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Working papers

CFF Working Papers


Carlsson Hauff, J., Carlander, A., Gärling, T., Nicolini, G. 2018. Stages of Retirement Financial Behavior Related to A New Survey Measure of Financial Literacy.

Gärling, T., Michaelsen, P. and Gamble, A. 2018. Young Adults’ Use of Consumer Credit Influenced by Scarcity Mindset, Attitude Towards
Credit, and Financial Involvement and Knowledge.

Gärling, T., Gamble, A., Duxbury, D. 2018. How emotions Influence Behavior in Financial Markets: A Conceptual Analysis and Emotion-based Account of Buy-Sell Preferences.


Koopman, S.J., Lucas, A., Zamojski, M. 2017. Dynamic term structure models with score-driven time-varying parameters:estimation and forecasting.

Mavruk, T. 2017. Does corporate social responsibility reduce local bias?

Mavruk, T. 2017. Local news and the change in local portfolios.

Fang, D., Noe, T. and Strack, P. 2017. Turning up the heat: The demoralizing effect of competition in contests.

Lindblom, T. and Elliot, V. 2017. Funds Transfer Pricing, Liquidity Premium and Market Structure.


Creal, D.D., Koopman, S.J., Lucas, A., Zamojski, M. 2016. Generalized Autoregressive Method of Moments. 

Fang, D., Noe, T. 2016. Skewing the odds: Taking risks for rank-based reward.

Gärling, T., Gamble, A., Klass, V. 2016. Buy and Sell Preferences in Financial Markets: Laboratory Experiments Investigating Influences of Anticipatory and Anticipated Emotions. Paper presented at the Research in Behavioral Finance Conference (RBFC) Sept 2016.

Zamojski, M. 2016. Filtering With Confidence: In-sample Confidence Bands For GARCH Filters.


Carlander, A., Johansson, L.-O. 2015. Trust as a strategy to cope with uncertainty in delegated portfolio management.

Siegmann, A., Stefanova, D., Zamojski, M. 2015. Hedge Fund Innovation.

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