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structured products, equity-linked notes, index-linked notes, Behavioral Finance, CAPM
Intertemporal decision, Endogenous preference, Cross-cultural comparison
ambiguity aversion, behavioral decision theory, corporate dividend policy, loss aversion, patience
Cumulative prospect theory, general equilibrium model, non-convex preferences, continuum of agents
Risk preferences, prospect theory, cross-cultural comparison
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equity risk premium, time discounting, myopic loss aversion, cultural finance
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equity risk premium; time discounting; myopic loss aversion; cultural finance
Co-monotonicity, structured products, portfolio optimization, noarbitrage condition, decision theory
Structured financial products, capital protected products, loss aversion
Structured financial products, equity linked notes, index linked notes, behavioral bias, investment decision
International conflicts, war, stock market reaction, news analysis, behavioral finance
Prospect Theory, Existence of Nash Equilibria, Evolutionary stability
individual investor, portfolio management, private banking, mixture model, cluster analysis
Value at Risk, structured products, risk measure
Volatility asymmetry, leverage effect, short-selling, APARCH model
Ambiguity aversion, behavioral decision theory, cash holding policy, corporate finance
prospect theory, existence of Nash equilibria, evolutionary stability
optimal investments, non-concave utility function, prospect theory
Cumulative Prospect Theory, decisions under risk, risk-aversion, probability weighting, value function
Mass media, Television, Xenophobia, Attitudes towards foreigners, East Germany, Natural experiment
mass media, television, xenophobia, attitudes towards foreigners, East Germany, natural experiment
volatility asymmetry, leverage effect, analysts, investor attention
risk management, hedging, derivatives, regret aversion
Prospect Theory, Cumulative Prospect Theory, continuity, probability weighting, first-order stochastic dominance
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