Joshua Tasoff is an associate professor in Claremont Graduate University’s Department of Economic Sciences. His research focus is in behavioral economics, a subfield of economics that focuses on enriching economic analysis with psychology. He received his PhD in economics from the University of California, Berkeley and his SB from MIT.
Harper East 204
Advanced Microeconomics I: Consumer Theory & General Equilibrium
Advanced Microeconomics II: Game Theory & Asymmetric Information
Behavioral Economics Incubator
Foundations of Psychology & Economics
Mechanisms that Rule the Social Universe
Topics in Psychology & Economics