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Does Product Familiarity Matter for Participation?
"Household access to financial products is often conditioned on previous use. However, banning access when learning is possible may be discriminatory or counterproductive. The ""experiment"" of German reunification ...
Peer Effects and Risk Sharing in Experimental Asset Markets
Previous research has documented strong peer effects in risk taking, but little is known about how such social influences affect market outcomes. Since the consequences of social interactions are hard to isolate in financial ...
Financial education, literacy and investment attitudes
Based on a sample of university students, we provide field and laboratory evidence that a small scale training intervention has both a statistically and economically significant effect on subjective and objective assessments ...
Taring All Investors with the Same Brush? Evidence for Heterogeneity in Individual Preferences from a Maximum Likelihood Approach
Abstract. Microeconomic modeling of investors behavior in financial markets and its results crucially depends on assumptions about the mathematical shape of the underlying preference functions as well as their parameterizations. ...
Gender Differences in Financial Advice
We show that financial advisors recommend more costly products to female clients, based onminutes from about 27,000 real-world advisory meetings and client portfolio data. Funds recommended to women have higher expense ...