I teach the Behavioral Finance course at BI. It gives investors, investment managers, investment bankers, and corporate managers an understanding of investor and managerial behavior and its impact on financial markets. The emphasis is on psychological concepts that have implications for financial decision-making. 

I have also taught a course on Equity Investment Management. It surveys the most important theoretical concepts in the field of investment management, examines whether these theories are supported by empirical evidence, and identifies the practical implications for investment professionals.