Who is this class for: This course is intended for anyone who has taken at least one course in economics either in high school or in college, and is interested in how our innate biases affect our financial decision-making.


Created by:  Duke University

  • Emma Rasiel

    Taught by:  Emma Rasiel, Associate Chair and Professor

    Economics
Language
English, Subtitles: Portuguese (Brazilian)
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Duke University
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 of 335 ratings

Need more examples for week 2 courses and week 3 courses, to make it more understandable. Also, few concepts can have links for further reading in the slides shared to have more reliable resources to learn further.

The course was very interesting, but I think that it was not covered all the information that it was asked in the last quiz. Therefore the only suggestions is to provide more information regarding the 3 week's topic.

But in the overall, the course was really good.

Course was excellent ....content was limited and video lecture were very short. More theory for reading needed but examples were nicely put for better understanding

This course uses examples from 1600s to 2000s and have been very informative in how the investors behave. Anyone going into financial markets must take this course.