Announcing 7th Miami Behavioral Finance Conference eJournal

In cooperation with University of Miami, the Financial Economics Network (FEN) is pleased to announce the 7th Miami Behavioral Finance Conference eJournal. This eJournal is available to all subscribers at no charge and contains abstracts of the conference papers with links to the full text in the SSRN eLibrary.

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The Behavioral Finance Conference at the University of Miami draws top researchers from around the world with a focus on behavioral financial economics. The conference features innovative research in the fields of behavioral finance, neuroeconomics, and experimental finance. Publication outlets of papers featured at the conference include leading journals in finance and economics, such as the Journal of Finance, the Review of Financial Studies, the American Economic Review, and the Journal of Political Economy.

The conference continually features both established thought leaders in the field of financial economics, such as John Campbell, Matthew Rabin, David Hirshleifer, Andrei Shleifer, Peter Bossaerts, Will Goetzmann, Richard Roll, and talented up-and-coming researchers.

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Michael C. Jensen
Financial Economics Network