Behavioural Economics Keynote Speakers

Behavioural economics studies the effects of psychological, social, cognitive, and emotional factors influencing the economic decisions of individuals and institutions. Behavioural economics also looks at the consequences of these factors on market prices, returns, and resource allocation.

Professor of Finance at London Business School
Renowned expert on macroeconomics and demographics
Professor of Economics, London Business School and Fellow, All Souls, Oxford
Former Senior Advisor to the U.S. Chief Technology Officer in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
Chairman of the Financial Services Club
Former Governor of the Central Bank of Turkey
Winner 2001 Nobel Prize for Economics
Leading global economist widely respected for his understanding of macro economic trends and the accuracy of his forecasting
Derivatives Trader turned Behavioural Neuroscientist
American neuroscientist noted for her work on human morality, altruism and decision making
Former Trader, Risk Specialist and Author
Globally Recognised Economist and Leading Authority on Climate Change
Globally Renowned Behavioural Economist
2010 Joint Nobel Prize Winner for Economics
Professor Richard A. Werner is Chair in International Banking at the University of Southampton, UK and Director of its Centre for Banking, Finance and Sustainable Development.
Renowned CNN Business Correspondent
Technology Correspondent of the Spectator
Expert on later life