LABEL Classroom


The study of human societies and the relationships among individuals within those societies occur at the intersection of many subfields of Social Science and STEM. Modern Economics is one of those subfields.

LABEL Classroom offers a structure educational platform to simply browse or learn actively at your pace about human behavior. It presents knowledge at the intersection of economics, psychology, neuroscience and biology. More specifically, the course brings insights from psychology, neuroscience and biology to explain how people behave and how this affects economic decisions.


The class is organized around 3 main themes:

  • individual decision-making: how do people make individual decisions (for instance, how do they decide to save)

  • strategic interaction: how do people interact with each other

  • market outcomes: how do individual behavior and social interactions produce results for the entire society.

Recent research across many fields emphasizes two critical aspects:


  • The importance of incentives faced by people that, at the aggregate level, produce specific societal outcomes. This is particularly visible in the economic domain. Changing these incentives (through regulation for instance) affects behavior and market outcomes. Key to these questions are the subfields of Game Theory and Market Design.  

  • The importance of irrational behavior on societal outcomes. Interestingly, there is converging evidence that behavior is driven by biology. The subtopics specialized on these issues are Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics and since very recently Neuro-Economics.

Audience for this course: high school students who wish to learn about Economics and the study of Human Behavior before applying to College. Undergrads and MA who want to learn about current trends in Economics.  


Difficulty: the resources complements AP level classes and introductory Undergraduate classes. It also offers a state-of-the art research approach. Topics are explained in the context of current knowledge and current research questions. Students should have acquired a good level in mathematics. Crash courses in mathematics, probability and statistics are available on the site.