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Course module: 500856-M-6
500856-M-6
Money and Financial Behavior
Course info
Course module500856-M-6
Credits (ECTS)6
CategoryMA (Master)
Course typeCourse
Language of instructionEnglish
Offered byTilburg University; Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences; TSB: Social Psychology; Social Psychology;
Is part of
M Social Psychology: Economic Psychology
Lecturer(s)
Lecturer
dr. C. Kogler
Other course modules lecturer
Academic year2020
Starting block
BLOK 1
Course mode
Full-time
RemarksCaution: this information is subject to change
Registration openfrom 17/08/2020 up to and including 20/08/2021
Aims
After this course you: 1. Can summarize the economic, sociological, and psychological perspectives on what money is. 2. Can explain how money causes adverse psychological consequences such as greed and corruption. 3. Can explain the individual and societal consequences of poverty, wealth, and inequality. 4. Can identify psychological processes that affect people's financial decisions in the domains of saving and spending, pensions, and taxes.
 
Specifics
This course will be run as a seminar and therefore your active participation is crucial. You are expected to come to class having carefully read all of the required readings for that day and prepared to discuss them. We will discuss the articles in-depth.
 
Your grade for this course will be determined by a final exam that will consist of approximately six essay questions that will mainly test your understanding of and ability to analyse and synthesize the content of the literature but may also ask you to apply and/or analyze applications of the content of the literature on real-life instances of financial behaviour problems. Obviously, this requires thorough factual knowledge of the content of the literature.
 
Recommended Prerequisites
Introduction to Economic Psychology
Content
Money is a ubiquitous and uniquely human invention. In a nutshell, this course addresses the complex relationship that people have with money and the implications for the financial behavior of economic agents. Or, in other words, this course teaches you what money does with people and what people do with money.
 
Type of instructions
13 practicals
 
Type of exams
Final Exam, Essay Questions
Course available for exchange students
Master level
Contact person
dr. C. Kogler
Timetable information
Money and Financial Behavior
Written test opportunities
DescriptionTestBlockOpportunityDate
Written test opportunities (HIST)
DescriptionTestBlockOpportunityDate
Schriftelijk / WrittenEXAM_01BLOK 1119-10-2020
Schriftelijk / WrittenEXAM_01BLOK 2211-01-2021
Required materials
To be announced
Indicated on CANVAS
Recommended materials
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Tests
Written

Multiple choice course literatur

Assignments

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