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Behavioural Economics

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About this learning path

Behavioural Economics

It is about the analysis that applies psychological insights into human behaviour to explain economic decision-making.

Behavioural Economics comes from the learning path of Economics & Behavioural Science . The study of behavioural economics is led by experiments conducted by various researchers. Some models were developed with the central idea of nudging. These are presented in this path. By now several agencies have adopted these models to develop tools for real-life use cases. The learning path of Behavioural Economics integrates concepts of Psychology which you should dive into.
The Behavioural Economics path can be specialized into Neuroeconomics .

Part of this learning path

Psychology

Web resources
Start immediately and learn at your own pace.

Flexible schedule
Set and adhere to flexible deadlines.

Approx. 3 months to complete
Recommended 12 hours/week

Mostly English

Curator

Camillo Rohe curates
Behavioural Economics

This How it Works

You work from module to module. In each module you'll find resources containing:

1. Information

2. Educational content

3. Places to exchange infos

4. Applications, Tools

( 5. Entertaining content )

After studying a resource, you check it.

Learning Path

Module

1

 

behavioraleconomics.com Portal

 

Prospect theory Concept

Module

2

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Nudge theory Concept

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Nudge blog Posts

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Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions Non-Fiction

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FehrAdvice Digital Hub Modules

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Behavioural Economics Online Course

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Behavioural Economics in Action Online Course

 

Nudging for Good Guide

 

Dan Ariely Professor

Module

3

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Nudge: Improving decisions about health, wealth, and happiness

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Prospect Theory: An Analysis of Decision under Risk

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Behavioral grooves Interviews

 

Behavioral Economics Group Group

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The European Nudging Network Database

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Freakonomics - The hidden side of everything Radio

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Pocket Ariely

Module

4

 

Review of Behavioral Economics Journal

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Irrationally Yours

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Thinking Fast and Slow Non-fiction