Київський національний економічний університет імені Вадима Гетьмана

Course in Behavioral Finance 19 Березня 2019р.

Course in Behavioral Finance (12 academic hours)

We are happy to announce a short course in Behavioral Finance held by Pavlo Illiashenko from TalTech School of Business and Governance (Estonia).  

Course description

Part I explores The foundations of behavioral finance.

InPart II we will discuss The behavioral finance implications for corporate finance and household finance

Par tIII explores Behavioral finance implications for financial markets efficiency (sentiment, limits to arbitrage,etc.).

Dates and location:

Lecture 1  - March 5th , 2019, 17.30-20.30

Lecture 2  - March 12th , 2019, 17.30-20.30

Lecture 3  - March 19th , 2019, 17.30-20.30

KNEU, 49g Dehtiarivska str., room #062

Audience: KNEU graduate and master-degree students with specialization in financial management, corporate finance and financial markets

Outcomes: certificate of accomplishment if the final grade is higher than 75% (no ECTS credits)
Grading: classroom participation 20%, written exam 80%
The course is free of charge
The registration is based on selection procedure
Application link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Xkuq62vP5MTyIoJ0-i2YKosbFC2b1ZGvotRDNcdtY1s/

Application deadline: February 26th, 2019 

FB link: https://www.facebook.com/events/2418473765088801/

About the lector:

Pavlo Illiashenko has more than 10 years’ experience in financial and economic analysis. During these years, Pavlo was mainly involved in financial market research and asset management, first as an equity research analyst and later as head research and asset management at one of Ukraine’s leading investment banks.
In 2014-2015, Pavlo was a member of the team consultants working on the transformation strategy for the Naftogaz and the reform of the Ukrainian natural gas market. Since 2010 to 2016 he was a member of the Ukrainian Stock Exchange index committee.
Since 2017, Pavlo holds a lecturer position at the School of Business and Governance at the Tallinn Technical University, where he teaches various finance courses at the bachelor and master level. Pavlo’s teaching is mostly focused on financial markets, investments, and various aspects of behavioral finance.
Pavlo holds a master’s degree in finance from the Kyiv National Economic University (2009). Since 2015, Pavlo enrolled in the doctoral program at the Tallinn University of Technology School of Business and Governance, where he explores the link between national culture and risk-taking behavior of investors and banks’ executives, as well as financial decision-making of households.

Organizer: Anna Kornyliuk, associate professor, Corporate Finance and Controlling Department
E-mail: anna.kornyliuk@kneu.edu.ua