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Allianz Global Investors Presents | November 2011
Professor Shlomo Benartzi and Professor Richard Thaler on how Behavioral Finance can help investors to be better prepared for the future.​​
 
 
Allianz Global Investors Presents | November 2011
Professor Shlomo Benartzi and Assistant Professor of Marketing Hal E. Hershfield on how Behavioral Finance can help investors to bring their future into focus.
 
TED@AllianzGI Video | November 2011
In November 2011, Professor Shlomo Benartzi, of the UCLA Anderson School of Management and Chief Behavioral Economist of the Allianz Global Investors Center for Behavioral Finance, spoke at the TED@AllianzGI conference. His topic was how behavioral finance, a combination of psychology and economics, can help people avoid making “money mistakes” associated with retirement planning. One of the most effective behavioral finance tools is Save More Tomorrow™, a savings enhancement program that helps people overcome behavioral challenges so they can save adequately for retirement. The program shows that behavioral finance not only works but is also extremely powerful. Professor Benartzi chose the program’s name as the title of his new book, Save More Tomorrow: practical behavioral finance solutions to improve 401(k) plans, which presents this and other behavioral finance tools that address a wide range of retirement planning mistakes.
 
TED@AllianzGI Video | November 2011
Professor Dan Goldstein explores the battle between your present and future self – Every day, we make decisions that have good or bad consequences for our future selves. (Can I skip flossing just this one time?) Daniel Goldstein makes tools that help us imagine ourselves over time, so that we make smart choices for Future Us.
 
TED@AllianzGI Video | November 2011
Professor Richard Thaler, University of Chicago Booth School of Business highlights in his talk the behavioral principles that drive both money mistakes and comparable suboptimal behavior in the domain of sports. He describes the way in which professionals with a tremendous amount of data can still make the wrong decisions, and discusses how behavioral science can be applied to help investors make better financial decisions and athletes win games.
 
TED@AllianzGI Video | November 2011
Prof. John Payne, Duke University, explores the ramifications of information overload – the ways in which too much information can paralyze decision-making. He introduces three strategies for overcoming information overload, and help the audience to understand the ways in which they can approach the sheer volume of information in their lives in a different way.
 
TED@AllianzGI Video | November 2011
Professor Sheena Iyengar, Columbia Business School, discusses how people choose when confronted with a vast choice. She talks about strategies for dealing with what can sometimes be overwhelming choices in our lives, focusing on ‘the four C’s’. Iyengar explores ways in which strategies can help us to make better decisions in our everyday lives.
 
TED@AllianzGI Video | November 2011
Professor David Laibson of Harvard Business School discusses the foundation of failures of self-control, and why our good intentions are so often out of sync with our good behavior. He explores why we want to do the right thing, but when it’s time to do the hard work, we push it off to the future. Professor Laibson presents commitment strategies for IRAs, 401 (k) plans to overcome the failure of self-control.
 
TED@AllianzGI Video | November 2011
At the TED@AllianzGI conference at the Time Warner Center, New York, professor Dean Karlan of Yale University focuses on the difference between debt and credit in developing economies and helps the audience understand the challenges in determining when savings and microcredit programs work, and when they don’t. He discusses how commitment strategies can improve the results of saving and microcredit programs in any economy.
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