Middlebury

ECON0399

Experimental Economics

Introduction to Behavioral and Experimental Economics
This course surveys research incorporating psychological and other experimental evidence into economics. Topics will include: attitudes towards risk (e.g., prospect theory) and time (e.g., self-control); judgment and decision-making biases; fairness, altruism, and public goods contributions; bargaining and financial market anomalies; incentives (e.g., performance pay and nudges). (ECON 0255 required; ECON 0280 recommended) 3 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Economics
Department:
Economics
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
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Sections

Spring 2018

ECON0399A-S18 Lecture

Fall 2017

ECON0399A-F17 Lecture (Robbett)

Fall 2016

ECON0399A-F16 Lecture (Robbett)
ECON0399B-F16 Lecture (Robbett)

Fall 2013

ECON0399A-F13 Lecture (Robbett)

Fall 2012

ECON0399A-F12 Lecture (Carpenter)