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CEPAR research paper receives Best Paper Award by the CFP Board Center for Financial Planning


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The Center for Financial Planning (CFP) Board announced CEPAR researchers Julie Agnew, Hazel Bateman, Christine Eckert, Fedor Iskhakov, Jordan Louviere, and Susan Thorp as the recipients of the 2021 CFP Center for Financial Planning Board Best Paper Award. The Award was presented virtually during the Center's fifth annual Academic Research Colloquium for Financial Planning and  Related Disciplines, which took place on November 11-16, 2021.

The CFP Colloquium is an international meeting of researchers, practitioners, graduate students and leaders of the financial planning practice. It brings renowned researchers from around the world to present their work on investments, psychology, behavioral finance and other financial planning-related fields to both scholars and practitioners.

"Every paper submitted to the Colloquium, and the corresponding academic research, plays an important role in advancing the financial planning profession," said CFP Board Center for Financial Planning Managing Director D.A. Abrams, CAE. "We congratulate the winners of the best paper awards, who were selected for demonstrating the highest research standards."

The 2021 CFP Center for Financial Planning Board Best Paper Award was awarded to:

CFP Board Center for Financial Planning Best Paper Award

Who Pays the Price for Bad Advice?: The Role of Financial Vulnerability, Learning and Confirmation Bias.

Julie Agnew, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, USA
Hazel Bateman, UNSW Business School, Sydney, Australia
Christine Eckert, UTS Business School, Sydney, Australia
Fedor Iskhakov, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
Jordan Louviere, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Susan Thorp, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

A full list of 2021 accepted papers is available here.