester and a final examination.


Prerequisites: Introduction to Psychology 095605
or The Human Factor in Data Collection 096275


The Course Focuses on the Effect of Economic Incentive on Human Behavior. It Reviews Basic Research in Game Theory and Behavioral Economics, and the Practical Implications of This Research. the Students Will Learn to Design Experiments, Use Models That Allows Useful Prediction of the Impact of Experience on Behavior, and Evaluation of the Value of Distinct Organizational Problems. at the End of the Course the Students Will Know How: 1.to Imply the Classical Findings in Behavioral Economics. 2.to Derive the Prediction of the Leading Models in Behavioral 3.to Use Experimental Methods to Develop Descriptive Models. 5.to Design Organizational Settings to Minimize Social Conflicts. 4.to Use Computer Simulations to Compare Behavioral Models.




Times and places of examinations 02/2020 2020/2021 Spring Semester
examination timedaydateSeason
Tuesday06.07.2021
Thursday21.10.2021

Timetable to semester 02/2020 2020/2021 Spring Semester
RoomBuildingHourdayLecturerExercise
Lecture
no.Registering
Group
09:30-11:30WednesdayDoctor Tedorescu KinneretLecture1011
11:30-12:30WednesdayMs. Shavit YaelExercise11


Textbooks
PublishedPublisherAuthorsBook
2015princeton university presskagel, j.h. and roth, a.e.the handbook of experimental economics.

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