On September 14-15, 2017, the University of Michigan’s Center on Finance, Law, and Policy and behavioral science research and design lab ideas42 brought together influential leaders from academia, government, nonprofits and the financial sector for a two-day symposium on behavioral finance. Behavioral finance is the study of how behavioral biases and tendencies affect financial decisions, and in turn how those impact financial markets.
Barr, Michael S, co-author. "Behavioral Finance Symposium Summary Paper." Annabel Jouard, Andrew Norwich, Josh Wright, and Katy Davis, co-authors. Proceedings of the Behavioral Finance Symposium (2018): 1-38.