Vicki Bogan named editor of new journal from Center for Financial Planning
“I am very excited to be a part of the launch of Financial Planning Review. This interdisciplinary journal will offer academic researchers an important platform on which they can publish cutting-edge research related to household finance and financial planning issues,” says Bogan.
“By advancing the body of knowledge supporting the financial planning industry, this journal can make a significant contribution to the financial planning practitioner community.”
Bogan, the founder and director of the Institute for Behavioral and Household Finance at Cornell University, has been a member of the Dyson faculty since 2012. She has received numerous teaching awards and is frequently featured on television and radio shows and in newspaper articles about household finance and financial planning issues. Her research explores how market frictions affect investment decision-making behavior, with the goal of creating finance models that better explain observed behavior.
About the Center for Financial Planning
The Center for Financial Planning offers professionals, firms, educators, researchers, and experts opportunities for conducting and publishing new research that add to the financial planning body of knowledge, according to its website. It is set to begin publishing Financial Planning Review in mid-2018.
The new publication will be a double-blind, peer-reviewed academic journal and feature high-quality scholarly research about financial planning, portfolio choice, behavioral finance, household finance, psychology and human decision-making, financial therapy, literacy and wellness, consumer finance and regulation, and human sciences. Bogan will co-edit the journal with Chris Geczy from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and John Grable from the University of Georgia.
Read the full press release to learn more about the Center for Financial Planning and its new publication, Financial Planning Review.