The aim of the course is to consider diverse aspects of decision-making across a variety of contexts - entrepreneurial, individual, interpersonal, psychological, cognitive and verbal.

Requirements: active participation, regular homework

Final assessment: in-class contribution, presentation


1. Introduction. Why decision-making matters and affects us.

2. Arguing pro and con

3. To act or not to act

4. Emotions vs. Rationality

5. Synchronyzing

6. Dilemmas

7. Game Theory

8. Decision-Making Models

9. How do we experience/ how do we know?