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Explores theories of how people make decisions. Examines assumptions of rationality and alternative explanations. Applies theories to business decisions. Builds skills in experimental design, reading original research literature, building behavioral theory, executing original experimental research, and applying statistics. May also count as a course within the Microeconomics Theme. 1 unit.
Prerequisite: Economics 301, & Mathematics 117 or Mathematics 217.