20554 - PSYCHOLOGY, ECONOMIC ANALYSIS, AND BEHAVIORAL FINANCE
Course taught in English
Go to class group/s: 31
Class-group lessons delivered on campus
Basic micro theory and statistics.
Introduce the students to the main methods and findings of behavioral economics and behavioral finance.
- Reference dependent preferences.
- Limited attention.
- Limited memory.
- Time inconsistency.
- Non rational belief formation and their applications to economics and finance.
- Understand the foundations of behavioral economics and apply the key concepts to shed light on new economic and financial problems.
- Look at the world from a different perspective.
- Face-to-face lectures
- Online lectures
- Individual assignments
Face to face lectures will be recorded and posted online. There will be four problem sets to allow students to practice.
|Continuous assessment||Partial exams||General exam|
There will be one written final exam that covers the entire course material.
- N. GENNAIOLI, A. SHLEIFER, A Crisis of Beliefs, Princeton University Press, 2018.
- D. KAHNEMAN, Thinking, Fast and Slow.
- List of articles in the syllabus.