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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.





Behavioral Finance & Economics Consortium-2018-Program; Chicago
October 17-20, 2018, Chicago, IL, USA
https://www.aobf.org/
JOIN US IN CHICAGO this October for the World's Largest Annual Gathering of Behavioral Finance & Economics Scholars, Researchers, and Experts; Now in its 11th Year of Offering!
Main Topics Covered:
  • Financial Risk: Analysis & Application
  • Decisions Making: Systemic & Corporate Risks
  • Trust: Financial Markets, Policy, Investment, Regulation
  • Behavioral-Finance-Based Trading; Technical Analysis
  • Retirement Saving & Planning, Value Investing
  • Evidence-Based Financial Planning
  • Sustainable Finance & Markets
  • Entrepreneurial Finance, Venture Capital, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Behavioral Finance: Training and Teaching
  • Other Real-Life Finance Decisions, Functions and Problems
For any questions email us at: Staff@aobf.org or Call our Los Angeles Office at: 310-439-1704.


Behavioral Finance &
Economics Consortium
October 17-20, 2018, Chicago, IL, USA
Call for Papers, Seminars, & Participation
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: May 31, 2018
  • Financial Risk: Analysis & Application
  • Decisions Making: Systemic & Corporate Risks
  • Trust: Financial Markets, Policy, Investment, Regulation
  • Behavioral-Finance-Based Trading; Technical Analysis
  • Retirement Saving & Planning, Value Investing
  • Evidence-Based Financial Planning
  • Sustainable Finance & Markets
  • Entrepreneurial Finance, Venture Capital, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Behavioral Finance: Training and Teaching
  • Other Real-Life Finance Decisions, Functions and Problems
TARGET AUDIENCES: Academics and Researchers; Practitioners and Professionals in all Finance Areas; Policy Makers; Regulators; Other Experts and Professionals in Areas of Finance, Economics, and Decision Making.
CONFERENCE DATES AND PLACE:
October 17-20, 2018, Chicago, Illinois, USA
AWARDS FOR THE ROBERT A. OLSEN BEST DOCTORAL STUDENT PAPERS IN BEHAVIORAL FINANCE & ECONOMICS. Upon request at the time of submission, single-author papers proposed by Doctoral Students will be further reviewed by the Program Committee, and the Best Papers will be selected for special recognition at our 2018 ABF&E Annual Meeting. Recognition includes receiving:
  1. Academy's "Award Certificate for the Robert A. Olsen Best Doctoral Student Paper in Behavioral Finance & Economics",
  2. A $500.00 prize check, and
  3. Consideration for publishing, upon the winners' written request, the selected papers in The Journal of Behavioral Finance & Economics- JBF&E.
SUBMISSION OF PAPERS, ABSTRACTS, AND SEMINARS for Presentation. To submit your completed paper, detailed abstract, or seminar proposal, simply click on the following URL and follow the related instructions. The submission fee is $55.00. To submit, click here: http://www.aobf.org/papersubmissionform.php
SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS May 31, 2018; Early Submission is Encouraged. Notifications of results will be emailed to all respondents generally in three (3) weeks from the date of submission.
FOR ANY QUESTION YOU MAY EMAIL: Staff@aobf.org
Special Sessions and Panels/Workshops. Persons interested in organizing a Special Session or Panel/Workshop should submit a letter of interest, along with a short bio using the deadline and instructions above.

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