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The Center for Financial Planning is pleased to share the latest edition of Financial Planning Review, the academic research journal focused on the disciplines related to financial planning, published by Wiley. Volume 2, issue 2 includes the following papers:


Acceptance of robo-advisors: Effects of financial experience, affective reactions, and self-enhancement motives

Christoph Hohenberger, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany

Chaiwoo Lee, MIT

Joseph Coughlin, MIT


The Personality disorders and money beliefs behaviors

Adrian Furnham, Norwegian Business School, Oslo, Norway


Success and satisfaction of women in financial planning

Jim Pasztor, CFP®, College for Financial Planning

Aman Sunder, College for Financial Planning

Rebecca Henderson, College for Financial Planning


Present bias and financial behavior

Jing Jian Xiao, University of Rhode Island

Nilton Porto, University of Rhode Island