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Teaching

The Behavioural Science group teaches a portfolio of courses, from undergraduate to masters, MBA and Executive Education courses; and welcomes outstanding potential PhD students and research fellows, from a wide range of disciplines.

Undergraduate Modules

  • IB2580 - Foundations of Human Sociality and Cooperation - Alicia Melis
  • IB2590 - Acquiring Research Skills - Alicia Melis
  • IB3H80 - Leadership - Dawn Eubanks
  • IB3H90 - Strategic Games - Daniel Read
  • IB3J00 - Behavioural Economics - Alicia Melis
  • IB3J60 - Neuroscience for Business and Social Studies - Sebastiano Massaro

MSc Modules

  • IB9AG0 - Judgement and Decision Making - Jerker Denrell
  • IB9AM0 - Behavioural Microeconomics - Graham Loomes
  • IB9AN0 - Principles of Cognition - Nick Chater
  • IB9AZ0 - Fundamentals of Economic Behaviour - Tigran Melkonyan
  • IB9BA0 - Quantitative Methods of Business - Chengwei Liu
  • IB9BD0 - Behavioural Econonmics - Graham Loomes
  • IB9CS0/IB9CSB - Big Data Analytics - Tobias Preis
  • IM9030 - Complexity in the Social Sciences - Tobias Preis

MBA Modules

  • IB9090 - Improving Management Decision Making - Zvi Safra
  • IB9AP0 - Behavioural Sciences for the Manager - Daniel Read
  • IB9BH0 - Business, Politics, Society and Behaviour - Juliane Reinecke
  • IB9CV5/IB9CVB - Leading for Innovation - Dawn Eubanks

PhD Supervision

The Behavioural science group welcomes applications from potential PhD students from a wide range of disciplines interested including but not limited to:
  • Decision Making
  • Risk and Uncertainty
  • Behavioural Economics

Click here for a list of our current PhD students