Understanding Behavioural Economics

In a previous post I had suggested those interested in Behavioural Economics should have a look at a free online course via http://www.edx.org titled Behavioural Economics in Action from the University of Toronto.

While you can do this course at any time via an archived version, I just noted that this course is running again based on what appears an annual cycle commencing on 15th October 2015 for those that like more interaction and potentially a course certificate.

You can get access to the course via the following link Behavioural Economics in Action.

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