RAND Behavioral Finance Forum

The RAND Behavioral Finance (BeFi) Forum is a year-long event that brings together academic, financial, and government leaders to share cutting-edge behavioral research in financial decisionmaking and related topics through an annual conference and webinar series.

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    RAND Behavioral Finance Forum 2020: Call for Papers

    The RAND Behavioral Finance Forum will be holding its annual conference in October 2020 in partnership with AARP. The forum has released its call for papers early to encourage researchers, policymakers, and practitioners to think about new research ahead of the conference.

Past BeFi Conferences

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    RAND Behavioral Finance Forum 2019

    Oct 3, 2019

    The RAND Behavioral Finance Forum brings together academic, financial, and government leaders to share cutting-edge behavioral research in financial decisionmaking. The 2019 annual conference will take place on Thursday, October 3, 2019, at AARP. [Washington, D.C.]

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    RAND Behavioral Finance Forum 2017

    Oct 24, 2017

    The RAND Behavioral Finance Forum brings together academic, financial, and government leaders to share cutting-edge behavioral research in financial decisionmaking. The 2017 annual conference was on Tuesday, October 24, 2017, at The Pew Charitable Trusts in Washington, D.C.

Past Conferences

BeFi Webinar Series

Following our annual showcase event in the fall, we will be conducting a series of hour-long webinars featuring a more in-depth look at behavioral finance topics. Like the BeFi Roundtable, the webinars provide an opportunity to exchange ideas that are at the cutting edge of behavioral finance and how they can be incorporated into public policy and efforts to improve financial decisionmaking and well-being.

Recommended webinars are below. A full list of past webinars are available online.

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