||This module includes several topics related to the economic analysis of the internal organization of the firm. The organization and development of the module will take into account the main learning objective of providing students with relevant economic theory to perform applied research in different fields of management. The theories are built on economic analysis of transactions and production and focused on the design of contracts, the way that persons organize such transactions. The contract is the result of a negotiation process among the affected parties. Games and behavioral economics provide the instruments for analyzing these processes. The module analyzes repeated and non repeated games under different information situations as well as non-cooperative and cooperative games. We make special emphasis on the applications of cooperative games to the contract design. The module also analyzes how external constrains (laws and state regulation) affect the design of such contracts. 1 Behavior, Contracts, Organitzations and Human Resources 2015 - 2016 The module emphasizes the application of the theories studied in the analyses of the human resources policies of the firms. Other potential applications (industrial organization, corporate finance…) are also discussed.