Denmark, Aarhus

Behavioral and Experimental Finance

when 16 July 2012 - 3 August 2012
duration 3 weeks
credits 5 EC
fee EUR 1

This course centers on the probably most important and most thoroughly tested concept in modern finance, the efficient market hypothesis (EMH). This is done in a very practical way as we will focus on experimental studies on topics which are of interest for every investor. Hence, the course covers issues such as: how is information incorporated into prices, the performance of professionals/insiders/private investors; the origins of bubble formation; the efficiency of real financial markets; the impact of financial transaction taxes on market efficiency and volatility, etc. Department of Economics and Business.

Course leader

Thomas Stöckl, University of Innsbruck

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Course aim

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