7 and 8 December 2015
The Financial Education and Investor Behavior Conference will discuss financial education actions and behavioral studies. Promoted by Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil and BM&FBOVESPA, supported by ANBIMA and Cetip, with the institutional support of IOSCO and the British Embassy, the event will feature the foremost Brazilian and international scholars and researchers, as well as representatives of regulatory and self-regulatory bodies in its 3rd Edition, to provide a multidisciplinary approach to the two themes, in the fields of psychology, economics, neuroscience, education, design and others, as public policy
Monday, December 07th, 2015
|08h20 – 09h20||Registration for the Conference|
|09h20 – 10h||
|10h – 10h40||
|10h40 – 11h||Coffee Break|
|11h – 12h30||
Panel 1 – Applying Behavioral Insights to Public Policies
|12h30 – 14h||Lunch|
|14h – 14h40||
|14h40 – 16h10||
Panel 2 – Topics in Economic Psychology
How to lower the incidence rates of scams? Is there a “Pinocchio’s nose” of scams? One that can be detected before it is too late? Are people's judgments of past and future inflation accurate? What effects do the citizen's expectations of inflation have on their economic behaviour and on the economy? Are inflation judgments related to financial and economic literacy? How can people be helped to make more accurate judgments of inflation and to make better economic decisions? Considering the existing heterogeneity of the market participants’ profiles (sophisticated and naïve), what is the regulator’s role regarding financial products?
|16h10 – 16h30||Coffee Break|
|16h30 – 18h||
Panel 3 – Impulsivity and decision makingCan high level cognitive biases be explained by low level feedback-based learning biases? What are the neural and developmental bases of the susceptibility to these biases? What is impulsivity? Is it a homogenous or a heterogeneous construct? What are the psychological mechanisms underlying impulsive behaviors?
Tuesday, December 08th, 2015
|08h30 – 09h||Registration for Day 2|
|09h00 – 10h30||
Panel 4 – Neurofinance and Financial FraudHow can neuroscience, psychology and economics combine to provide a better understanding of our financial decision-making behavior? What can the brain tell us about why, and who, we trust? When do we reciprocate trust? What factors lead us to either return favors or to betray those who have placed trust in us? What makes an advisor influential? Could there be a systematic approach to advising that one could employ to maximize influence over clients? Can psychology and neuroscience inform us about this question? Do people use such strategies when consulting others?
|10h30 – 11h||Coffee Break|
|11h - 11h40||
|11h40 – 13h||
Panel 5 - Brazilian experiences of financial education with new digital technologies
What are the challenges/opportunities posed by the new educational technologies to financial education? In an environment full of content, how can we retain the youth’s attention to a not so popular subject? How to face the challenge of creating effective and sustainable solutions? How to create a collaborative sustainable community and use peer-to-peer influence to increase efficiency?
|13h – 14h||Lunch|
|14h30 – 16h||
Panel 6 – Financial and Investor Education
|16h – 16h20||Coffee Break|
|16h20 – 17h20||
Panel 7 – Special Topics
|17h20 - 18h||
Session – Design and Financial Education
How is design related to financial education? How can design contribute to financial education? Which concrete solutions can design bring to financial education?
|17h20 – 18h||Closing Remarks|