GREG B DAVIES, PhD
Based in London, Greg B Davies leads a global team of behavioural and quantitative finance specialists, and is responsible for the design and global implementation of Barclays’ Investment Philosophy.
Davies, Greg B. and Arnaud de Servigny. 2012. Behavioral Investment Management: An Efficient Alternative to Modern Portfolio Theory. McGraw-Hill.
Egan, Daniel, Greg B. Davies, and Peter Brooks. 2011. Comparisons of risk attitudes across individuals in Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science.
Davies, Greg. 2003. The realities of spending. Argent.
Davies, Greg B. 2006. Rethinking risk attitude: aspiration as pure risk. Theory and Decision.
Davies, Greg B. and Steven E. Satchell. 2007. The behavioral components of risk aversion. Journal of Mathematical Psychology.
Otto, Philipp, Greg B. Davies, and Nick Chater. 2007. Note on ways of saving: mental mechanisms as tools for self-control? Global Business and Economics Review
Otto, Philipp, Greg B. Davies, Nick Chater, and Henry Stott. 2009. From spending to understanding: analyzing customers by their spending behavior. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services.
Vlaev, Ivo, Nick Chater, Rich Lewis, and Greg B. Davies. 2009. Reason-based judgments: using reasons to decouple perceived price-quality correlation. Journal of Economic Psychology.
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