ECON 1730 - SEMINAR EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS
Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
There is a small, but rapidly growing literature in which behavioral experiments are used to test central propositions of various economic theories. This course will review the experimental literature that exists in several areas of economics, including industrial organization, social choice and preference revelation, behavior of decentralized markets, and bargaining.
Academic Career: Undergraduate
Course Component: Seminar
Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
Course Requirements: PREQ: ECON 1100 (Min Grade ‘C’) and ENG 0102 or ENGCMP (0002 or 0006 or 0020 or 0200 or 0203 or 0205 or 0207 or 0208 or 0210 or 0212 or 0213 or 0214) or ENGFLM 0210 or FP (0003 or 0006)
Course Attributes: Capstone Course, Undergraduate Research, Writing Intensive Course (WRIT)
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