2022 ESA Winter School 18 – 20 July - Registrations Open Now!
We warmly invite you to attend the 2022 ESA Winter School, to be held at the Mercure Gold Coast on 18th – 20th July 2022.
The 2022 event will be a two day workshop on ‘Neuro and Behavioural Finance; facilitated by Prof. Bossaerts and will start at 10am on the 18th July, and conclude the morning of Wed 20th July.
This workshop will provide attendees with an exclusive opportunity to traverse the latest theory and practice in neuro and behavioural finance and is a must attend for researchers and practitioners in the field.
Registrations & Accommodation:
To register please click on the following link: https://qsurvey.qut.edu.au/jfe/form/SV_bfwfExgDYf8yX8W
The prices for registration are:
- HDR student – $350.00
- ESA Member – $450.00
- Non-ESA Member – $550.00
Registration covers all meals and twin share accommodation for two nights.
This year’s event has a maximum of 30 attendees and is on a first come first served basis. Secure your place at this workshop now.
Agenda and Program:
The official program and agenda will be finalised shortly. Please keep an eye on the event webpage HERE for more details as they come available.
This event has been made possible with the support of:
Meet Our Speaker
Professor Peter L. Bossaerts
Principal Investigator and Co-Director, Brain, Mind, and Markets Laboratory
Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor, The University of Melbourne
Professor of Experimental Finance and Decision Neuroscience, The University of Melbourne
Honorary Fellow, Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health
Visiting Scholar, California Institute of Technology
Peter Bossaerts pioneered the use of controlled experimentation with human subjects in the study of asset pricing. He initially focused on the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), used throughout the financial industry to evaluate risk/return trade-offs and portfolio performance evaluation; later on he developed the methodology to test the core dynamic model used in finance, macro-economics and central banking to understand the link between asset prices, aggregate income, aggregate consumption, and business cycles (the “Lucas” model). This research was published in the main journals of finance (Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, Review of Finance) and economics (Econometrica, Journal of Political Economy). The contributions led to a grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to organise a conference with the exclusive goal of educating the best and brightest asset-pricing theorists on the use of experimental methodology. Recently, Bossaerts has started work on policy issues (using markets to promote intellectual discovery; merits and drawbacks of opaque, decentralised markets; algorithmic trading and human-robot interface); for this, he received seed grants from the U.S. National Science Foundation and the Foundation of the French Central Bank.