BMMLAB research showcased at Society for Experimental Finance Meeting 2019
Peter Bossaerts, Nitin Yadav, and Felix Fattinger presented BMMLAB research at a number of well received presentations at the 10th annual meeting of the Society for Experimental Finance in Copenhagen from June 13 to 15.
Peter Bossaerts addressed "Does imperfect foresight matter after all?", and presented Carsten Murawski's "Where are the really hard choices? The effects of instance complexity on decision-making". Nitin Yadav's plenary address looked at "Decision making under computational complexity", and Felix Fattinger presented "Asset pricing under computational complexity". BMMLAB collaborator Kristian Rotaru (Monash) also presented on "Emotional engagement and trading performance: An experimental approach".
Well done to all lab members and co-authors for their excellent talks!