In this Master’s Behavioral Economics and Game Theory, we focus on the psychology of economic choices and strategic behaviour. You will study behaviours that do not fit neatly into standard models, such as reciprocity or procrastination, and cognitive biases such as overconfidence. Theoretically, we question standard notions of rationality and equilibrium, and study the evolutionary background of our decision making. Methodologically, we focus on experiments as a way to improve knowledge about decision making.
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