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The Joint European Meeting of the
Academy of Behavioral Finance &
Economics and the Academy of
Entrepreneurial Finance:
Call for Papers & Participation

March 16-17, 2017, Stuttgart, Germany

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: NOVEMBER 11, 2016.

Organized and Co-Sponsored by the University of Hohenheim,
Germany; Venue: L-Bank Stuttgart
Ph.D. Workshop
March 15, 2017 at the University of Hohenheim


OBJECTIVE: to discuss current research related to issues surrounding the financing of entrepreneurial businesses and innovation, and decision-making of institutions and individuals in the context of behavioral finance. Submissions in all areas of entrepreneurship, innovation, and behavioral finance and economics will be considered. Topics include, but are not limited to:
  • New forms of financing start-ups, young growing firms and innovation
  • Start-ups, young growing firms and innovation in a global context
  • Characteristics of entrepreneurs and investors / Effect on financing decisions
  • Business and financial decision making under risk and uncertainty
  • Behavioral portfolio choice of individual and institutional investors
  • Investor sentiment, market anomalies
  • Contribution of different funding sources to innovation and growth
  • Interplay among investors / Complexity of the entrepreneurial finance ecosystem
  • Processes of firm entry and exit
  • Sustainable finance and markets
  • The role of trust in investment management, markets, policy and regulation
  • Sources of data on entrepreneurial finance and methodological issues
  • Behavioral finance based financial risk analysis and applications
  • Further issues related to the fields of entrepreneurship, innovation, and behavioral finance and economics

NOTE: Your Submission Does Not Need to Just Focus on Entrepreneurial Finance; Your Paper Can be a Purely Behavioral Finance & Economics Paper Covering topics like:
  • Behavioral-Finance-Based Financial Decision Making;
  • Behavioral-Finance-Based Technical Analysis;
  • Financial Risk Analysis and Application;
  • Value Investing;
  • Trust, Financial Markets, the Post-2008 Econ/Financial Realities;
  • Retirement Saving & Planning;
  • Any other Finance topic with a Behavioral Finance Focus

SUBMISSION OF PAPERS:
THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS NOVEMBER 11, 2016. Please submit your work at: https://aef2017.uni-hohenheim.de/submission. Early submission is encouraged.

Special Sessions, Panels or Workshops:
Persons or organizations interested in hosting a special session, panel or workshop are invited to submit a letter of interest by November 11, 2016 to: aef2017@uni-hohenheim.de


For More Info on our Joint European Meeting 2017 please
visit: https://aef2017.uni-hohenheim.de/

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