Exeter Prize 2019 Workshop


Speaker:Samuel Hartzmark, University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Date: Friday 22 November 2019
Time: 10.30-18.05
Location: Bateman Lecture Theatre

Further details

10:00-10:30 Registration / 10:30-10:35 Welcome opening - Chendi Zhang and Todd Kaplan / 10:35-11:00 ‘Manipulation and (mis)trust in Prediction Markets’ by Todd Kaplan (University of Exeter) / 11:00-11:30 ‘Arbitrage Opportunities: Anatomy and Remediation’ by Jason Shachat (Durham University) / 11:30-12:00 ‘Using AI and Behavioral Finance to Cope with Limited Attention and Reduce Overdraft Fees’ by Orly Sade (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) / 12:00-13:45 Lunch at Reed Hall / 13:45-14:15 ‘Too much choice? Understanding choice overload’ by Joerg Weber (University of Exeter) / 14:15-14:45 ‘TBC’ by Filippos Papakonstantinou (King’s College London) / 14:45-15:15 Break / 15:15-15:45 ‘Searching for Gambles: Gambling Sentiment and Stock Market Outcomes’ by Chendi Zhang (University of Exeter) / 15:45-16:15 ‘Why Do Chinese Investors Trade So Much? A Survey-based Approach’ by Cameron Peng (London School of Economics) / 16:15-16:40 Break / 16:40-16:50 The Decision Process: The Exeter Prize by Miguel Fonseca (University of Exeter) / 16:50-17:00 Presentation of the Awards by Julian Jamison (University of Exeter) / 17:00-18:00 ‘A Tough Act to Follow: Contrast Effects in Financial Markets’ by Samuel Hartzmark (University of Chicago) / 18:00-18:05 Closing remarks