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Study of Risk Preference, Investment Experience and Interpersonal Influence-An Empirical Analysis with Chinese Sample

Xiaoyuan Chu, Yuan Li, Jing Han
2015 Applied Economics and Finance  
Based on the theoretical analysis, with first-hand data collection and using multiple regression models, the paper studied the intermediate effect of investment experience in the relationship between the  ...  experience and risk preference.  ...  in financial products; on the contrary, subjects with less coworkers/classmates working in financial institutions or having investment experience tend to reject financial product due to their limited  ... 
doi:10.11114/aef.v2i4.1181 fatcat:bsdktfekubcvhmo7li2yefi4me

Improving Investment Decisions with Simulated Experience

M. A. S. Bradbury, T. Hens, S. Zeisberger
2014 Review of Finance  
We apply a new and innovative approach to communicating risks associated with financial products that should support investors in making better investment decisions.  ...  products without regretting their higher risk-taking behavior afterwards.  ...  In our experiments, subjects had to invest in financial products with different levels of capital protection twice.  ... 
doi:10.1093/rof/rfu021 fatcat:erivnnjoxbervngni3bw5ngvr4

How Experience Sampling Affects Risk Taking Behavior in Financial Product Choices

Meike Bradbury, Thorsten Hens, Stefan Zeisberger
2012 Social Science Research Network  
We apply a new and innovative approach to communicating risks associated with financial products that should support investors in making better investment decisions.  ...  products without regretting their higher risk-taking behavior afterwards.  ...  In our experiments, subjects had to invest in financial products with different levels of capital protection twice.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2179276 fatcat:23enafjzjveednkb2ilr5m3ceu

Investment in Financial Structured Products from a Rational Choice Perspective

Moran Ofir, Zvi Wiener
2009 Social Science Research Network  
Structured products (SP) are synthetic investment instruments tailored to the specific needs of an investor, which cannot be met through investment in standard financial instruments.  ...  Despite the large sums invested in SP, regulation, which adequately addresses issues arising from the investment in these packaged financial instruments is lacking.  ...  As reported in Table 3a , 72.39% of the subjects preferred the "fashionable" cleantech product to the less fashionable start-up fund.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1442855 fatcat:72dqxbpftvhfped6sutnkscepy

Impact of Financial Literacy Levels among Sri Lankan Investors on Investment Choices

S. T. M. S. Tennekoon, C. Liyanage
2021 South Asian Journal of Finance  
Findings: The results of the study revealed that the majority of investors in Sri Lanka are having low objective and subjective financial literacy.  ...  This study further contributed to the local body of literature by analyzing the investors' current main and secondary holdings of seven different investment products and their future investment preference  ...  This confirms that currently as well as in future, corporate debentures, treasury bills and bonds and unit trusts are the least preferred investment products in Sri Lanka.  ... 
doi:10.4038/sajf.v1i2.35 fatcat:6oiaip5i4vcefpa2tjk7f7dqbi

Capital Aset Pricing Model (CAPM) Revisited: The Context of Sharia-based Stocks with the Barakah Risk Premium Variable

Linda Ariany Mahastanti, Marwan Asri, Bernadus M. Purwanto, Eddy Junarsin
2021 Jurnal Keuangan dan Perbankan  
The main difference between faith-based and conventional investment products lies in the presence of religious teachings that underlie the formation of these products.  ...  In the last part of this research, we adjust the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) in the Sharia capital market based on a literature study.  ...  This research still focuses on the results of a literature review, further research can prove subjective rationality (the risk premium of barakah) either by using archival data approaches or experimental  ... 
doi:10.26905/jkdp.v25i2.5572 fatcat:pj4bp6dalve4jkn2dacecekqee

As easy as pie: How retirement savers use prescribed investment disclosures

Hazel Bateman, Loretti I. Dobrescu, Ben R. Newell, Andreas Ortmann, Susan Thorp
2016 Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization  
preferred options with more segmented pies (lower concentration) and with equally sized segments (lower deviation from a 1/n allocation).  ...   An asset allocation pie-chart, the visual representation of diversification information, has the largest marginal impact of all the pieces of information provided for most of the subjects.  Participants  ...  In many countries, however, the development and implementation of financial product disclosure has been underway for some time and a second wave of financial product disclosure initiatives are in progress  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jebo.2015.10.020 fatcat:eiohlznlrfgnvbhft6c2wahsru

Büyük ve Orta Boy İşletmeler için Finansal Raporlama Standardı Açısından Tarımsal Faaliyetler

2019 Muhasebe ve Finansman Dergisi  
This study examines agricultural activities taking place in The Financial Reporting Standard for Large and Medium-Sized Enterprises.  ...  According to the latest changes, businesses that are not subject to independent audit will be able to apply financial reporting standard for large and medium-sized enterprises upon request.  ...  financial statements in which they are subject, or optionally in the preparation of their financial statements (, 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.25095/mufad.607191 fatcat:rzq73cll5fhbxhv6dlmmzymyfa

Financial Product Choices: Does Attribute Preference Help Avoid the Attraction Effect?

Viera Bačová, Róbert Hanák
2019 Studia Psychologica  
We aimed to examine whether attribute preference would affect the occurrence of the attraction effect when choosing financial products.  ...  A total of 487 undergraduate students were randomly assigned to groups with the financial product choice of two or three options.  ...  Acknowledgment This research was supported by a grant from Slovak Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic VEGA 2/0118/17 Risk assessment in decision making of individuals  ... 
doi:10.21909/sp.2019.02.773 fatcat:vnk7lmgwangfdctyyb4b7dy77q

Shopping Centers in the Brain

Alain Dagher
2007 Neuron  
They measured the neural correlates of financial decision-making in a shopping task. Subjects were shown pictures of products that were available for purchase.  ...  product and suffering the financial loss of paying for it.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2006.12.014 pmid:17196525 fatcat:yv5wbnzahjgupg2xtfgcgz7wjq


Ivana Tadić, Branka Marasović
2013 Croatian Operational Research Review  
In order to fulfil stakeholders' demands, many companies use different types of non financial indicators, characterising them as subjective ones.  ...  Striving in volatile and competitive business environment, companies have to reveal the ideal path to survive and provide sustainable success, which can be validated using objective and subjective criteria  ...  Subjective measures are more oriented in determining the entire company's performance, while objective measures are concentrated on single financial indicators (mostly: productivity, profitability, ROA  ... 
doaj:0222a6bb3db342fba8de3dc3f38acb3b fatcat:eqlp7clronbk5hijhbpi5p2jj4

What qualities do government-owned venture capital investors seek in a new venture? A comparison of investment criteria across pre-seed, seed, and expansion stage startups

Endre Mihály Molnár, Erika Jáki
2020 Vezetéstudomány / Budapest Management Review  
However, in the pre-seed stage, the financial acumen and capabilities of management teams form the main criteria in similarity to angel investors.  ...  It is found that governmental VC funds mostly value financial indicators followed by market-related qualities while private VCs value these characteristics in alternate formation.  ...  The financial plan, especially in terms of the price and cost structure is the subject of most criticism (Figure 6. ).  ... 
doi:10.14267/veztud.2020.11.06 fatcat:p4zglrrlwrcghjtfyveimp6ylq

Interplay of Investors' Financial Knowledge and Risk Taking

Alex Wang
2009 Journal of Behavorial Finance  
There are many possible explanations for the financial behavior of investors. One of the explanations is financial knowledge.  ...  More importantly, gender emerges as an important factor that differentiates investors' levels of objective knowledge, subjective knowledge, and risk taking, whereas investors' subjective knowledge mediates  ...  Another limitation of this study involves the type of financial products used in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15427560903369292 fatcat:kqfbqfxtnrgqhem7cl2j6cc2ze

Page 232 of The Quarterly Review Vol. 211, Issue 420 [page]

1909 The Quarterly Review  
232 THE BUDGET duties yields little money in proportion.* Similarly, in this country, duties on such articles as corn, with a prefer- ence to the colonies, are only likely to be productive if kept at a  ...  Still more is this the case with such articles as tea, where colonial preference would almost be fatal to the productiveness of the duty, since the articles in question are mainly produced in British possessions  ... 

An application of fuzzy BWM for risk assessment in offshore oil projects

Reza Ketabchi, M. R. Ghaeli
2019 Journal of Project Management  
Projects are subject to internal risks (financial, design, contract, construction, personal, contributors, and operational risks) and external risks (economic, social, political, legal, public, logistics  ...  Specifically, countries like China and India are fast growing in growth domestic product (GDP).  ... 
doi:10.5267/j.jpm.2019.3.001 fatcat:mmhz7ju5d5fixj4hdkcu2zqzt4
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