One suggested (non-mandatory) textbook for the course is An Introduction to Behavioural Economics by Nick Wilkinson and Matthew Klaes, (2012), Palgrave MacMillan. Another good reading is Animal Spirits by George Akerlof and Robert Shiller, (2009), Princeton University Press.
Students wishing to review their microeconomic theory should consult a textbook on intermediate microeconomic theory, such as Morgan, Katz and Rosen, (2006), Microeconomics, McGraw Hill or J. Perloff, (2008), Microeconomics: Theory and Applications with Calculus, Pearson.
*A more detailed reading list will be supplied prior to the start of the programme
**Course content, faculty and dates may be subject to change without prior notice