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The Journal of Behavioral Finance & Economics
JBF&E

Volume 3, Issue 2, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Cover page

 

 

Introduction

 

 

Operationalizing a Behavioral-Finance Risk Model: A Theoretical and Empirical Framework
Rassoul Yazdipour, William P. Neace

 

Page 1

Asset Pricing Theory in Light of Ellsberg Paradox
Peter B. Lerner

 

Page 25

Trapped by Wisdom: How Non-Overestimating Leads To Underuse
Sílvia Bou Ysàs, Jordi Brandts Bernad, Magda Cayón Costa

 

Page 43

Measuring the Social Responsibility Discount for the Cost of Equity Capital: Evidence from Benefit Corporations
Craig R. Everett

 

Page 55

Appendix
The Program for the Fifth Annual Meeting of the
Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics

 

Page 76