Academy of
            Behavioral Finance
& Economics
Previous Conference
The Journal of Behavioral Finance & Economics and Other Publications and Resources
Behavioral Finance:
Theory & Practice
Behavioral Finance Theory
Professor Vernon L. Smith - Nobel Laureate in Economics -
during his Keynote Address
at our 2011 Annual Meeting at UCLA.

Professor Joseph E. Stiglitz - Nobel Laureate in Economics - Keynote Speaker at the 2012 Annual Meeting at NYU-Poly; New York City, September 18-21, 2012.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics (ABF) is to offer a
dedicated forum for exchange of research findings and professional advancement related
to the fast-growing field of behavioral finance and economics.

ABF’s Key Areas of Interest:

• Investment and the Working of Financial Markets at all levels of functionality and
capital allocation—including both public and private aspects;
• Financial Management of Companies-both public and private entities;
• Firm Entry and Exit Process-ranging from startup ventures to mature businesses;
• Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Venture Capital;
• All other Business and Economic Endeavors that Involve Human Decision
Making and Choice Under Conditions of Risk and Uncertainly;
• Teaching and Learning—ranging from case development to other pedagogical

Contact Information:

Phone: 310-439-1704

Mailing Address:
Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics
13955 Tahiti Way, Suite 257
Marina del Rey, CA 90292