“What I cannot create I do not understand.” – Richard Feynman, Nobel Laureate in Physics

We believe that experimentation is crucial to our understanding of the world around us. Experiments are also a great way to learn about finance. We teach a suite of subjects on finance and decision-making at the intersection of finance, economics, psychology, neuroscience and computer science. Many of them involve experiments.

In 2017, we are launching a new inter-disciplinary PhD program in decision sciences. Visit the program website for more information.

Subject on asset pricing theory (UG, Honours, PhD)
Algorithmic trading
Using experiments to learn how to use algorithms in trading
Personal finance
Introduction to personal financial decision-making
Experimental methods
Experimental methods for decision sciences
Decision neuroscience
Introducing the neuroscience of decision making
Street Finance
Experiential learning subject on financial literacy