BEHAVIORAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS 1
|Anno accademico||2021/2022 Programmi anni precedenti|
|Titolo corso in inglese||BEHAVIORAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS 1|
|Codice insegnamento||PHD104 (AF:365754 AR:193978)|
|Crediti formativi universitari||6|
|Livello laurea||Corso di Dottorato (D.M.45)|
|Settore scientifico disciplinare||SECS-P/01|
|Spazio Moodle||Link allo spazio del corso|
Design of Experiments in Economics & topics in Behavioural Economics: from the research question to the publication of the paper
• Between/within subjects design
• Strategy method vs. direct method
• Anonymity and Observability
• Beliefs Elicitation
• Power analysis: How many subjects/sessions per treatment?
• Writing and reading instructions: framing effects and priming.
• What is a good experiment? An application to dishonesty
• Model of other-regarding preferences
• Evidence of other-regardin preferences and their interactions with monetary incentives
Gender Economics & experiments
• 60% of the final mark is determined by the final exam. The final exam will last about 1.5 hours and will include a set of 5 questions covering topics discussed in class (i.e. experimental methods, behavioral models discussed in class and their interpretation, the methods used to analyse experimental data, papers shaded in yellow). During the final exam you can use calculators (but not other electronic devices), but you cannot consult notes, books, or other written material.
In the syllabus, there are three kinds of readings:
• Required readings.
• Readings that will be presented and discussed by you or by your colleagues in the last two classes of this course. All students are expected to read these papers, and to participate in the discussion.
• Optional readings that are useful to get a broader perspective of the topic discussed in each class.
Questo insegnamento tratta argomenti connessi alla macroarea "Povertà e disuguaglianze" e concorre alla realizzazione dei relativi obiettivi ONU dell'Agenda 2030 per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile