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Prospect Theory, Behavioral Finance, Value function assessment, Loss aversion, Benchmarking procedure
Behavioral Agency Model; Behavioral Theory of the firm; Executive incentives; Utility function assessment; Contract theory; Moral hazard; Risk
Market sentiment, Investor sentiment, Bull and bear markets, Loss-gain asymmetry, Disposition Effect, van Zwet asymmetry conditions, Pearson utility functions.
Goal-oriented decision making, Value function assessment, Skew normal uncertain target
Expected utility, Hard-easy effect bias, Endowment effect bias, Sunk cost effect bias, Benchmarking procedure, Loss-gain asymmetry, van Zwet skewness conditions.
Loss-gain asymmetry, Preference-based deﬁnition of loss aversion and gain appetite; Multiple reference points
Risk assessment, goal-oriented decision making, utility function assessment
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