Behavioural Economics

Behavioural Economics has become a central field in economics and is increasingly popular amongst governments and other economic and financial decision makers. It shows how decision making can be improved by using insights from psychology.

Why Behavioural Economics?

  • Benefit from the expertise of the internationally renowned Behavioural Economics Group at the Erasmus School of Economics
  • Learn to use the economic tools to analyze and design policies and strategies
  • Learn why people do not always act as rational economic agents
  • Learn to understand how economic policies and strategies can be improved to take such deviations from rational behaviour into account

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MSc in Economics and Business
prof. dr. K.I.M. Rohde
September
Full Time (1 year)
60
English

What our students say

'Combining the math and psychology of Behavioural Economics with the track of your choice leaves you with the best of both worlds.

In the

Seminar Applied Behavioural Economics

, you learn to apply theory to real life cases in cooperation with guest lecturers and their companies.'

Edit van den Born