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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Rated 4.4 out of 5 of 460 ratings

I am new to this coursera and i took my first course as Behavioral Finance.I learnt many things in it.

I came to know various knowledge about Behavioral Finance.

Amazing topic! It is a cutting-edge field and this course is a great introduction. Congratulations to the authors!

Very good course, interesting and well managed! Good slides, good lessons with good subtitles

I had a tougher time with this course than I thought I would. The supplemental materials were inadequate and I had a difficult time grasping the biases. Thankfully, the Internet was helpful. In all, I got a greater appreciation of behavioral economics. It is beyond money. It is in everything including the life choices we make.