Behavioral finance aims to understand and analyze the effects human behavior has when it interacts with financial markets.

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Measuring Behavioral Finance Effects in Fund/Portfolio Manager Analysis

I want to know if there are some standardized measures to evaluate how irrationally human a portfolio manager is. Are there any performance measures or scorings for behavioral finance effects? How ...
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Individual/casual investors and the bias towards blue-chip stocks?

There's quite a bit of research (example, [1]) teasing out the fact that home/casual/individual investors prefer stocks with large positive skewness. It surprised me, as I was reading a bunch of these ...
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How to implement the herding measure proposed by Lakonishok et. al (1992) in python

I would like to test for herding behaviour using the herding measure developed by Lakonishok et. al (1992) on a dataset containing trader transactions during 2013, however, i am having some trouble ...
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What is the intuition behind the relationship between herding and trade (or investment) size?

I am studying herding behavior among investors, in particular I found a u-shaped relationship between herding and trade (or investment) size. As such, traders with the smallest or the largest trades ...