Who is this class for: This course is intended for anyone who has taken at least one course in economics either in high school or in college, and is interested in how our innate biases affect our financial decision-making.


Created by:  Duke University

  • Emma Rasiel

    Taught by:  Emma Rasiel, Associate Chair and Professor

    Economics
Language
English, Subtitles: Portuguese (Brazilian)
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 of 291 ratings

It was a really interesting course but I think the biases could be explained more.

me gusto mucho el curso, me genero algo de confusion que en los exámenes aparecieran conceptos que no estaban en las diapositivas y seria bueno que se tuvieran videos que profundizaran mas en las explicaciones.

Very interesting course, I learned new terminology and it will be able to analyse certain behavior that I am noticing daily at work. The only minus that why is not 5 * is the presentations. They need a bit of work to be more attractive. PDF format is ok but not really helpfull to scroll down and read. Thank you!

Extremely interesting and relevant content, presented in a thoughtful and compelling way. Most importantly, I learned something new that I will try to use in my own life.