I ran a short optional course in aspects of behavioural economics last term and this streamed presentation contains some of the slides from a few of the sessions. I enjoyed teaching it - this is a part of the subject that really ought to have greater prominence in the AS / A2 syllabus and students enjoy researching some of the potential practical applications of ideas drawn from behavioural in addressing economic and social problems and issues. Click on the behavioural economic blog category - here - for more teaching resources.


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