SA Estonian Business School
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Estonian Business School in Helsinki
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Event

21 03.19

Behavioural Economics & Finance starting

21.03.2019 14:00 - 04.04.2019 14:45
Lauteri 3, Tallinn, ruum 303D

Course delivered by Open University

Study language: English

The objective of the course is to provide an overview of behavioural economics and behavioural finance; to learn to acknowledge, measure and analyse behavioural biases and heuristics; to learn to apply behavioural insights in practice and to understand the ethical limitations of using nudges and choice architecture; to learn how behavioural biases and heuristics affect investment decisions.

The course covers the following topics:

  • introduction to behavioural economics
  • heuristics and biases
  • nudges and choice architecture
  • ethical limitations and research methods
  • disposition effect
  • risk perceptions
  • forming portfolios
  • representativeness and familiarity
  • social interaction and investing
  • emotion and investment decision
  • self-control and decision making

 

Upon completion of the course the student:
 

  • knows the key studies and findings of behavioural economics and behavioural finance;
  • uses suitable methods for measuring and analysing behaviours;
  • considers the ethical limitations of "nudging";
  • is able to employ learned knowledge and skills in practice;
  • learns many psychological biases that affect decision making,
  • understands how these biases affect investment decisions;
  • sees how these decisions reduce one’s wealth, and
  • learns to recognize and avoid them in one’s life.

 

Lecturers: Hannu Kahra, Leonore Riitsalu
Price:  285 €

Time schedule:  21.03 kl 14.00-17.15/ 22.03, kl 10.15-13.30/  28.03 ja 04.04 kl 17.30-20.45

Requirements:  Previous Secondary education, Bachelor's Degree or equivalent, passed basic courses of social psychology and finance or practical experience in the field. English langauge B2.

 


    Add to Calendar 2019-03-21 14:00:00 2019-04-04 14:45:00 Behavioural Economics & Finance starting Course delivered by Open University Study language: English The objective of the course is to provide an overview of behavioural economics and behavioural finance; to learn to acknowledge, measure and analyse behavioural biases and heuristics; to learn to apply behavioural insights in practice and to understand the ethical limitations of using nudges and choice architecture; to learn how behavioural biases and heuristics affect investment decisions. The course covers the following topics: introduction to behavioural economics heuristics and biases nudges and choice architecture ethical limitations and research methods disposition effect risk perceptions forming portfolios representativeness and familiarity social interaction and investing emotion and investment decision self-control and decision making   Upon completion of the course the student:   knows the key studies and findings of behavioural economics and behavioural finance; uses suitable methods for measuring and analysing behaviours; considers the ethical limitations of "nudging"; is able to employ learned knowledge and skills in practice; learns many psychological biases that affect decision making, understands how these biases affect investment decisions; sees how these decisions reduce one’s wealth, and learns to recognize and avoid them in one’s life.   Lecturers: Hannu Kahra, Leonore RiitsaluPrice:  285 € Time schedule:  21.03 kl 14.00-17.15/ 22.03, kl 10.15-13.30/  28.03 ja 04.04 kl 17.30-20.45 Requirements:  Previous Secondary education, Bachelor's Degree or equivalent, passed basic courses of social psychology and finance or practical experience in the field. English langauge B2.   Lauteri 3, Tallinn, ruum 303D EBS info@ebs.ee Europe/Tallinn public