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The Behavioral Life-Cycle Hypothesis
Self-control, mental accounting, and framing are incorporated in a behavioral enrichment of the life-cycle theory of saving called the behavioral life-cycle hypothesis. The key assumption of theExpand
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An Economic Theory of Self-Control
The concept of self-control is incorporated in a theory of individual intertemporal choice by modeling the individual as an organization. The individual at a point in time is assumed to be both aExpand
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The disposition to sell winners too early and ride losers too long
A method of making security paper such as paper for currency notes and paper made by the method. The method comprises incorporating in the body of the paper thermoplastic material, such asExpand
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Beyond greed and fear : understanding behavioral finance and the psychology of investing
Preface PART I: WHAT IS BEHAVIORAL FINANCE 1. Introduction 2. Heuristic-Driven Bias: The First Theme 3. Frame Dependence: The Second Theme 4. Inefficient Markets: The Third Theme PART II: PREDICTIONExpand
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Behavioral Portfolio Theory
Abstract We develop a positive behavioral portfolio theory (BPT) and explore its implications for portfolio constrution and security design. The optimal portfolios of BPT investors resembleExpand
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Explaining investor preference for cash dividends
Abstract The well-known tendency of investors to favor cash dividends emerges quite naturally in two new theories of choice behavior [the theory of self-control due to Thaler and Shefrin (1981), andExpand
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A Behavioral Approach to Asset Pricing
Behavioral finance is the study of how psychology affects financial decision making and financial markets. It is increasingly becoming the common way of understanding investor behavior and stockExpand
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Behavioral corporate finance
Managers and corporate directors need to recognize two key behavioral impediments that obstruct the process of value maximization, one internal to the firm and the other external. I call the firstExpand
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Behavioral Corporate Finance : Decisions that Create Value
1- Behavioral Foundations 2- Valuation 3- Capital Budgeting 4- Perceptions About Risk and Return 5- Inefficient Markets and Corporate Decisions 6- Capital Structure 7- Dividend Policy 8- AgencyExpand
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