Master's Economics: Behavioural Economics and Game Theory (track)
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The Behavioural Economics & Game Theory track in the Economics Master's programme focuses on the psychology of economic behaviour. In reality, most decisions are not based on calculated optimal behaviour but on psychological, social, cognitive and emotional factors that frame the problem before arriving at a decision. Delve into these hidden motives in this single-year Master’s track.
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One Master's, six tracks
The Master's programme in Economics offers six fascinating academic specialisation tracks:
- Markets and Regulation;
- Development Economics;
- Public Policy;
- Monetary Policy & Banking;
- International Economics & Globalisation;
- Behavioural Economics & Game Theory;
Each track provides you with an advanced level of understanding of the economics core (microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics) in combination with an expert level of understanding in behavioural economics and game theory.
Upon successful completion of the programme, you will receive an accredited Master's degree in Economics and the title Master of Science (MSc).
Rankings and reputation
The Amsterdam School of Economics (ASE) at the University of Amsterdam is an excellently ranked school with an international focus and highly rated researchers and lecturers. Read more about our rankings and reputation.
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- 60 ECTS, 12 months
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