Room W142, Williams Building, Hendon Campus, Middlesex University, London NW4 4BT
(Rescheduled from Wednesday 5 March 2014).
Professor in Economics Praveen Kujal presents his inaugural lecture 'Asset Market Bubbles'.
Praveen will take you for a walk through asset market bubbles in experimental markets and look at some behavioural issues. Bubbles and crashes are pervasive, elusive and little understood. Economic experiments have been a useful tool to study the formation and the nature of bubbles. Bubbles were first 'accidently' discovered in experiments by Smith, Suchanek and Williams (1988). Since then bubbles have been found to be robust to different variations such as short selling, buying on the margin, brokerage fee, a limit price change rule, stock broker participation, as well as participants playing with their own money.
To book a place at this free talk, contact Kim Rayment (email@example.com).
Praveen Kujal was born in Shimla, India, and is married with two boys. He completed his BA Honours and MA at the University of Delhi, before obtaining his MA and PhD from the University of Arizona. He joined Universidad Carlos III in 1993 and went on to teach at George Mason and Nova Lisboa Universities, before coming to Middlesex.
Praveen is a Research Affiliate at the Economic Science Institute (Chapman University) and has been a Research Professor at Chapman and George Mason Universities. He was the Associate Editor of Emerging Markets Review from 1995 to 2005.
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