This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 59 references in this bibliography folder.

Akerlof, G and Shiller, R (2009).
Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives the Economy, and Why It Matters for Global Capitalism
Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ.

DellaVigna, S (2009).
Psychology and Economics: Evidence from the Field
Journal of Economic Literature, 47(2):315-372.

Engelmann, J, Capra, C, Noussair, C, and Berns, G (2009).
Expert Financial Advice Neurobiologically “Offloads” Financial Decision-Making under Risk
PLoS ONE, 4(3):e4957.

Kay, J (2009).
The Long and the Short of It. A Guide to Finance and Investment for Normally Intelligent People Who Aren't in the Industry
The Erasmus Press, London.

King, M (2009).
Finance: A Return from Risk. Speech to the Worshipful Company of International Bankers, at the Mansion House, 17th March
Bank of England.

King, MA (2009).
Speech to the CBI Dinner
Nottingham at the East Midlands Conference Centre.

Shiller, R (2009).
The Sub-Prime Solution
Princeton University Press, Princenton NJ.

Simon, J, Millo, Y, and Kellard, N (2009).
The Fall of a Financial Elite: Hedge Funds and the Demise of the ‘Consensus Trade’, presented at the LSE, September 18th. A related paper is available here:
No source specified

Tettm, G (2009).
Fool’s Gold: How Unrestrained Greed Corrupted a Dream, Shattered Global Markets and Unleashed a Catastrophe
Little Brown, London.

Turner, A (2009).
The Turner Review: A Regulatory Response to the Global Banking Crisis
London FSA.

Mandelbrot, B and Hudson, R (2008).
The (Mis)Behaviour of Markets
Profile Books.

S.Dow (2008).
The Psychology of Financial Markets: Keynes, Minsky and Emotional Finance
SCEME, SCEME Working Papers: Advances in Economic Methodology(022/2008).

Soros, G (2008).
The New Paradigm for Financial Markets: The Credit Crisis of 2008 and what it Means
Public Affairs, New York.

Taleb, N and Triana, P (2008).
Bystanders to this Financial Crime Were Many
Miscellaneous publication, Financial Times.

Tuckett, D and Taffler, R (2008).
Phantastic Objects and the Financial Market’s Sense of Reality: A Psychoanalytic Contribution to the Understanding of Stock Market Instability
International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 89(2):389-412.

Berns, GS, Laibson, D, and Loewenstein, G (2007).
Intertemporal Choice - Toward an Integrative Framework
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 11(11):482-488.

Gigerenzer, G (2007).
Gut Feelings
Allen Lane and Penguin, London.

Goldthorpe, J (2007).
Rational Action in Sociology
In: On Sociology, vol. 1, chap. 8, Stanford University Press, Standford.

Prince, C (2007).
Quoted in the Financial Times
Miscellaneous publication.

Zweig, J (2007).
Your Money and your Brain: How the New Science of Neuroeconomics Can Help Make You Rich
Simon & Schuster, New York.

N.Stewart, Chater, N, and Brown, G (2006).
Decision by Sampling
Cognitive Psychology, 53(1):1-26.

Vlaev, I and Chater, N (2006).
Game Relativity: How Context Influences Strategic Decision Making
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 32(1):131-149.

Bechara, A and Damasio, A (2005).
The Somatic Marker Hypothesis: A Neural Theory of Economic Decision
Games and Economic Behavior, 52(2):336-372.

Berns, G, J.Chappelow, Zink, C, Pagnoni, G, Martin-Skurski, M, and Richards, J (2005).
Neurobiological Correlates of Social Conformity and Independence During Mental Rotation
Biological Psychiatry, 58(3):245-253.

Bogle, J (2005).
Reflections: The Mutual Fund Industry 60 Years Later: For Better or Worse?
Financial Analysts Journal, 61:15-24.