This course provides an introduction to the theory and empirics of behavioral economics and behavioral finance. In this course, classical assumptions on economic agents such as rationality and time consistency are relaxed, allowing students to analyze investors and financial markets from a non-traditional perspective. The course is therefore a good complement to the mainstream economic and financial theories built upon individual rationality.
|ECON5511 (M.Sc.) Teacher:
|Prof. DU Julan [Course Outline]
|Dr. CHOW Yan Chi, Vinci