10th Behavioural Finance and Capital Markets Conference
The Behavioural Finance and Capital Markets (BFCM) Conference is a recognised boutique conference that brings together international and Australian scholars and practitioners to present state-of-the-art research in the fields of Behavioural Finance, Experimental Finance, Empirical Finance, Capital Markets, Market Microstructure and Investment.
- Wednesday 11 November 2020 08:50 am until Wednesday 11 November 2020 04:05 pm (Add to calendar)
- Professor Petko Kalev
+61 (03) 9479 6285; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.latrobe.edu.au/BFCM
- Type of Event:
- Conference; Public
The Behavioural Finance and Capital Markets (BFCM) conference aims to bring together scholars and practitioners to present state-of-the-art research in the fields of Behavioural Finance, Experimental Finance and Capital Markets/Market Microstructure.
The conference continuously looks to identify new emerging fields of applied research, to enhance the collaboration among researchers as well as the cooperation between academia and finance industry.
Professor Petko Kalev (Founder of BFCM Conference and Conference Chair)
Conference proceedings and registration information
Investors should remember that the interpreter of the data speaks, not the data itself, and be vigilant to this fact. Many incentives exist to strategically manipulate data to uncover a convenient “truth.”
1991 Nobel Laureate Ronald Coase famously made the statement: “If you torture the data long enough, it will confess.” The strategic selection and manipulation of data can lead to many different versions of “truth.” Investors need to be especially vigilant in this era of big data, large number of predictors, and plethora of methods. Professor Harvey provides examples and details problems including: exclusion of data that does not fit the narrative, delegation of research to those that have an incentive to make results look “good”, the Garden of Forking Paths, the tendency to try different methods until the researcher finds the one that “works”, and outright manipulation of the data.
Presented by: Professor Campbell R. Harvey
Duke University and Research Affiliates
Chair: Prof Petko Kalev (La Trobe University)
Post-Pandemic Market Dynamics:
The New Norm in Capital Markets, Investment and Saving for Retirement
Session Chair: Prof Nadia Massoud (Melbourne Business School, The University of Melbourne)
Dan diBartolomeo (Northfield Information Services)
Kate Howitt (Fidelity International)
Dr Kingsley Jones (Jevons Global)
Industry Session 1
Current Research in Behavioural Finance and Capital Markets
Chair: Prof Susan Thorp (The University of Sydney)
Simon Russell (Founder and Director of Behavioural Finance Australia)
Dr Jason Scally (Quantitative Strategist, Ex-Affiliate of RoZetta Institute - formerly CMCRC)
Industry Doctoral Students
Capital Market Fairness and Market Efficiency
Chair: Assoc Prof Elvira Sojli (UNSW)
Shaun Lim (La Trobe University and RoZetta Institute)
Alex Lee (La Trobe University and RoZetta Institute)
Industry Session 2
Sustainability Should Be the Default
Chair: Prof Jerry Parwada (UNSW)
Pablo Berrutti (Founder of Altiorem and Senior Investment Specialist, Sustainable Funds Group at Stewart Investors)
Conference Convener Prof Petko Kalev (La Trobe University) will close the conference. Registration is included in Industry Session 2.
Participating in our Online Conference from anywhere around the world is easier than ever before. This virtual conference will be hosted via Zoom. If you have not used Zoom before, please download Zoom. Please register in Eventbrite by following the links for each session, check your email for registration confirmation and Zoom details and go online at the date. Try all the links beforehand to avoid technical difficulties and get in touch if you have any issues.
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