For nearly a decade, it was thought that the relationship between income and happiness plateaued after $75,000. Is it really that simple?
The Unconscious Process Behind Financial Instability
Selim Aren has pioneered a niche field between experimental psychology and finance to understand perennial financial instability.
How to Protect An Aging Mind From Financial Fraud
While aging is inevitable, financial fraud in old age isn't. Elderly individuals in the US alone lose an estimated 3 billion dollars a year to financial scams. Our research offers insights into how we can prevent this troubling reality.
Optimism Is Good For Many Things, But Not Pension Savings
Optimism can keep us going and take us to great heights. But according to behavioral economics, too much of it can be detrimental to our finances
What Can George Costanza Teach Us About Making Better Investment Choices?
Many of us allow emotions to affect our decisions, which in the realm of investment can cause money to be lost and investment portfolios to suffer.
Are You Making Bad Financial Decisions Because of Information Avoidance?
Why don't we use of all the available information, which could help us make important financial decisions?