The fourth annual, San Francisco

 Behavioral Finance Symposium

  November 5, 2016


 Hosted by:
Golden Gate University

                

                                         

Program Agenda


 
7:45-8:45 am

Registration Check-in/Continental Breakfast

 





 
8:45-8:55 am

Welcome and Opening Remarks
 
 Hank Pruden, PhD

 Professor, GGU

 Andrea Anthony, PhD
 Finance & Economics Chair, GGU


 Rich Friesen
 CEO Mind Muscles Academy
 (Symposium Moderator
)




 
8:55-9:45 am

The Crisis of Crowding: The Latest Findings

 
 Ludwig Chincarini, PhD
, CFA
 Professor, USF




 
9:45
-10:35 am

Better Decisions, Better Results
 
 Stephen Duneier

 CEO, Bija Advisors




 
10:35-10:50 am

Break





 
10:50 -11:40 am

Market Metaphors -- How the Unconscious Shapes Financial Decision-Making

 
 Thomas Oberlechner, PhD



 
11:40 -12:30 pm

Confronting the Growing Impact of Public Misinformation

 
 David H. Freedman
 Author and Journalist




 
12:30 - 1:15 pm

Lunch





 
1:15 - 2:00 pm

Is Behavioral Finance Western-Centric? What does that mean for American investors?


 
 Susan Menke, PhD
 Abintra Research




 2:00 - 2:45 pm

 

What Freud can Teach Warren Buffett


               
 Daniel Crosby, PhD
               



 
2:45
- 3:00 pm

Break





 
3:00 - 4:00 pm

Wrestling With the Human Mind: Do We Fight,
Flee, or Embrace our Behavioral Flaws?
  (Panel)
 
 Rick Lehman (Moderator)
 Adjunct Professor, GGU and UC Berkeley Ext.

 Andrew Menaker, PhD

 Behavioral Consultant

 Susan Menke, PhD
 Abintra Research

 Dan Crosby, PhD
 Author

 Rich Friesen
 CEO, Mind Muscles























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