399. John Howe – Behavioral Economics and Retirement

John Howe is Professor of Finance and holds the Missouri Bankers Chair in the Department of Finance at the University of Missouri – Columbia (MU). He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). He has been a visiting scholar at the University of Cambridge (U.K.) and the Queensland University of Technology (Australia).  John’s research interests include behavioral economics/finance, corporate governance, and banking. He has published extensively in the major academic journals in finance and accounting.  He has served on the board of directors of two startup companies, on the boards of a bank and its holding company, as well as on three non-profit boards.  John has won numerous teaching awards. He has taught undergraduate, MBA, executive MBA, and Ph.D. classes. He has also taught courses for the banking group UBS (Switzerland) as well as for the Missouri Bankers Association.  He is co-author (with Robb Corrigan) of the book The Foolish Corner: Avoiding Mind Traps in Personal Financial Decisions (Stuart Charles Group, 2017, available on Amazon). He publishes a free monthly newsletter on behavioral economics, Behavioral New World, available at: https://johnhowe.substack.com/




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