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September 30, 2020

Traditional finance theory tells us that markets are rational. Investors incorporate all public and private information when making their investment decisions. This school of thought is grappling with the field of behavioural finance, which asserts that human psychology and biases also act in an irrational way to influence these same investment decisions.

Traditional finance theory tells us that markets are rational. Investors incorporate all public and private information when making their investment decisions. This school of thought is grappling with the field of behavioural finance, which asserts that human psychology and biases also act in an irrational way to influence these same investment decisions.

September 1, 2004

The relationship between fairness and how decisions are made

Randel Carlock is the Berghmans/Lhoist chaired professor in Entrepreneurial Leadership at INSEAD. 
Christine Blondel is senior research programme manager, INSEAD Initiative for Family Enterprise.

The relationship between fairness and how decisions are made

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