The Exeter Prize 2019 Workshop
"A Tough Act to Follow: Contrast Effects in Financial Markets"
Friday 22 November – Bateman Lecture Theatre
We are happy to announce the winner of the 2019 Exeter Prize for the best paper published in the previous calendar year in a peer-reviewed journal in the fields of Experimental Economics, Behavioural Economics and Decision Theory.
The winners are Samuel M. Hartzmark (University of Chicago) and Kelly Shue (Yale University) for their paper “A Tough Act to Follow: Contrast Effects in Financial Markets”, published in The Journal of Finance.
|10:00-10:30||Welcome opening - Chendi Zhang and Todd Kaplan|
‘Manipulation and (mis)trust in Prediction Markets’Todd Kaplan (University of Exeter)
‘Arbitrage Opportunities: Anatomy and Remediation’Jason Shachat (Durham University)
‘Using AI and Behavioral Finance to Cope with Limited Attention and Reduce Overdraft Fees’
Orly Sade (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
|12:00-13:45||Lunch at Reed Hall|
‘Too much choice? Understanding choice overload’Joerg Weber (University of Exeter)
‘TBC’Filippos Papakonstantinou (King’s College London)
‘Searching for Gambles: Gambling Sentiment and Stock Market Outcomes’Chendi Zhang (University of Exeter)
‘Why Do Chinese Investors Trade So Much? A Survey-based Approach’Cameron Peng (London School of Economics)
The Decision Process: The Exeter PrizeMiguel Fonseca (University of Exeter)
Presentation of the AwardsJulian Jamison (University of Exeter)
‘A Tough Act to Follow: Contrast Effects in Financial Markets’Samuel Hartzmark (University of Chicago)