Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Behavioural Finance

Website of the week: Behaviouralfinance.net

It has nothing but tons and tons of great Behavioural (yes with the 'u') cites. If you are interested in the field or doing a paper that realtes, this is a GREAT starting point.

Behavioural Finance:
"'This area of enquiry is sometimes referred to as 'behavioral finance,' but we call it 'behavioral economics.' Behavioral economics combines the twin disciplines of psychology and economics to explain why and how people make seemimgly irrational or illogical decisions when they spend, invest, save, and borrow money.'" Belsky and Gilovich (1999)

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