Behavioral economics and neuroeconomics are getting increasing attention within the broader field of economics. Their understanding is being acknowledged as crucial for both companies’ economic growth and success.
The call for behavioral economists and experts in neuroeconomics is now coming from all sectors.
In fact, Gallup has confirmed that companies that apply knowledge and insights coming from behavioral research tend to outsell their competitors in terms of sales (+85%) and gross margins (+25%), on an annual basis.
If you are an undergraduate with initiative, ambition and drive and you want to start an exciting, interdisciplinary learning path, joining our Master of science and becoming an expert in behavioral economics might be the right choice for you!
Academic year 2020/21
Scheduled start of classes: October 2020
Our Master’s of Science degree course in Economics and Behavioral sciences is a two-year learning course, all delivered in English.
It is addressed to undergraduate students with a background in economics and psychology, interested in decision-making processes and human behaviour within the economic and business setting. A strong interest towards the application of an experimental approach to the study of economic behavior.
In order to apply, students will be required to have specific requirements.
The EBS Master’s of Science Degree aims at developing a deep, all-encompassing knowledge about the behavior of economic and social decision-makers, so as to strengthen the predictive power of our models and the impact of the proposed measures for intervention.
Through an interdisciplinary learning path, the students will learn to apply all of the typical research tools derived from the economical mathematical-normative approach. Moreover, they will learn how to integrate them with all of the research tools derived from descriptive-experimental disciplines, such as neuro-cognitive and psychosocial sciences.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship : start-ups;
consulting companies, business incubators.
Marketing: marketing or market research units for the development of innovative marketing research designs and product, R&D and product development.
HR: internal companies HR departments or external employing agencies, trade unions or labour market research centers.
Public policies and Welfare: institutions for the development of economic and social policies istituzioni, policy makers consultants.
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