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 research seminar, graded by Christos Ioannou 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 Vincent de Gardelle and Jean-Christophe Vergnault. Syllabus.

  • Economic and social psychology (Fall), by Todd Lubart. 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 Economics 2 (Spring), by Béatrice Boulu-Reshef, Christos Ioannou and Nicolas Jacquemet. Syllabus. Course Material.
  • (b) Behavioral Industrial Organization (Spring), by Leonardo Pejsachowicz and Christos Ioannou. 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 (Spring), by Andrew Clark and Anthony Lepinteur. Syllabus.
  • (b) Neuroeconomics (Spring), by Stefano Palminteri and Germain Lefebvre. Syllabus.
  • (a/b) Topics in game theory (Spring) by Frédéric Koessler. Syllabus.

 

Psychology