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Course Behavioral Economics Alessandro Innocenti

Course Behavioral Economics Alessandro Innocenti

Academic year 2013-2014

Lecture 5 Cognitive economics and neuroeconomics

Lecture 5 Cognitive economics and Neuroeconomics

Aim: To provide an introduction to cognitive economics and neuroeconomics.

Outline: Cognitive economics and neuroeconomics: key principles. Tools. Basic facts about the brain. Cognitive processes. Automatic processes. Affective processes. Main findings. Implication for economics. A critique of neuroeconomics.

Readings:

Camerer, C. F., G. Loewenstein, and D. Prelec (2005) “Neuroeconomics: How Neuroscience Can Inform Economics”, Journal of Economic Literature, XLIII, 9-64.

G. W. Harrison (2008) “Neuroeconomics: A Rejoinder”, Economics and Philosophy, 24, 533-544.

Blogs, Videos and Websites:

Predicting Consumer Choices with Neuroeconomics



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