Behavioral Aspects in Macroeconomics and Finance

Behavioral Aspects
in Macroeconomics and Finance
November 13
Welcome address
9.15-11.15 Behavioral Aspects of Households Finance
Institutional Quality, Trust and Stock Market Participation: Learning to Forget, Lu LIU, Lund University
The case for incomplete markets, Viktor TSYRENNIKOV, Cornell University
Portfolio Selection under Social Networks, Matjaz STEINBACHER, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
Experimental Macroeconomics
Money is not memory: an experiment, Maria BIGONI, Università di Bologna
An Experimental Search for Calvo, Marcus GIAMATTEI, University of Passau
Managing Self-organization of Expectations through Monetary Policy:
a Macro Experiment, Tiziana ASSENZA, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and University of Amsterdam
Plenary Speech
Sturdy Policy Evaluation, Steven DURLAUF, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Sentiment and the US business cycle, Fabio MILANI, University of California, Irvine
Learning about Trends and Business Cycle, Pei KUANG, University of Birmingham
Asset Prices and Portfolio Choice with Learning
from Experience, Alessandro GRANIERO, BI Norwegian Business School and London Business School
November 14
Behavioral Aspects of Banks and Markets
Comparing Different Regulatory Measures to Control Stock Market Volatility:
A General Equilibrium Analysis, Adrian BUSS, INSEAD
A wake-up call theory of contagion, Christoph BERTSCH, Sveriges Riksbank and Bank of Canada
The Breakdown of the Interbank Market during the Financial Crisis:
A Network Perspective, Celso BRUNETTI, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Rational Inattention
Asset Pricing with Heterogeneous Inattention, Omar RACHEDI, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Capital-value busts as a source of rational pessimistic policy swings, Christos KOULOVATIANOS, University of Luxembourg
Business Cycle Dynamics under Rational Inattention, Mirko WIEDERHOLT, Goethe University, Frankfurt
Experimental Finance
The Role of Public and Private Information in a Laboratory Financial Market, Simone ALFARANO, University Jaume I
Prior Outcomes and Instability in Experimental Credit Markets, Baptiste MASSENOT, Goethe University, Frankfurt
Limelight on Dark Markets: Theory and Experimental Evidence
on Liquidity and Information, Aleksander BERENTSEN, University of Basel and University of California, Irvine
International Conference
Milan, 13-14 November 2014
Cripta Aula Magna
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Largo A. Gemelli, 1 - Milano
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