Module code: ACFI 5044
Behavioural Finance offers alternative explanations on the key questions of why prices tend to deviate from their fundamental values and why certain anomalies persist in the market.
Research in behavioural finance focuses on the application of various psychological theories to the study of finance. Their aims include the development of models to predict stock prices, better understanding of markets, and better regulation.
By studying this module, students will be exposed to the following topics:
Contact hours per student per year
Additional costs: No extra costs other than purchase of books
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