International Center for Finance
Providing academic and professional support for research in financial economics.
The International Center for Finance (ICF) brings together faculty, students and practitioners to foster leadership in the understanding, practice and management of finance from multiple perspectives. Its goal is to support innovative research and educational activities within the context of Yale School of Management’s broader perspective of business for the benefit of society.
The Center offers data, technology, and support for empirical research and underwrites academic conferences that bring together distinguished researchers to cooperatively develop ideas.
Learn more about the ICF:
Behavioral Finance Research
The ICF is a leading center for research in behavioral science – specifically, research in the fields of behavioral decision-making, behavioral economics, and behavioral finance.
The center has compiled various historical databases which are available to scholars affiliated with the Center.
Our website also houses The Investor Behavior Project at Yale University, under the direction of Professor Robert Shiller since its beginning and now under the auspices of the Yale International Center for Finance.
The ICF plays a major role in supporting the training of MBAs and doctoral students who have focused on issues important to society.
Conferences & Seminars
Each year, the ICF organizes a number of academic conferences that bring together distinguished researchers to cooperatively develop ideas in addition to student and practitioner conferences.