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Behavioral Economics and Decision-Making is a Course

Behavioral Economics and Decision-Making

Ended Jul 19, 2017

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Running from June 6 through July 18, 2017: Behavioral economics provides a framework for understanding how humans make decisions within the health care system. This course offers practical applications of scholarly research through an emphasis on case studies and the analysis of their results. Learners will be able to demonstrate how key concepts in behavioral economics are used, critique existing programs, design new approaches, and apply lessons to challenges they face in their work environments.