Behavioral Economics and the Seven Deadly Sins (Part 1)
Kick-off for the 7th seminar on “Behavioral Economics and the Seven Deadly Sins” at Passau University, Germany. Super interactive webinar on selfishness, envy, retaliation and moral decay with lots of classic experiments. For those who are interested in the topics, below is the full syllabus of part 1. More to come soon.
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