This sneak is all about how your mind works when making financial decisions and how financial markets impact hereon. It starts out by discussing the fundamental difference between the traditional view in economics (rational agent paradigm) and the so-called behavioural view (bounded rationality). Subsequently, some important psychological biases are briefly explored - like anchoring, overconfidence, and loss aversion. How do these biases work? In which way do they affect your work as a risk manager? And what can be done from a practical point of view to make better decisions? Decision making benefits from financial market knowledge. The sneak will cover an important driver of recent market developments: the exceptional monetary policy measures. How do they impact markets and your work as a risk manager?
This might be interesting for people who are considering to attend the whole programme, but also for those interested in just doing one component. If the website or the regular information sessions left you with the question of what this programme is all about, feel free to join.
18:30 - Welcome
19:00 - Presentation Dr. Ronald Bosman
20:00 - Presentation Dr. Jan Willem van den End
21:00 - Drinks and the opportunity for further discussion
22:00 - Closing
For more information about the speakers and directions see invitation