Recent market events have shown that traditional economics and approaches to risk do not adequately describe real markets and their potential impact on financial portfolios, according to a study released Monday by BNY Mellon and Investor Analytics.

The study, titled “Tomorrow’s Risk Management: How behavioral economics, cognitive studies and complexity science add up to more than their own sum,” recommends that risk managers explicitly incorporate lessons about known human biases into market stress tests and scenarios.

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