28 June 2024
The FEBT Summer School Behavioural economics focuses on the development of analytical and critical skills relevant for developing a holistic perspective on behavioural economics. It specialises on evaluating current trends and future prospects in the field of behavioural economics, developing a holistic perspective on evolution, cultural differences and challenges of cooperation, as well as developing basic framework for analysing behavioural mechanisms of economic decision making, while accounting for psychological and cultural aspects in this process. The experts in the field provide the scientific and practical knowledge of theories and methods used in behavioural economics.
Lena Malešević Perović is a full professor at Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism Split, University of Split and Head of doctoral studies in Economics at the same Faculty.
- Graduate students in economics (or in the social sciences, technical sciences or science related fields) who intend to round out their knowledge in the field and use it in the proces of preparing dissertations.
- Holders of undergraduate degrees or students on last year of ther studies in economics or the social sciences who wish to study the field of behavioural economics.
- Researchers and professionals working in the field.
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:
- Evaluate the current trends and future prospects in the field of behavioural economics
- Develop a holistic perspective on evolution, cultural differences and challenges of cooperation
- Develop basic framework for analysing behavioural mechanisms of economic decision making
- Account for psychological and cultural aspects in decision-making
This FEBT Summer school program offers participants the possibility of going through evaluation process for the purpose of requesting official credit transfers (ECTS).
Participants who wish to acquire 6 ECTS will be evaluated based on the regular and active course attendance and taking an exam in the form of take-home essay.
The goal of the essay is to show the necessary ability to critically think about the challenges of behavioural economics and the essay should have approximately 10.000 words.
EUR 545: This is a reduced rate for early bookings ("Early bird" rate) and applies if application materials are received by April 15, 2024.
EUR 645: This is a regular rate and applies if application materials are received by May 15, 2024.