Call for Papers, Seminars, & Participation
Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics
Eighth Annual Meeting of the Academy of
Behavioral Finance & Economics
September 21-23, 2016, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Venue: Conference Facilities at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas
Objectives. The Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics offers a dedicated forum for exchange of research findings and professional advancement related to the fast-growing field of behavioral finance and economics. Given the well-recognized reality that "to make a decision, emotion is the necessary trigger (and) without emotion, one would be reduced to the state of an idiot savant who goes on endlessly calculating without the ability to make a choice" (Olsen, 2008), the objective of the annual conference is to encourage and disseminate research and inquiry in the very promising area of Behavioral Finance & Economics.
Theoretical, Empirical/Experimental, and Applied works that involve the application of psychology and all other social sciences, as well as neuroscience, to all areas of financial decision-making and practice will be considered for presentation at the conference. Such works include, but are not limited to, the followings:
The Journal of Behavioral Finance & Economics, JBF&E, with Werner DeBondt as the Editor-in-Chief. Upon request of interested presenters, a few carefully selected and further reviewed papers would be considered for publication in Volume 6 of The Journal of Behavioral Finance & Economics- JBF&E. For submission considerations please see the related deadline at the end of this announcement.
Awards for the Robert A. Olsen Best Doctoral Student Papers in Behavioral Finance & Economics. Upon request at the time of submission, dissertations and/or research papers submitted by doctoral students from across the world will be further reviewed by the Program Committee, and up to three (3) Best Papers will be selected for special recognition at our 2015 ABF&E Annual Meeting. Recognition includes receiving:
Submission of Papers, Abstracts, and Seminars for Presentation. To submit your completed paper, detailed abstract, or seminar proposal, simply click on the following URL and follow the related instructions. The submission fee is $55.00. To submit, click here:
Submission Deadline is April 29, 2016; Early Submission is Encouraged
Notifications of results will be emailed to all respondents generally in three (3) weeks from the date of submission.
Conference Registration for Non-Presenters/Attendees (Registration for Presenters is detailed un "Terms & Conditions" in below). To register for the full Conference at "Early Bird" rate of $349.00 please click on the following URL and follow the simple instructions: https://email@example.com/ssl/pubpaymentform.php Registration Fee for late registrants will rise to $399.00 after 6/30/2016; so register early to secure your seat and save too. Only half of the paid registration fee is refundable if cancellation is made within one Month after payment as stated in above. Otherwise, no refund will be issued. No refund is also available if cancellation is made within 30 days from the start of the conference.
Special Sessions and Panels/Workshops. Persons interested in organizing a Special Session or Panel/Workshop should submit a letter of interest, along with a short bio using the deadline and instructions above.
Terms and Conditions of Submission Acceptance
If your submission is accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting, you agree to the followings:
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