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Many of the decisions we make every day in our jobs are related to things that we are used to dealing with. but even if we have no idea about something, no background or training on a topic, we are very likely to have an opinion about it and sometimes to share it. As human beings, we always make calls. These decisions are biased for most of them and, at times, not appropriate for the context in which we are evolving.

Here is a paper taken from a talk I gave last year:

Oullier O. (2013). Behavioural finance and beyond: Perception, beliefs and actions. Perspectives (special edition on Asset allocation by risk factor), 24-26

To download the paper click here

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