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The Institute of Behavioral Finance advances the study of the impact of psychology on investor decision-making and market fluctuations. Through its major publication, The Journal of Behavioral Finance, and sponsored conferences the Institute is at the forefront of new research in Behavioral Finance. The Institute's research areas include heuristic biases, formation of bubbles, and over- and under-reaction. The objective of the Institute is to address important new issues in Behavioral Finance by involving interested practitioners and academics in many fields, including economics, finance, psychology, sociology, and neuro-economics. By incorporating the work of leaders in varied disciplines the Institute seeks to find better explanations for investor decision-making and market anomalies that have been noted but not explained for several generations.

The Journal of Behavioral Finance offers penetrating insights into the performance of today's financial markets and is an indispensable resource for academics and practitioners who want to utilize behavioral concepts to understand the "how, what, when and where" of investing.

 

 

On David Dreman's Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Psychological Edge
Copyright 2012 by The Institute of Behavioral Finance
By: Tim Loughran

 

 

Volume 16, Number 1, 2015 Titles


The Use of Word Lists in Textual Analysis
Tim Loughran University of Notre Dame
Bill McDonald University of Notre Dame

Impact of Information Disclosure on Prices, Volume, and Market Volatility: An Experimental Approach
Yang Zhang Beijing Forestry University
Hong Zhang Tsinghua University
Michael J. Seiler Old Dominion University

Why Might Investors Choose Active Management?
F. Douglas Foster University of Technology, Sydney
Geoffrey J. Warren Australian National University

Adaptive Trading and Longevity
Ryan Garvey Duquesne University
Fei Wu Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Investor Sentiment and Stock Market Liquidity
Shuming Liu San Francisco State University

On the Persistence of Overconfidence: Evidence From Multi-Unit Auctions
Emmanuel Morales-Camargo The University of Texas Arlington
Orly Sade Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Charles Schnitzlein The University of Vermont
Jaime F. Zender University of Colorado at Boulder

Investor Sentiment and Short-Term Returns for Size-Adjusted Value and Growth Portfolios
Doug Waggle University of West Florida
Pankaj Agrrawal University of Maine

How Investor Perceptions Drive Actual Trading and Risk-Taking Behavior
Arvid O. I. Hoffmann Maastricht University
Thomas Post Maastricht University
Joost M. E. Pennings Maastricht University

 


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