16th Behavioral Finance Working Group International Conference

Conference dates

12 Jun 2023 - 13 Jun 2023

Location

London, UK

Description

Behavioural Finance Working Group 16th International Conference

Theme: Finance in a High-Inflation Post-COVID World

Keynote Speakers:
Prof. Dong Lou, London School of Economics; Associate Editor, Journal of Financial Economics & Management Science
Prof. Rosie Campbell, King’s College London; Director, The Global Institute for Women’s Leadership
Mike Diiorio, CEO of Marble Bar Asset Management LLP; Former Head of Equities, Credit Suisse & Barclays

Conference Organisers:
Prof. Gulnur Muradoglu, Queen Mary, University of London, UK
Prof. Arman Eshraghi, Cardiff University, UK
Dr. Ylva Baeckstrom, King’s College London, UK

Overview:
The Behavioural Finance Working Group conference is a two-day international meeting organized by the BFWG. It examines a wide range of behavioural finance topics within financial decision making, biases, experimental finance, corporate finance, fund management, asset pricing, forecasting, volatility, market sentiment and sociology of finance.

This year we particularly welcome submissions related to our conference theme: finance in a turbulent high inflation, rising interest post-COVID world. However, as usual, we consider papers in all areas of interest to those working in behavioural finance and related areas. The Conference features a dedicated PhD session supported by ICAEW’s Charitable Trusts.

Special Issues:
Accepted papers may be invited to special issues of:

International Review of Economics and Finance
Review of Behavioural Finance
Qualitative Research in Financial Markets

Best Paper Awards:
Several best paper awards will be given during the conference. International Review of Economics and Finance and Review of Behavioural Finance will give Best Quantitative Paper Awards and the Qualitative Research in Financial Markets will give a Best Qualitative Paper Award.

Submission Deadline:
We invite you to submit extended abstracts, papers in progress or full papers by Friday 10 February 2023. To do so, please visit www.behaviouralfinance.org or email a PDF version of the manuscript to info@behaviouralfinance.org

Extended abstracts and papers-in-progress will also be considered with the understanding that they will be finished by the time of the conference. Early submissions are encouraged.