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Title: Behavioural finance and bubbles
Authors: HON Tai Yuen, Kurt 
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: This paper reviews behavioural finance concepts including prospect theory, certainty effect, reflection effect, isolation effect, mental accounting, time preference and self-control, regret and disposition effect, cognitive dissonance, money illusion, availability heuristic, representative heuristic, overconfidence, anchoring and adjustment, ambiguity aversion, herd effects. It also discusses several factors that can help explain bubbles.
Description: 53 pages
Type: Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Economics and Finance - Working Paper

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