The Behavioural Economics & Game Theory track in the Economics Master's programme focuses on the psychology of economic behaviour. In reality, most decisions are not based on calculated optimal behaviour but on psychological, social, cognitive and emotional factors that frame the problem before arriving at a decision. Delve into these hidden motives in this single-year Master’s track.
Distinguished professors at the Amsterdam School of Economics combine eminent teaching skills with an active research agenda, resulting in a programme that is both knowledge-intensive and research-based. You won't regret following the Behavioural Economics & Game Theory track of the Economics Master's programme in Amsterdam.
The Master of Science in Economics is a one-year programme of 60 ECTS credits (1 ECTS credit = 0.5 US credits). The course schedule is listed below. The academic year runs from September to the beginning of July and is divided into two semesters, each with three periods. Please refer to the academic calendar for the exact dates.
The Master's thesis is the final requirement to be completed prior to graduation. It will be supervised by an economics researchers from a relevant field.
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Last updated December 22, 2016