The Behavioural Economics & Game Theory track focuses on the psychology of economic behaviour.
In the Behavioural Economics & Game Theory track in the Economics Master’s you learn about the psychological, social and strategic considerations of economic behaviour. The way in which we frame our problems determines our decisions. Dive into such hidden motives and mechanisms in this track.
Try to understand the Brexit negotiations using game theory. Game theory is invented by John Nash, the Nobel prize winner featured in the film A Beautiful Mind. The theory is about mathematically formalising a way of determining the likely outcomes when two or more parties are negotiating.
Examples of current newspaper headlines and relevant issues that could be discussed in your classroom.
Graduates of the Master's programme in Economics/Behavioural Economics & Game Theory track have excellent job prospects for positions as researchers and experts in: