Lucy Ackert is professor of finance at the Coles College of Business. A former senior policy…
Georgia (Jan 20, 2010) — Lucy Ackert is professor of finance at the Coles College of Business. A former senior policy adviser for the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank, Ackert is an expert in behavioral finance, a nascent field which injects psychology into finance to better explain how decision makers make everyday financial decisions. Her first book, "Behavioral Finance: Psychology, Decision-Making and Markets," was published this winter and she is teaching a course on the subject this semester. Professor Ackert serves as a visiting scholar on the Atlanta Fed. She has a Ph.D. in financial economics from Emory University.Link To Website
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