Financial advisory firm Personal Capital has named Nobel Memorial prize winner Harry Markowitz and behavioral economist
Shlomo Benartzi to its board of academic advisors, the company said.
Studies like those conducted by Dan Ariely, a behavioral economist
at Duke University, and a team of researchers found that performance can actually decrease as performance incentives increase.
Shlomo Benartzi, the UCLA professor and behavioral economist
, has written about something he calls the 90-10-90 rule: that at least 90% of employees should be enrolled in their employer's plan; that savings rates should be 10% at minimum; and that 90% of investors should be invested in a proper asset-allocation fund or model.
I doubt that any behavioral economist
would argue that humans only act irrationally.
Together we've developed a solution to fix the broken innovation process that any behavioral economist
In the book, a behavioral economist
(Chen) and journalist (Kravosky) set out to detail the lessons learned from what is a fairly young field of economic inquiry: experimental economics.
That's the message in our cover story this month with behavioral economist
Dan Ariely, and in our profiles of the 2010 SMA Managers of the Year which follow.
Edge http://www.edge.org/3rd_culture/kahneman_taleb_DLD09/kahneman_taleb_DLD09_index.html, contains a video link to a Taleb presentation with the behavioral economist
She is a behavioral economist
, a certified Gallup strengths coach and the grand prize winner of the firstSinag Financial Literacy Digital Journalism Awards.
A few years ago, behavioral economist
Dan Ariely published a fascinating book that summarizes recent research into self-deception.
Richard Thaler, a professor at the University of Chicago, is a highly iegarded behavioral economist
. He argued in his influential book Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth, and Happiness (coauthored with Cass Sunstein) that people do not make decisions in a vacuum, based on their own analysis of the information and in line with their preferences.
--Edward Hall, Behavioral Economist
at Columbia University on the poetry of science: Realizing our potential through humanizing our research.