ECON 443

Organizations (companies, governments, and not-for-profits) are increasingly using experimentation to make decisions, such as pricing decisions, marketing strategies, and policies to incentivize employees and customers. However, many organizations currently lack the expertise to design and analyze experiments. Econ 443 will teach students to design and run experiments so that they can be on the cutting-edge of organizational decision-making. These experiments generate data to answer key causal questions for the organization.

ECON 310. Exclusion ECON 443 (Topic Title: Principles Neuroeconomics); PSYC 398 (Topic Title: Behavioural Neuroeconomics).

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