What draws you to this area of research?:
Behavioral finance asks pertinent, fascinating questions that encourage a multidisciplinary course of analysis.
Would you like to collaborate?
List areas for collaboration (research studies, publishing, conference presentations, etc.):
On research studies - the broader the sample, the better.
Future goals as a scholar:
To develop applications for behavioral finance theories in international finance and macroeconomics.
Must-read books or articles in your field:
- Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in the Markets and in Life. Nassim N. Taleb.
- The Myth of the Rational Market: A History of Risk, Reward, and Delusion on Wall Street. Justin Fox.
Helpful resources at CGU:
Every administrator I've dealt with has been extremely helpful, and the print shop at the library puts Kinkos to shame.
Helpful resources outside of CGU (blogs, websites, social networking sites, etc. that connect with your areas of research):
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