Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2014/2015
Canadian Excellence

EC305
Behavioural Economics
0.5 Credit

Behavioral economics examines the realism of standard economic theory which posits that all economic actors (consumers, firms, governments) are fully rational and narrowly self-interested. This course surveys of some of the core and current topics in behavioral economics through presenting laboratory and field experiments and alternative behavioral theories.

Additional Course Information
Prerequisites
EC260 or EC270.
Exclusions
EC310Z.
Notes
3 lecture hours
 

Senate/Editorial Changes

Senate Revision April 15, 2014: EC305 New course; effective September 1, 2014.