Cortisol Shifts Financial Risk Preferences

March 6, 2014

Many influential models assume that financial risk preferences form a stable trait. Is this assumption justified? The research results in this paper by John Coates and eight co-authors suggest that physiology-induced shifts in risk preference may be an underappreciated cause of market instability.

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