BEHAVIORAL FINANCE - A Case for Theory-Driven Experimental Enquiry - A theoretical information-processing framework is presented for examining how individuals process financial information in decision making
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|Contributors:||Raghubir, Priya; Das, Sanjiv Ranjan|
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