Workshop in Behavioral Finance
April 11, 2015

James Choi and Kelly Shue, Organizers

Cary Frydman, University of Southern California
"What Drives Peer Effects in Financial Decision-Making? Neural and Behavioral Evidence"
    Discussant: Camelia Kuhnen, University of North Carolina and NBER

Hong Ru, Massachusetts Institute Technology
Antoinette Schoar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
"Do Credit Card Companies Screen for Behavioral Biases?"
    Discussant: Benjamin Keys, University of Chicago

Joshua Madsen, University of Minnesota
Marina Niessner, Yale University
"Is Investor Attention for Sale? The Role of Advertising in Financial Markets"
    Discussant: Eric Zitzewitz, Dartmouth College and NBER

Erik Eyster, London School of Economics
Matthew Rabin, University of California at Berkeley
Dimitri Vayanos, London School of Economics and NBER
"Financial Markets where Traders Neglect the Informational Content of Prices"
    Discussant: Kent Daniel, Columbia University and NBER

Dong Lou, London School of Economics
Christopher Polk, London School of Economics
Spyros Skouras, Athens University of Economics and Business
"A Tug of War: Overnight versus Intraday Expected Returns"
    Discussant: Paul Tetlock, Columbia University

Olivier Dessaint, University of Toronto
Adrien Matray, HEC-Paris
"Do Managers Overreact to Salient Risks? Evidence from Hurricane Strikes"
    Discussant: Todd Gormley, University of Pennsylvania

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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