Saturday, November 15, 2014

Dublin Behavioural and Experimental Finance Colloquium

Below is the programme for the Dublin Behavioural and Experimental Finance Colloquium being organised by TCD's Brian Lucey and DCU's Michael Dowling.

The first DBEF Symposium is to be held on 6 December 2014, in the Sutherland Center, 6th Floor, Arts Building, TCD.  The papers are noted below and will be presented by the underlined/italicised author. Complete papers and presentations, when available, will be linked here.

A small (€25) fee applies for anyone not an undergraduate or postgraduate student. Proof of this will be required. Payment will be by PayPal, and a link will be emailed when you fill in the form below. Please note space is limited. Presenting authors are of course exempt.  Each paper will be presented for a max of 30m , and a the conclusion of the session papers questions will be taken.

0915-0930 : Introduction to the colloquium and to the Journal of Behavioural And Experimental Finance Brian Lucey and Michael Dowling

0930-1100 Session 1 Placement

Frenemies: Information Sharing Among Competing Fund Managers Bernard  Ganglmair U Texas at Dallas ; Alex Holcomb & Noah Myung  Naval Postgraduate School and University of Virgini

Under-pricing of IPO’s in Experimental Markets Sascha F├╝llbrunn, Radboud University Nijmegen, Tibor Neugebauer University of Luxembourg Andreas Nicklisch University of Hamburg

1115-1245 Session 2 People

CEO Social Status and Corporate Acquisitiveness Michael Dowling, Liam Gallagher and Yulia Plaksina, Dublin City University

Trading and beliefs in markets with information flows – does market micro-structure matter? Caroline Bonn & Florian Lindner University of Innsbruck, David Schindler , Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

1345-1500 Session 3 Products

The “Objective Valuation” Task: A New Technique for the Study of Product Complexity Pete Lunn, Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) & Trinity College Dublin

Behavioral Aspects of the Regulation of retail gasoline prices Martin Angerer  & Georg Peter U Liechtenstein

1500-1700 Session 4 Psychology

Taking Individual Financial Responsibility Dirk Brounen, Kees Koedijk, and Rachel Pownall Tilburg University

Psychological Barriers in Traded Metal Prices Mark Cummins and Michael Dowling, Dublin City University Brian Lucey Trinity College Dublin

Risk preferences, finance and constitutional change Liam Delaney, Stirling

1700-1800 Keynote   

Behavioral Finance From the Mind to the Market  Greg B. Davies, Barclays

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