FINA 4325: Behavioral Finance

2 Credits

This course introduces students to how the application of psychology and realistic settings to guide and develop the alternative theories of financial market complements the traditional theoretical finance paradigm. The student will use the insights of behavioral finance to shed light on trading patterns, behavior of asset prices, corporate finance and various other financial topics. prereq: 4321 or 4321H

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