|Module Co-ordinator||Dr Konstantinos Gavriilidis|
|Contact Hours||The module will be delivered by means of Lectures and Seminars. There will be twelve hours of Lectures and eight hours of Seminars.|
|Assessment||Assessment will comprise a two hour class test (100 per cent of the module grade) The class test will contain essay-type questions and will enable students to demonstrate their knowledge of both behavioural finance theory and its practical applications.|
The aim is to provide students with an alternative perspective to traditional finance theory based on rational decision-making. Drawing on insights from psychology the module explores the impact of psychological heuristics and biases on investor behaviour and asset pricing.
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Division: Accounting & Finance