Behavioral Finance Investors, Corporations, and Markets
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Description: Behavioral Finance provides a comprehensive view of the psychological foundations and their applications to finance as determined by the current state of behavioral financial research. The book's seven sections focus on the following topics: (1) foundations and key concepts, (2) psychological concepts and behavioral biases, (3) behavioral aspects of asset pricing, (4) behavioral corporate finance, (5) investor behavior, (6) social influences, and (7) applications of behavioral finance. Writers from some of the most influential universities and firms, like the Social Science Research Network and Harvard University, will provide contributing chapters to add their insight and research to the topic.
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Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/5/2010
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.25" long x 1.75" tall
|Foundation and Key Concepts|
|Behavioral Finance: An Overview|
|Traditional versus Behavioral Finance|
|Behavioral Finance: Application and Pedagogy in Business Education and Training|
|Heuristics (Rules of Thumb)|
|Neuroeconomics and Neurofinance|
|The Psychology of Risk and Uncertainty|
|Psychological Influences on Financial Regulation and Policy|
|Psychological Concepts and Behavioral Biases|
|Prospect Theory and Behavioral Biases|
|Cumulative Prospect Theory|
|The Representativeness Bias|
|Other Behavioral Biases|
|Behavioral Aspects of Asset Pricing|
|Preference and Belief Based Models|
|Behavioral Corporate Finance|
|Enterprise Decision Making as Explained in Interview-Based Studies|
|Capital Budgeting and Other Investing Decisions|
|Dividend Policy Decisions|
|Loyalty, Agency Conflicts and Corporate Governance|
|Initial Public Offerings|
|Mergers and Acquisitions|
|Trust Behavior: The Essential Foundation of Financial Markets|
|Individual Investor Trading|
|Individual Investor Portfolios|
|Cognitive Abilities and Financing Decisions|
|Pension Participant Behavior|
|The Role of Culture and Finance|
|Social Interactions and Investing|
|Answers to Chapter Discussion Questions|