ECON 3416 - Behavioral Economics (Northeastern University - Fall 2022)
Behavioral Economics (aka 'Psychology and Economics') is a growing sub-field of economics that incorporates insights from psychology and other social sciences into economics. The broad goal of these efforts is to make economic models more realistic and to strengthen their predictive power by incorporating previously neglected features such as self-control issues, concerns for others, or aversion to losses.
ECON 1291 - Development Economics (Northeastern University - Fall 2021)
This course explores social and economic development around the world. The focus is on the following themes: income, poverty, inequality, human development, geography, growth, impact evaluation, health, education, financial markets, and trade.