Workshop in Behavioral Finance
December 1, 2007

Robert J. Shiller and Richard Thaler, Organizers

Philippe Bacchetta and Elmar Mertens, University of Lausanne, and Eric Van Wincoop, University of Virginia and NBER
"Predictability in Financial Markets"
   Discussant: Kenneth Froot, Harvard University and NBER

Harrison Hong, Princeton University, and Marcin Kacperczyk, University of Munich
"Competition and Bias"
   Discussant: Kent Womack, Dartmouth College

Malcolm Baker, Harvard University and NBER, Robin Greenwood, Harvard University, and Jeffrey Wurgler, New York University and NBER
"Catering through Nominal Shares Prices"
   Discussant: Richard Thaler, University of Chicago and NBER

Daniel Dorn, Drexel University, and Gur Huberman, Columbia University
"Preferred Risk Habitat of Individual Investors"
   Discussant: Nicholas Barberis, Yale University and NBER

Paul Tetlock, Yale University
"All the News that's Fit to Reprint: Do Investors React to Stale Information?"
   Discussant: Terrance Odean, UC, Berkeley

George Korniotis, Federal Reserve Board, and Alok Kumar, University of Texas
"Superior Information or a Psychological Bias? A Unified Framework with Cognitive Abilities Resolve Three Puzzles"
  Discussant: Brigitte Madrian, Harvard University and NBER

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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