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FI 875  Behaviorial Finance I (Interim New)


Semester
Spring of every year
Credits
Variable from 1 to 3
Prerequisite
FI 850 or approval of department
Restrictions
Open to graduate students in the Business - Admitted major.
Description
At times, financial decisions deviate from the paradigm of rational decision-making, yet conform to a range of cognitive and psychological biases. Behavioral finance studies the reasons why various participants in financial markets engage in such decision-making and the related consequences for market prices, investor performance, and corporate decision-making. Solid understanding of behavioral finance has become crucial for developing a thorough understanding of modern finance.
Effective Dates
SPRING 2023 - Open