ECO 213 Judgement and Managerial Decision-Making
Judgement and Managerial Decision-Making
Class hours: 42
Credits (ECTS): 6
LM-EM – Specialization in Management for a Civil and sustainable Economy
Terms: 1st– 2nd
Course held in English
The course is an introduction to the science of decision-making, starting from the traditional rational choice approach and then moving to behavioral ones that take into account the existence of cognitive and emotional biases. Decision-making in strategic interaction is also studied, with a special focus on situations characterized by asymmetric information. Applications to management, finance, marketing, and labor incentives are presented.
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