IV Workshop LABSI on Behavioral Finance: Theory and Experimental Evidence
Behavioral finance studies financial markets focusing on the behavioral and psychological factors that affect actual decision-making. Experimental economics has been widely used to test theories and models that predict actual behavior in such markets. In recent years the interplay between these research fields has enhanced the understanding of financial markets and it has been helpful for institutional design. We invite submissions of papers discussing behavioral finance both experimentally and theoretically, as well as papers analyzing asset pricing, market microstructure, and corporate finance issues from an experimental or theoretical perspective. Experimental methods should be understood in a broad sense, inclusive both of laboratory and field experiments. Theoretical papers should strictly referred to decision-making under uncertainty and decisional criteria in financial markets.
|Event dates:||2006-04-06 – 2006-04-08|
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2006-01-15|
|Classification:||G0 - Financial Economics. General|
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