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Conference

2021 Academic Research Colloquium

The Center for Financial Planning will host the fifth annual Academic Research Colloquium for Financial Planning and Related Disciplines virtually on November 11-12 and 15-16, 2021.

November 11 - 16, 2021

CE ELIGIBLE SESSIONS

Many of the sessions will be eligible for Continuing Education credit. All of the sessions will bring together world-class researchers and practitioners from around the world. Topics will include:

Financial Planning  Behavioral finance 
 Psychology and human decision-making Portfolio choice 
 Behavioral finance Household finance
 Psychology and human decision-making Financial therapy, literacy and wellness 
 Consumer finance and regulation Human sciences

Practitioner Implication Sessions

These sessions will explore the implications of research on financial planning practice and will be led by an illustrious team of scholar-practitioners who have extensive financial planning practice experience and can apply that to relevant, impactful research.

A minimum attendance time of 20 minutes per session is required before earning CE credit.


 

THE REGISTRATION FEE FOR THE 2021 ACADEMIC RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM IS $49.

Registration Now Open

 

Keynote Speakers

John Beshears ARC
John Beshears, Ph.D.

Terrie F. and Bradley M. Bloom Associate Professor of Business Administration in the Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit Harvard Business School, Boston, MA

Faculty Research Fellow
National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA

Marie-Helene-Broihanne Key Note Speaker
Marie-Hélène Broihanne, PhD

Professor of Finance and researcher

LaRGE Research Center of University of Strasbourg

Wade D Pfau ARC
Wade D. Pfau, Ph.D., CFA, RICP

Program Director of the Retirement Income Certified Professional designation
Professor of Retirement Income The American College of Financial Services, King of Prussia, PA.

Principal and Director McLean Asset Management, Tysons, VA

Suzanne Shu, ARC
Suzanne Shu, Ph.D.

John S. Dyson Professor in Marketing
Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

SC Johnson College of Business and College of Agriculture & Life Sciences Cornell University, Ithaca, NY