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Journal Articles

Tuckett, D. & Chong, K. (2014). Constructing Conviction through Action and Narrative: How Money Managers Manage Uncertainty and the Consequences for Financial Market Functioning. Socio-Economic Review.

Tuckett, D., Smith, R. E. & Nyman, R. (2014) Tracking Phantastic Objects: A Computer Algorithmic Investigation of Narrative Evolution in Unstructured Data Sources. Social Networks. 

David Tuckett (2013) Tripping Over the Phantastic. Financial World September 2012 pp 27-28. 

David Tuckett (2012). Financial markets are markets in stories: Some possible advantages of using interviews to supplement existing economic data sources, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Volume 36, Issue 8, August 2012, Pages 1077-1087, ISSN 0165-1889, 

David Tuckett (2012). Putting Mind into Markets. World Financial Review, Jan-February 2012.  

David Tuckett (2009). Addressing the Psychology of Financial Markets.
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, Vol. 3, 2009 40.

David Tuckett and Richard Taffler (2008). Phantastic objects and the financial market's sense of reality: A psychoanalytic contribution to the understanding of stock market instability. The International Journal of Psychoanalysis 89 (2), 389-412 

Richard Taffler and David Tuckett (2007). Emotional Finance - Understanding what drives investors. Professional Investor.

Richard Taffler and David Tuckett (2007). In the mood for instability. Financial Times September 2007.

Conference Papers

Tuckett, D.,  Ormerod, P., Smith, R. & Nyman, R. (2014). Bringing Social-Psychological Variables into Economic Modeling: Uncertainty, Animal Spirits and the Recovery from the Great Recession, IEA World Congress June 6 - June 10, Jordan.

Working Papers

Tuckett, D. & Chong, K. (2013) Re-Thinking Uncertainty. UCL Psychoanalysis Emotional Finance Project, Working paper 2. Contact us for a copy.

Tuckett, D., and Ruatti, C., (2013) Radical Uncertainty and Decision-Making Theories: Towards an Action Framework. UCL Psychoanalysis Emotional Finance Project Working Paper no 4. Contact us for a copy.