|Course Title||Academic Year||Description||Code||Subject|
|Public Economics III||2021-2022||
The first part of the course concerns inequality and the design of social insurance.
(Non-Economics graduate students register for 202N.) Open to advanced undergraduates with consent of instructors.
Field seminar in experimental and behavioral economics.
|Behavioral and Experimental Economics III||2021-2022||
Economics 280 (formerly ECON 277) is a course primarily directed at graduate students in the Economics department writing dissertations with behavioral or experimental components.
|Behavioral and Experimental Economics II||2021-2022||
This is part of a three course sequence (along with Econ 278 & 280-formerly 277) on behavioral and experimental economics.
|Behavioral and Experimental Economics I||2021-2022||
This is the first part of a three course sequence (along with Econ 279 & 280-formerly 277) on behavioral and experimental economics.