U.S.-U.K. Conference on Behavioral Finance and Public Policy
RAND Behavioral Finance Forum
- A Recommender System to Nudge Consumers to Choose Mortgages and Houses that Match their Risks and TastesJohn G. LynchDuke University
The RAND Behavioral Finance Forum, an organization dedicated to helping consumers make better financial decisions, held a conference on behavioral finance and public policy on May 1, 2009, in Washington D.C. The purpose of the conference was to discuss new policy options in consumer finance with staff and members of Congress and other policymakers, and with representatives of academe and the financial industry. Captured in digital video, the conference highlighted new ideas intended to help consumers make better financial decisions and achieve better outcomes.
Professor, UCLA; Co-Founder of BeFi
University of Chicago
John G. Lynch
Cornell University and IDC
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