In this course, students will explore economic and psychological theories of decision making by analyzing experiments
in which they are the subjects. Topics will address various biases and forms of bounded rationality as they relate to
issues in business, policy, and everyday life. This reading and writing intensive course will allow students to develop
their ability to communicate academic research to both technical and non-technical audiences in the forms of tweets,
opinion editorials, presentations, and policy briefs.

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Fall 22




Graeme Walker


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