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FIN 335 Behavioral Finance and Economics

Formerly FIN 396R . Not open to students who have completed FIN 396R.

Course Description:

This course examines how behavioral issues influence financial and economic decision making. It investigates behavioral issues such as overconfidence, asymmetric loss aversion, herding, and mental accounting and then shows how these issues cause individuals and markets to behave in ways that are not always rational or predicted by standard financial and economic theory. Course Rotation:Spring


3 credits


FIN 260 Minimum Grade of D