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Behavioral Finance Projects
Using a unique data set on online sports betting, this project sets out to examine whether and why risk preferences vary over time.
The goal of this project is to measure investor sentiment – optimism and overconfidence in particular – and to model its evolution through time. It also aims to study the implications of optimism and overconfidence for asset management.
This project aims to understand, through experimental evidence, whether mortgage defaults are predominantly driven by inability to repay or by strategic behavior. It also studies the role of social norms in containing strategic default.