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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 15, Number 3, 2014 Titles


Managerial Expectations of Synergy and the Performance of Acquiring Firms: The Contribution of Soft Data
James CiconNew Jersey Institute of Technology
Jonathan Clarke – Georgia Institute of Technology
Stephen P. Ferris – University of Missouri
Narayanan JayaramanGeorgia Institute of Technology

Analysts’ Forecast Dispersion and Stock Returns: A Quantile Regression Approach
Ming-Yuan (Leon) Li – National Cheng Kung University
Jyong-Sian Wu – Yuanta Securities Investment Banking Department

A Behavioral Shift in Earnings Response After Regulation FD
Seung Woog KwagSookmyung Women's University

Do Newspaper Articles Predict Aggregate Stock Returns?
Manuel AmmannUniversity of St. Gallen
Roman Frey – University of St. Gallen
Michael VerhofenUniversity of St. Gallen

The Core of Predation: The Predatory Core—Finding the Neurobiological Center of Financial Predators and Preys
Olivier MeslyUniversity of Québec in Outaouais

A Social-Psychological Perspective on Herding in Stock Markets
Maria AnderssonUniversity of Gothenburg
Martin HedesströmUniversity of Gothenburg
Tommy GärlingUniversity of Gothenburg

Determinants of Inflow to Mutual Funds: Criterion and Methodology for Their Application to the Mainland China Market
Tzu-Yi Yang – Ming Chi University of Technology
Yu-Tai Yang – Army Academic R.O.C.

 


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