For a short description of available courses, please refer to the book of abstract. For an overall description of the year's organization, number of hours and ECTS, please refer to the overview page.

 

Mandatory courses

 

  • Job orientation (Spring), by Phillipe Cabon. Syllabus.

  • Economics and psychology reasearch seminar, graded by Béatrice Boulu-Reshef and Nicolas Jacquemet, organized by Fabrice Le Lec. Schedule. Syllabus.

  • Research tools: electronic resources and references management (Fall), by the MSE Library team.


     

Economics

 

  • Applied microeconometrics (Fall), by Morgane Laouenan. Syllabus.

Psychology

 

 

  • Cognition and economic behavior (Fall), by Nathan Faivre, Vincent de Gardelle and Jean-Christophe Vergnault. Syllabus.

  • Economic and social psychology (Fall), by Christine Roland-Lévy. Syllabus.

  • Emotions, identity and behavior (Fall), by Bo Sanitioso and Sylvia Krauth-Gruber. Syllabus.

 

Optional courses

 

Students must choose 2 "(a)" courses and 4 "(b)" courses . Among all 6 optional courses, 3 must belong to the Economics list, 3 to the Psychology list.

 

Economics

 

  • (b) Behavioral Industrial Organization (Spring), by Leonardo Pejsachowicz. Syllabus.
  • (a) Economics of decision under risk, uncertainty and time (Fall), by Mohamed Abdellaoui and Olivier l'Haridon. Syllabus.
  • (b) Economics of happiness and subjective states (Sping), by Andrew Clark and Anthony Lepinteur. Syllabus.
  • (b) Neuroeconomics (Spring), by Bastien Blain. Syllabus.

 

Psychology