Session Type: Interest Sessions|
Track: Professional Development & Management
Subcategories: Graduate & Professional Issues Track
Credit Type: Credit Hours and Clock Hours
School Type: All Schools
This session will discuss the basic principles of behavioral economics that relate to financial decisions, and explore our relationship with money. We’ll discuss why our super-smart students sometimes make unhealthy financial decisions, and why we sometimes do as well. Finally, we’ll discuss tools that help students identify core beliefs around money, and make the most of their financial aid resources.
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