Workshop in Behavioral Finance
May 25, 2001

Robert J. Shiller and Richard Thaler, Organizers

Dilip J. Abreu and Markus K. Brunnermeier, Princeton University
"Bubbles and Crashes"
     Discussant: Ming Huang, Stanford University

Shlomo Benartzi, UC, Los Angeles and Richard H. Thaler, University of Chicago and NBER
"How Much Is Investor Autonomy Worth?"
     Discussant: Andrew Metrick, University of Pennsylvania and NBER

Randolph Cohen, Harvard University; Paul Gompers, Harvard University and NBER; and Tuomo O. Vuolteenaho, Harvard University and NBER
"Who Underreacts to Cash-Flow News? Evidence from Trading Between Individuals and Institutions"
     Discussant: Kent Womack, Dartmouth College and NBER

Kent Daniel, Northwestern University and NBER and Sheridan Titman, University of Texas and NBER
"Market Reactions to Tangible and Intangible Information"
     Discussant: Nicholas Barberis, University of Chicago and NBER

Jeffrey Pontiff, University of Washington and Michael J. Schill, UC, Riverside
"Long-Run Seasoned-Equity Offering Returns: Data Snooping, Model Misspecification, or Mispricing? A Costly Arbitrage Approach"
     Discussant: William Goetzmann, Yale University and NBER

Wesley Chan, MIT
"Stock Price Reactions to News and No-News Drift and Reversal After Headlines"
     Discussant: Jay Ritter, University of Florida

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Sponsored by:
Russell Sage Foundation and National Bureau of Economic Research