Behavioral Finance Lectures

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I’ve just uploaded the first 8 lec­tures in my Behav­ioral Finance class for 2012. The first few lec­tures are very sim­i­lar to last year’s, but the con­tent changes sub­stan­tially by about lec­ture 5 when I start to focus more on Schumpeter’s approach to endoge­nous money.

I don’t have time to write an out­line of the con­tent of these lec­tures here–maybe at the end of the year. For now, here are the videos.

Lec­ture 1: Indi­vid­ual Behavior

Lec­ture 2: Mar­ket Demand and Supply

Lec­ture 3: Finance Mar­kets Theory

Lec­ture 4: Finance Mar­kets Behavior

Lec­ture 5: Frac­tal and Inef­fi­cient Finance Markets

Lec­ture 6: The Sorry State of Macroeconomics

Lec­ture 7: Endoge­nous Money

Lec­ture 8: Mod­el­ing Endoge­nous Money


At my site, Debunk­ing Eco­nom­ics, we dig even deeper into these issues. Check out DE’s pre­view page here, if you’re inter­ested. SK


About Steve Keen

I am Professor of Economics and Head of Economics, History and Politics at Kingston University London, and a long time critic of conventional economic thought. As well as attacking mainstream thought in Debunking Economics, I am also developing an alternative dynamic approach to economic modelling. The key issue I am tackling here is the prospect for a debt-deflation on the back of the enormous private debts accumulated globally, and our very low rate of inflation.
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