Thaler’s Nobel prize and the evolution of behavioral finance - special issue now available
The Special Issue ‘Thaler’s Nobel prize: the evolution of behavioral finance’ is now available online.
Professor Richard Thaler’s Nobel Prize recognised his work in the field of behavioral finance, and in particular, that ‘human decisions are shaped by social context, expectation and temptation’ (Guardian). This collection of papers examines how Thaler’s contribution has changed the field of behavioral finance. The issue contains papers by several of Thaler’s contemporaries in pioneering behavioral finance: Werner De Bondt. Charles Goodhart, Meir Statman and Hersh Shefrin. To mark this publication, all papers are free to access until 16 July 2020.
- Personal routes into behavioural finance, (Robert Hudson, Yaz Gulnur Muradoglu)
- Investor and market overreaction: a retrospective, (Werner De Bondt)
- Learning is a social activity, (Charles Goodhart)
- My way to the second generation of behavioral finance, (Meir Statman)
- Unfinished business: a multicommodity intertemporal planner–doer framework, (Hersh Shefrin)