Vicki Bogan, PhD
Vicki is a behavioral economist, who conducts research in the areas of financial economics and behavioral finance with an emphasis on investment decision-making behavior. Her research encompasses how information costs, transaction costs, and behavioral biases affect the way people invest in their household portfolios and the way firms make financial investment choices. Vicki is also the director of The Institute for Behavioral and Household Finance, a research center which aims to study investment decision making behavior with the goal of shedding light on how to better model observed financial behavior and to inform consumer finance behavior, consumer finance related policies, and regulation.
- Bogan, V. L. (2015). Household Asset Allocation, Offspring Education, and the Sandwich Generation. American Economic Review. 105 (5), 611-615.
- Bogan, V. L. (2014). Savings Incentives and Prices: A Study of the 529 College Savings Plan Market. Contemporary Economic Policy. 32 (4), 826-842.
- Bogan, V. L. (2012). Capital Structure and Sustainability: An Empirical Study of Microfinance Institutions. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 94 (4), 1045-1058.
- Bogan, V. and Just, D. (2009). What Drives Merger Decision Making Behavior? Don't Seek, Don't Find, and Don't Change Your Mind. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.72 (3), 930-943.
- Bogan, V. (2008). Stock Market Participation and the Internet. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. 43 (1), 191-212.