The Economics of Information, Information Technologies and Human Behaviour
Summer School

Enrolment until 13 July 2020 Course enrolment
Start 03 August 2020
Duration / ECTS-Credits 1 month / equals 5  ECTS-Credits
Cost*  € 600.-
Degree Certificate from the University of Innsbruck

 

Coures Director

Prof. Matthias BankUniv.-Prof. Dr. Matthias Bank
Department of Banking and Finance

 

 

  
 

Administration

Heidi Lahartinger-Spiss
Faculty of Business and Management
Universitätsstraße 15
6020 Innsbruck
Tel.: +43 512 507–96028
  ulg-db@uibk.ac.at

 

Dates

Location:
online

03/04/05/06/07 August 2020
17/18 August 2020
21 August 2020

always from 09 am to 12:30 pm

 

Content

Digitization has had a substantial impact on many aspects of modern economies, most notably in the realm of gathering, processing and sharing information. This course centers around the economics of information in a digitalized world, with a particular focus on the interaction of information technologies with human behaviour and decision-making. Case studies and real-world examples are used to emphasize the opportunities and pitfalls associated with digitalization. Students will learn about behavioural biases and heuristics, how new technologies can help us overcome them or use them to our advantage, and where behavioural biases might be reinforced or exploited by these technologies.

The course will be taught in englisch.

 

Qualification Profil

Graduates of the summer school gain in-depth knowledge of how digital markets work and are able to and are able to develop and implement concepts for digital transformation processes.

 

Requirements

Relevant Magister/Diploma degree with 240 ECTS-Credits or a relevant bachelor`s degree or equivalent combined with three years of post-graduate professional experience.

 

Target Group

Graduates from the University of Innsbruck and other universities.

 

 

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