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Product Description. Discover a structured, applied approach to behavioral finance with the first academic text of its kind--Ackert/Deaves' BEHAVIORAL. Ahetr that we move into psychological principles of behavioral finance, including heuristics and biases Finance: Psychology,. Decision-Making, and Markets. Sep 23, DEAVES PDF. Recognizing the way how to get this book Behavioral Finance: Psychology, Decision-Making, And Markets. By Lucy Ackert.
Foundations of finance II: Prospect theory, framing, and mental accounting ch. Challenges to market efficiency pt. Behavioral science foundations ch. Heuristics and Biases ch. Over confidence ch. Emotional foundations pt. Investor behavior ch. Implications of heuristics and biases for financial decision-making ch.
Implications of overconfidence for financial decision-making ch. Individual investors and the force of emotion pt.
Social forces ch. Social forces: Social forces at work: Market outcomes ch. Behavioral explanations for anomalies ch. Do behavioral factors explain stock market puzzles? Rational managers and irrational investors ch.
Behavioral corporate finance and managerial decision-making pt. Retirement, pensions, education, debiasing and client management ch.
Understanding retirement saving behavior and improving DC pensions ch. Debiasing, education, and client management pt. Money management ch. Behavioral investing ch.
Neurofinance and the trader's brain. Notes Includes bibliographical references pages and index. View online Borrow download Freely available Show 0 more links Related resource Table of contents only at http: Set up My libraries How do I set up "My libraries"? These 7 locations in All: Edith Cowan University Library.
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Open to the public. Campbelltown Campus Library. These 3 locations in New South Wales: This single location in Queensland: This single location in South Australia: This single location in Victoria: His main research interests have included behavioral finance, investor knowledge and pension fund design, experimental asset markets, investment fund performance, fixed-income return enhancement, modeling and predicting interest rates, pricing and hedging futures, and the relationship between financial markets and the macroeconomy.
Additionally, Dr. Deaves has consulted for large and small private firms as well as government agencies. He has also provided expert testimony in a number of legal proceedings. Most helpful customer reviews 13 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
Disappointed By i read books The content is fascinating. And the authors clearly know the field well. But I believe this is a case of very knowledgeable people who unfortunately lack the skill of explaining things well.
In some instances in the book, a concept is introduced and not explicitly defined. In another that comes to mind, part of a mathematical equation is dropped without explanation. The writing style is pedantic. The book generally reads as if it wasn't edited, or was edited by someone who knows too much about the field to be able to identify when something isn't adequately explained.
The use of words such as, "obviously," and "clearly," are tell-tale signs of a lack of empathy from the authors of the reader's perspective.
The math in the book actually isn't overly complicated, but it could have been made so much easier than how it was presented. My wife, who has a better head for numbers than me, rewrote some of the math sections in a more straightforward way and I understood immediately what had eluded me upon reading the book. I don't want to make the authors feel badly; I appreciate how difficult writing text books must be and applaud the effort here.