Lecture Slides in Experimental Economics
Materials from a course in behavioural economics taught in 2020. "This course covers recent advances in behavioral economics by reviewing some of the assumptions made in mainstream economic models, and by discussing how human behavior systematically departs from these assumptions. Applications will cover a wide range of fields, including labor and public economics, industrial organization, health economics, finance, and development economics." Includes problem sets and exams with solutions, lecture videos, lecture slides, and detailed reading list.
Fourteen sets of PDF lecture slides from a course "emphasizing the psychological evidence as the basis for sound economic analysis". The lectures introduce "empirical papers drawn from a variety of fields: asset pricing, corporate finance, consumption, development economics, environmental economics, health economics, industrial organization, labor economics, political economy, and public economics."
Lectures from BEEM109 Experimental Economics and Finance, 2009/10. Slides in PDF format. Shared as part of the TRUE project.
Lecture slides in Powerpoint format from Markets, Games and Strategic Behaviour, 2008/09, shared as part of the TRUE project:
PowerPoint presentation depicting decision-making under risk, showing how risk attitudes can be examined using choices among lotteries or willingness to pay for insurances. Shows how risk attitudes can be captured in convexity of the indifference curve or strict concavity of the utility function; and how risk aversion can be quantified by the ratio of second and first derivatives of the utility function, implying that it falls as wealth increases.