University of Technology Sydney

23713 Behavioural Economics and Corporate Decision Making

3cp
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.

Description

This subject introduces students with insights from Behavioural Economics to understand dynamics within corporations, for instance, how decisions are made within large firms and what pitfalls may exist in organisations’ decision making processes. It will also present students with evidence about how real markets function when these markets results of the actions of consumers, managers and investors as modelled by behavioural economics.


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