Curricula and Syllabi in Experimental Economics
This is the website for a course on behavioural economics as taught as an advanced course at masters level by the University of Oslo since 2006. It includes details of the syllabus / reading list, assessment methods, lecture handouts and economic problems to be discussed in the seminars. Specific topics covered by the course include behavioral decision theory, time inconsistency and self-control, social preferences and fairness.
This is a syllabus for a behavioural economics course as taught by Professor P.J. Healy of Carnegie Mellon in 2006. It includes information on the course structure, assessments and topics. It also features a short article on Defining Behavioral Economics: History and A Parable, that explores the origins of the subject.
Archived from a course delivered in Spring 2006, this site has lecture notes, a syllabus and assignments freely available as part of MIT OpenCourseWare.