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Group Description

1) PURPOSE: to share info - and to debate on - finance and economics approaches

that go beyond the efficient market paradigm (Behavioral finance, Behavioral economics).



2) TOPICS: theoretical and practical, including incidences on current

market situations. Here is an indicative list:



- Behavioral finance, investor psychology, behavioral economics, neuroeconomics

- Market inefficiencies / distortions, market / investor biases, irrationality, bounded rationality

- Reaction to information, signals, percolation, information biases, manipulation, ethics

- Behavioral pricing (stocks / other assets), stock image, stock / investor
type / profiling

- (non commercial) trading systems based on behavioral biases

- Financial assets marketing (motivations / segmentation)

- Administrative / managerial behavior, public choice, corporate governance

- Experimental economy / finance, evolutionary economics, adaptable markets

- Etc. (WARNING: astrology, numerology, herbal medicine, parapsychology, stock
tips,

lose fat fast and make money fast, among others, are NOT considered proper
topics).



3) You can also accede to:

* the B-F KEYWORDS / FAQ at
>http://pagesperso-orange.fr/pgreenfinch/behavioral-finance.htm



* the DETAIL of topics at
>http://pagesperso-orange.orange.fr/pgreenfinch/befigroup.htm



* the RULES of the group at
>http://pagesperso-orange.fr/pgreenfinch/befigrouppolicy.htm


* RELATED INTERESTING SITES
by clicking "links" on the left frame of this page.

Group Information

  • 1740
  • Investments
  • May 6, 2000
  • English

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