The Aspen Institute is delighted to be partnering with the RAND Corporation and the Institute for the Future to host the 2015 Behavioral Finance Forum.
This year’s Forum will tackle issues surrounding Consumer Financial Decision Making, with a special focus on the changing landscape of technology, the on-demand workforce, and health care choices. Academic papers will be presented on such topics as credit card repayment, savings behavior, and biases in managing finance.
The Behavioral Finance (BeFi) Forum has provided a platform for the academic community to present cutting-edge financial and economic behavioral decision-making research since 2008. By convening policymakers, practitioners, and researchers, RAND facilitates the behavioral finance and economic discourse to improve decision-making and outcomes.
The 2015 Behavioral Finance Forum will be a platform for the academic community to present cutting-edge financial and economic information. This year’s forum will tackle issues related to consumer financial decision making.