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Behavioural Finance: Foundations & Recent Developments
Post-Conference Workshop (i) : Behavioural Finance: Foundations & Recent Developments
11 March, 2016, Singapore
Time: 13:30 - 17:30 hrs SST
The financial climate continues to be dynamic and evolving. New systems are being developed to analyze market behaviour and the attitudes of financial professionals. The emergence and impact of behavioural finance is reflected in the choice of recipients of the Nobel Prize in Economics (Daniel Kahneman, 2002 and Robert J. Shiller, 2013).
The neoclassical paradigm featuring rational decision making, efficient markets hypothesis (EMH) has dominated the quant finance landscape for the last half century. Recently a new financial paradigm has emerged, in which the psychological features considered by proponents of behavioural finance and the quantitative techniques favoured by the practitioners of established neoclassical finance are brought together.
In this workshop, some of the fascinating discoveries at the interface of behavioural and quantitative finance are presented.
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