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The Journal of Behavioral Finance & Economics
JBF&E

Volume 1, Issue 1, Winter 2011

Table of Contents

Cover page

 

 

Introduction

 

 

Investor Behavior and Economic Cycles: The Impact of Human Biases and Cognitive Limitations on Economic Booms and Busts
Beryl Y. Chang, Vernon Gerety

 

Page 1

Metanoia and the Market
Philip Z. Maymin

 

Page 27

Investor Type, Cognitive Governance and Performance in Young Entrepreneurial Ventures: A Conceptual Framework
Christophe Bonnet, Peter Wirtz

 

Page 43

Microfinance Malaise: How Behavioral Economics Informs an Understanding of U.S. Microlending
Caroline Glackin

 

Page 65

Prospect Theory and Gain-Framing: The Relationship between Cost Perception and Satisfaction
Joann Fredrickson

 

Page 89

2011 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics

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Advances in Entrepreneurial Finance: With Applications from Behavioral Finance & Economics

2011 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Entrepreneurial Finance

 

Appendix