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Lecture 8: Human Foibles, Fraud, and Regulation Economics 252, Spring 2008 Prof. Robert Shiller, Yale University
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Some Principles of Behavioral Finance • Wishful thinking bias • Attention anomalies • Anchoring • Representativeness heuristic • Gambling behavior • Magical thinking • Quasi magical thinking • Attention anomalies
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U.S. Agencies that Help to Control these Temptations • Securities and Exchange Commission • National Association of Securities Dealers,
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