Behavioral Finance: Financial Market Anomalies and a Nobel Prize

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Behavioral Finance: Financial Market Anomalies and a Nobel Prize
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Session: Behavioral Finance: Financial Market Anomalies and a Nobel Prize January 6, 2018 8:00 to 10:00 Regency AB Session Chair: Tobias Moskowitz, Yale University Short and Long Horizon Behavioral Factors By Kent Daniel; Columbia University and NBER David Hirshleifer; University of California, Irvine Lin Sun; Florida State University presented by: Kent Daniel, Columbia University and NBER Discussant: Robert Stambaugh, University of Pennsylvania Complexity Aversion When Seeking Alpha By Tarik Umar; Rice University presented by: Tarik Umar, Rice University Discussant: Marina Niessner, Yale University Sticky Expectations and the Profitability Anomaly By Jean-Philippe Bouchaud; Capital Fund Management Philipp Krueger; University of Geneva and SFI Augustin Landier; Toulouse School of Economics David Thesmar; Massachusetts Institute of Technology presented by: Augustin Landier, Toulouse School of Economics Discussant: Andrea Frazzini, AQR Capital Management, LLC Discussion of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics and Richard Thaler’s impact on financial markets By Kent Daniel; Columbia University and NBER Tobias Moskowitz; Yale University presented by: Tobias Moskowitz, Yale University Discussants: 1 Kent Daniel, Columbia University and NBER 2 Tobias Moskowitz, Yale University

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