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.
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.
For more information about this course, take a look at the course description (student.oslomet.no).
There is no semester fee for exchange students.