Volume 17, Numbers 3 & 4 / September/December , Pages 149-369
Special Issue on Multinational Manifestations of Behavioral Phenomena
Multinational Finance Journal, 2013, vol. 17, no. 3/4
Hersh Shefrin , Santa Clara University, USA    Corresponding Author

Proponents of behavioral finance have as their goal the introduction of realistic psychological concepts into the study of finance. I call this the “behavioralizing finance.” In this respect, behavioral finance is more of an approach than a field. This special issue is devoted to behavioralizing multinational finance. In this regard, the issue focuses on topics that provide insights into the manner in which the psychological concepts manifest themselves in different countries and across the financial spectrum. The papers in this issue explore the broadening of behavioral finance, in terms of new applications and different countries, thereby providing deeper insights into issues that have been prominent in the existing behavioral literature.

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