After graduation

Behavioural Economics
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Countries like the US, UK, and the Netherlands, and companies worldwide increasingly use the insights from Behavioural Economics to shape their policies. Helping governments to help people make better choices, or companies to identify anomalies in decision making are common tasks for behavioural economists.

Do you want to design and improve economic policies and strategies for government, for instance with regard to pension design and health policy? Or would you rather work in a private enterprise and help design better marketing policies, contracts and financial portfolios or even improve negotiation procedures to the benefit of the company? The choice is yours. 

Our alumni work in many sectors, including:

  • Consultancy
  • Financial sector
  • Governments
  • Research

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