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Bibliografia approfondita sulla finanza comportamentale.

 

Bibliografia sulla finanza comportamentale, aggiornata al gennaio 2012.

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  • Barber, B.M. e Odean, T.  [2001], Boys will be boys: Gender, overconfidence, and common stock investment, in «Quarterly Journal of Economics», 116, pp. 261-292.
  • Barber, B.M. e Odean, T.  [2008], All that glitters: The effect of attention and news on the buying behavior of individual and institutional investors, in «Review of Financial Studies», 21, pp. 785-818.
  • Barber, B.M., Odean, T. e Zheng, L. [2005], Out of sight, out of mind: The effects of expenses on mutual fund flows, in «Journal of Business», 78, pp. 2095-2119.
  • Barberis, N. [2000], Investing for the long run when returns are predictable, in «Journal of Finance», 55, pp. 225-264.
  • Barberis, N. e Huang, M. [2001], Mental accounting, loss aversion, and individual stock returns, in «Journal of Finance», 56, pp. 1247-1292.
  • Barberis, N. e Huang, M. [2006], The Loss Aversion/Narrow Framing Approach to the Equity Premium Puzzle, NBER Working Paper n. 12378.
  • Barberis, N. e Huang, M. [2008], Stocks as lotteries: The implications of probability weighting for security prices, in «American Economic Review», 5, pp. 2066- 2100.
  • Barberis, N., Huang, M. e Thaler, R.H. [2006], Individual preferences, monetary gambles, and stock market participation: A case of narrow framing, in «American Economic Review», 96, pp. 1069- 1090.
  • Barberis, N., Shleifer, A. e Vishny, R. [1998], A Model of investor sentiment, in «Journal of Financial Economics», 49, pp. 307-345.
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  • Benartzi, S. e Thaler, R.H. [1995], Myopic loss aversion and the equity premium puzzle, in «Quarterly Journal of Economics», 110, pp. 73-92.
  • Benartzi, S. e Thaler, R.H. [1999], Risk aversion or myopia? Choices in repeated gambles and retirement investments, in «Management Sciences», 45, pp. 364-381.
  • Benartzi, S. e Thaler, R.H. [2001], Naive diversification strategies in defined contribution saving plans, in «American Economic Review», 91, pp. 79-98.
  • Benjamin, D.J., Brown, S.A. e Shapiro, J.M. [2006], Who Is «Behavioral»? Cognitive Ability and Anomalous Preferences, SSRN Working Paper.
  • Berkelaar, A.B., Kouwenberg, R. e Post, T. [2004], Optimal portfolio choice under loss aversion, in «Review of Economics and Statistics», 86, pp. 973-987.
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  • Calvet, L.E. e Sodini, P. [2010], Twin Picks: Disentangling the Determinants of Risk-Taking in Household Portfolios, NBER Working Paper n. 15859.
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  • Choi, J.J., Laibson, D., Madrian, B.C. e Metrick, A. [2003], Optimal defaults, in «American Economic Review», 93, pp. 180-185.
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  • Constantinides, G.M., Donaldson, J.B. e Mehra, R. [2002], Junior can’t borrow: A new perspective on the equity premium puzzle, in «Quarterly Journal of Economics», 117, pp. 269-296.
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  • De Bondt, W.F. e Thaler, R.H. [1985], Does the market overreact?, in «Journal of Finance», 40, pp. 793-805.
  • De Bondt, W.F. e Thaler, R.H. [1987], Further evidence on investor overreaction and stock market seasonality, in «Journal of Finance», 42, pp. 557-581.
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  • Edmans, A., García, D. e Norli, Ø. [2007], Sport sentiment and stock returns, in «Journal of Finance», 62, pp. 1967-1998.
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  • Feng, L. e Seasholes, M.S. [2005], Do investor sophistication and trading experience eliminate behavioral biases in financial markets?, in «Review of Finance», 9, pp. 305-351.
  • Ferretti, R. [2009], Quanto vale essere il titolo della settimana?, in «Ticonzero», 99, luglio-agosto, pp. 1-4.
  • Ferretti, R. e Rubaltelli, E. [2008], Il benchmark nella percezione degli investitori, in «Banca Impresa Società», 2, settembre, pp. 333- 347.
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  • Ganzach, Y. [2000], Judging risk and return of financial assets, in «Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes», 83, pp. 353-370.
  • Gervais, S. e Odean, T. [2001], Learning to be overconfident, in «Review of Financial Studies», 14, pp. 1-27.
  • Ghysels, E., Santa-Clara, P. e Valkanov, R. [2004], There Is a Risk-return Trade-off after All, NBER Working Paper n. 10913.
  • Gilbert, D. [2006], Stumbling on Happiness, New York, Random House Inc.
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  • Glaser, M. e Weber, M. [2005], September 11 and stock return expectations of individual investors, in «Review of Finance», 9, pp. 24-279.
  • Glaser, M. e Weber, M. [2007], Overconfidence and trading volume, in «The GENEVA Risk and Insurance Review», 32, pp. 1-36.
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  • Grable, J.E. e Lytton, R.H.  [1999], Financial risk tolerance revisited: The development of a risk assessment instrument, in «Financial Services Review», 8, pp. 163-181.
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  • Grinblatt, M., Keloharju, M. e Linnainmaa, J. [2009b], Do Smart Investors Outperform Dumb Investors?, Chicago Booth Research Paper n. 33.
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  • Hirshleifer, D. e Teoh, S.H. [2003], Limited attention, information disclosure, and financial reporting, in «Journal of Accounting and Economics», 36, pp. 337-386.
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