Workshop in Behavioral Finance
October 16, 2004

Robert J. Shiller and Richard Thaler, Organizers

Eugene Fama, University of Chicago and Kenneth French, Dartmouth College & NBER
"Disagreement, Tastes and Asset Prices"
    Discussant: Kent Daniel, Northwestern University & NBER

Gur Huberman and Wei Jiang, Columbia University
"Offering versus Choice in 401(k) Plans Equality Exposure and Number of Funds"
    Discussant: Richard H. Thaler, University of Chicago & NBER

Malcolm Baker, Joshua Coval and Jeremy Stein, Harvard University & NBER
"Corporate Financing Decisions When Investors Take the Path of Least Resistance"
    Discussant: Ulrike Malmendier, Stanford University

Nittai Bergman and Dirk Jenter, MIT
"Employee Sentiment and Stock Option Compensation"
    Discussant: Rakesh Khurana, Harvard University

Nicholas Barberis, Yale University & NBER and Ming Huang, Stanford University
"Stocks as Lotteries: The Implications of Probability Weighting for Security Prices"
    Discussant: Alon Brav, Duke University

Brad Barber, UC, Davis, Yi-Tsung Lee and Yu-Jane Liu, National Chengchi University and Terrance Odean, UC, Berkeley
"Do Individual Day Traders Make Money? Evidence from Taiwan"
    Discussant: Charles Lee, Cornell University

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Conference sponsored by
Bracebridge Capital, Fuller & Thaler Asset Management and
LSV Asset Management
under the auspices of the National Bureau of Economic Research