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is a new discipline that uses mathematical and statistical methodology to understand behavioral biases in conjunction with valuation . Some of this endeavor has been led by Gunduz Caginalp (Professor of Mathematics and Editor of Journal of Behavioral Finance during 2001–2004) and collaborators including Vernon Smith (2002 Nobel Laureate in Economics), David Porter, Don Balenovich , Vladimira Ilieva, Ahmet Duran ). Studies by Jeff Madura 2 , Ray Sturm 3 and others have demonstrated significant behavioral effects in stocks and exchange traded funds. The research can be grouped into the following areas: Empirical studies that ...
These are slides from a presentation to the Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, Squaw Valley Conference, May, 2008 (at which event Michael Jensen got me to agree to post these slides as a pdf on SSRN . . . ). The task is to give an overview of what I hope to be an emerging field of behavioral public finance. Behavioral finance, as per Barberis and Thaler 2003 (and others), consists of two parts: (1) individual level heuristics and biases, which can lead to sub-optimal (inconsistent) judgment and decision-making, and (2) institutional arbitrage mechanisms. In private finance ... Read More
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