FYS-178 An Experimental Avatar: Discovering Economics

Instructor: Associate Professor Rimvydas Baltaduonis
Department: Economics

Course Description:
Microeconomic theory attempts to explain the decisions that individuals and firms make about spending time, money, and other scarce resources. In this experimental microeconomics seminar, students participate in a series of economic experiments designed to test hypotheses and develop models of economic behavior. Participants learn the core ideas in microeconomic theory by discussing and writing about experiences and observations.