Economics and Psychology Master
The Economics & Psychology master is co-accredited by two Universities, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Paris and is supported by the PSE. It offers a bi-disciplinary research oriented training. Half the students enter after undergraduate studies in psychology (“psychology-track”), the other half after undergraduate studies in economics (“economics-track”).
The M1 year mixes track specific classes aimed at reaching an homogenous background in both fields, and common classes in both economics and psychology at the master level. The M2 year offers research oriented training common to all students, as well as PhD- and professional- track specific classes.
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Summer School Experimental Economics
While experiments have been seen for long as a specific domain within economics, the experimental method is now widely considered as a tool among others in the typical economist’s toolbox. Its use has shed light on many areas, on the theoretical side as on the more applied and descriptive ones. It has led to the development of “behavioral economics”, but its relevance is much wider than just that. This program offers an overview of experimental methods and techniques aimed at understanding economic behavior: how to design, implement and analyze an experiment so to answer a research question.
Instructors (2021) : Béatrice Boulu-Reshef, Fabrice Etilé, Nicolas Jacquemet, Olivier L’Haridon and Angelo Secchi
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