General Information Prospect theory, as originally developed and subsequently refined by Kahneman and Tversky, is widely regarded as the most sophisticated theoretical achievement of behavioral economics. Its great importance, especially with respect to the concepts… more »
CEAR is excited to co-sponsor this year’s 13th International Microinsurance Conference 2017 hosted by Munich Re Foundation. CEAR is facilitating the Academic Track of the conference as well as hosting the Pre-conference Seminar on recent… more »
James entered the accounting doctoral program in the Fall of 2014. His research interests lie within the realm of experimental managerial accounting and focus on agency theory, risk, and social norm theory in accounting settings.