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Master Course in Global Economics and Behavioral Economics

Welcome to the Master Course in Global Economics and Behavioral Economics, a comprehensive program designed to equip students with a deep understanding of economic principles on a global scale, coupled with insights from the fascinating field of Behavioral Economics. This interdisciplinary course offers a unique blend of theoretical knowledge and practical applications, preparing students to navigate the complex landscape of global economic interactions with a nuanced understanding of human behavior and decision-making.

Module 1: Foundations of Global Economics In this module, students will establish a solid foundation in the fundamentals of global economics. Topics covered include international trade, economic development, global financial markets, and the role of institutions in shaping the global economic landscape. Through case studies and real-world examples, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the interconnectedness of economies and the key drivers of global economic dynamics.

Module 2: Advanced Macroeconomics in a Global Context Building on the foundations laid in Module 2, this module delves into advanced macroeconomic theories and their application in a global context. Students will explore topics such as economic growth, monetary policy, fiscal policy, and exchange rates, with a focus on their implications for countries in an interconnected world. Case studies and simulations will be used to analyze the impact of global events on macroeconomic stability and policy responses.

Module 3: Behavioral Economics Fundamentals This module introduces students to the principles of Behavioral Economics, exploring how psychological factors influence economic decision-making. Students will examine cognitive biases, heuristics, and the interplay between emotions and rationality in economic choices. Through interactive exercises and experiments, students will develop a keen understanding of the behavioral foundations that underpin economic behavior.

Module 4: Applying Behavioral Economics in a Global Context In this practical module, students will learn to apply Behavioral Economics principles to real-world global economic challenges. Case studies will highlight how behavioral insights can inform policy-making, marketing strategies, and decision-making in a variety of global contexts. Students will engage in hands-on projects, developing the skills needed to address complex issues using a behavioral economics lens.

Module 5: Integrating Global and Behavioral Economics The final module of the course focuses on integrating global and behavioral economics to provide students with a holistic perspective. Students will explore how behavioral insights can enhance global economic models and strategies, fostering a nuanced understanding of economic phenomena. The module will include discussions on ethical considerations, policy implications, and future trends in the evolving field of global and behavioral economics.

By the end of this Master Course, students will emerge with a profound understanding of the intricate relationship between global economic forces and human behavior, preparing them to make informed decisions and contribute to shaping a sustainable and resilient global economic landscape.

In this master course, I would like to teach the 5 major topics:
1. Foundations of Global Economics

2. Advanced Macroeconomics in a Global Context

3. Behavioral Economics Fundamentals

4. Applying Behavioral Economics in Global Context

5. Integrating Global and Behavioral Economics

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