Behavioural Economics (ØASØK4400)

Master's course
For exchange students

Behavioural economics uses empirical insights from psychology and other fields (such as sociology or neuroscience) in economic analysis. Conventionally, economics assumes that people are "economically rational": they make logically consistent choices in their best self-interest. Of course, sometimes people don't behave that way. Please note that this course belongs to a graduate programme in Business Administration and that there is a course with the same name, but different course code, at the Faculty of Health Sciences.

  • Admission requirements

    You must have completed a bachelor's degree in Business Administration.

  • How to apply

    International exchange students select courses when applying for exchange.

    Application deadline: 1 October.

  • Course description

    For more information about this course, take a look at the course description (

  • Costs

    There is no semester fee for exchange students.

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