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Elgsenos finansai (GRAE022)

Aims of the course

This course offers an overview of important results in the field of behavioural finance and the implications of these results for the traditional finance theory and practice. Using textbook readings, academic papers, classroom experiments, and case studies, the course introduces and explores the main concepts, research tools and methodologies of behavioural finance on the individual, corporate and financial market level. The course will also introduce some influential critiques of the field and explore the implication of behavioural findings for contemporary financial economics issues in the world. 

Learning outcomes

On completion of this course successful students will be able to:

  • Understand and apply the main concepts, research tools and methodologies of behavioural finance that help to reveal biases, heuristics, etc. in the decision making process  on individual, corporate and financial market level.
  • Present the main results in the field of behavioural finance focusing on financial market processes including market anomalies.
  • Explore behavioural corporate finance, considering financial, investment and dividend policy decisions and contrasting traditional and behavioural approaches.
  • Research, prepare and present behavioral finance problems.
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