Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro

Psychology and Economics Using Experimental Methods

when 3 July 2023 - 7 July 2023
language English
duration 1 week
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 250

- From Traditional to Behavioral Finance: reviewing the sustainability of the hypotheses and assumptions of traditional finance 
- Heuristics and Biases
- Prospect Theory and Cumulative Prospect Theory
- Limited Arbitrage and Belief Heterogeneity
- Behavioral Corporate Finance
- Time Discounting, Time Preference and Intertemporal Choice Theory
- Economic experiment as a methodology of behavioral finance
- Experiment about Quasi-Hyperbolic Discounting
- Asset Price Bubbles - Theoretical Approach and Practical Class in Experimental Lab
- Impact Investing – Theoretical Approach and Practical Class in Experimental Lab
- Propensity score methods – Nonrandomised (observational) studies

Course leader

Draganac Dragana, PhD, Assistant Professor
Čolić Lazar, MSc, Teaching Assistant
Manić Slavica, PhD, Full Professor

Course aim

- providing summer school participants with in-depth knowledge and broadenig their intuition of the impact of psychological factors and various behavioral phenomena on decision making process and behavior of market participants, 
- preparing participants to observe how psychological factors and behavioral phenomena affect the movement of prices, returns and trading volume at the market, as well as the investment, capital structure and dividend decisions of a company, 
- supporting participants to apply gained behavioral knowledge in financial management and investment decisions, 
- learning participants how to make good experimental design, 
- classic economic theories, practices and models will be enriched by concepts such as limited rationality, limited arbitrage, time discounting, self-control, as well as different judgement biases and heuristics.

Fee info

EUR 250: Early bird fee
Early bird application and payment deadline: 15 April, 2023.
EUR 320: Regular fee
Final application and payment deadline: 15 May, 2023.