17 July 2015
This course is offered by Corvinus University of Budapest within the framework of the Corvinus Summer School. The course will discuss recent developments in the broadly defined field of "Behavioural Economics" or "Economics and Psychology". Decision makers should take into consideration the obstinate facts of rationality, but also it is good to know that the leaders who make the decisions are not merely machines; they are actors affected by emotions of the game composed from many factors that we call economy.
EUR 400: Tuition fee, study materials, free WIFI, library access.