Aug 16, 2017
Great course! It allows to understand the twisted logic that run in our heads. Helps to establish the balance between probabilistic truth and illusions that infect our decision-making. Thanks a lot!
May 03, 2018
This course was a very good sum up of Daniel Kahneman's thinking fast and slow. Definitely recommend to everyone who would like to know more about our flaws or would like to refresh your knowledge.
von Roshni G•
Sep 24, 2017
More clear examples and scenarios can be given for explaining each bias.
von Shubham K S•
Feb 15, 2018
Tests the understanding in depth.
von Edwina D•
Aug 29, 2016
3 weeks was a bit of a rush to get everything done, but the course was very informative and met expectations.
von Benjamin L•
Jan 05, 2017
Interesting course about behavioral biais with many examples and cases. Altough I expected a course more oriented into financial decisions on how to learn to avoid financial bias and make better decisions I still learned a lot.
von Narisha R•
Jun 09, 2017
This is a good introductory course. It is well taught and opened up a new level of understanding about decision-making processes and trends.
von Oriol G i R•
Aug 16, 2016
It's a great course, clear explanations and simple videos.
The missing star was lost on the way that misleading or undefined bias are presented, especially during the different decision phases.
I would like to propose to discuss a case of a stock share in a timeline, to see whether this "panic" or "overconfidence" applies, and also in global macroeconomics (e-g. the PIGS bubble, the debt bubble)
von Oliver N•
Jun 12, 2017
Contains a lot of excellent information. A very interesting course, and very useful for understanding our own biases and how people make sub-optimal choices. Unlike most courses on Coursera, you need to read the written pdf files as well as watch the videos - the videos alone don't cover all the information you need to pass the final.
von Rebeca M M d L•
Dec 07, 2016
This course has very interesting and complete content. However, for begginers it can be a bit hard to take all quizes successfully at first attempt, due to the high number of concepts addressed in the videos and articles. Some concepts seems obvious at first, but a begginner can get confused among them. Maybe the material should be better organized in topics, in order to facilitate the comprehension of different ideas. Nevertheless, I highly recommend this course.
von Nam D•
Aug 25, 2017
This is helpful to understand financial phenomenon with another view points. but the several concepts are ambiguous and some quiz doesn't make sense, I think.
von Siddhartha P•
Aug 11, 2016
A different and interesting perspective to look in the field of finance. Content is little confusing and more of self study component, but overall it's worth.
von Deepak S•
Jul 19, 2017
Its quite challenging to pass the quizes, especially if you are a beginner. And because its challenging to pass (or at least it seemed so), if you pass you gain a sense of achievement and learning.
Overall it was a great course, i have two areas of improvement to suggest:
1. Topics and course material can be more structured
2. Length of the course seemed short
von Yilin L•
Dec 27, 2016
von sima o•
May 14, 2017
Such an amazing course, I wish there were more videos by Professor Rasiel in general specially with respect to crashes and bubbles. Thanks
von Holger H•
Oct 16, 2016
Comprehensive course on behavioural economics with a focus on getting those constraints in thinking and alternatives for rational thought explained in clear language. Although some prior knowledge in economics comes in handy, this course is clear enough to follow and complete for those with no experience in the dismal science. The video's are clear, the reading consists of college slides and the examples give a clear reading of complex processes.
von Panagiota A•
Jan 29, 2018
Interesting -supported by theory- insight on how financial decisions are made and in which false assumptions/predictions decision makers ¨fall¨.
von Murillo L D S P•
Jan 17, 2018
Great content, good videos. Material could be better though.
von Madan A•
Jul 05, 2018
Excellent Course! Wish we could go in more depth!
von Basem C•
Oct 18, 2016
Very useful especially as an introduction to Behavioral Finance. Week 2 would have been better to be split over two weeks.
von Смирнова Э Р•
May 26, 2017
The mass of information is a little hectic. Would appreciate more explanations and also more questions as to what will most likely happen instead of why exactly smth has happened. Especially in the final tasks.
von Xiao M•
Aug 14, 2017
I hope the lecture is more connected to the reading, but with more different examples to fully explain those concepts. Also, it would be great if professors can help us differentiate those similar concepts in the lecture. Lastly, please add feedback of correct answers and explanation after quize questions! Thank you!
von Manvi G•
Jan 06, 2018
It was a great experience, and i was able to learn and enhance all my concepts. This course helped me to brush up and have clarity towards all the concepts related to finance.
von Martin P R•
Mar 24, 2017
A very interesting and useful course. I had some difficulty distinguishing some of the biases - it is like some of them are nested within others, which makes choosing the one that is most relevant to a situation quite tricky.
von Mirko T•
Nov 07, 2017
Very good course, interesting and well managed! Good slides, good lessons with good subtitles
von Yiannis K•
Jun 23, 2017
Very interesting course, I learned new terminology and it will be able to analyse certain behavior that I am noticing daily at work. The only minus that why is not 5 * is the presentations. They need a bit of work to be more attractive. PDF format is ok but not really helpfull to scroll down and read. Thank you!
von Tom F•
Mar 11, 2018
The course is great but the last two exams are poorly structured: the point is to not simply pass the exam, but to be able to learn from my mistakes. It was pretty straightforward to accomplish the feedback I sought with the explanations offered on the first test, but the second and third tests were practically impenetrable. Further, navigating back and forth is ridiculously difficult: only the results for week one are the default; the others require much effort. I still haven't been able to review or redo the second test, nor have I been able to find the course material for week 2. I enjoyed the course, and the instructors were first rate, but there's some serious infrastructural improvements need to make your roadways way more passable. Thank you, and I hope Duke takes my comments seriously: if you're reaching out to the world, it's best to put on one's Sunday best.