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Consumers’ acceptance of online pension investment advice relies on firm characteristics
While accounting for interaction satisfaction and demographics, C. Lourenço, B. Dellaert, and B. Donkers find that consumers’ perceptions of trust in and expertise of a firm providing online pension investment advice are important drivers of advice acceptance, and that these two constructs are clearly influenced by two key firm characteristics, profit orientation (for-profit vs. not-for-profit) and […]
World Investor Week 2019 at XLAB!
XLAB and CMVM organized and ran 2 work groups aiming at discover more about ZGeneration, namely its concerns about investment and savings. We counted on the participation of some ISEG students. More information here.
Women earn more than men in a matrilineal society
This is one result of the paper “On the Cultural Basis of Gender Differences in Negotiation” by S. Andersen, S. Ertac, U. Gneezy, J. A. List, and S. Maximiano, recently published in Experimental Economics. The authors use data from a lab in the field experiment and a natural field experiment to explore the negotiation culture in […]