An application of the information-adjusted noise model to the Shenzhen stock market,Editorial to the special issue of the International Journal of Managerial Finance - behavioral finance,Liquidity, investor sentiment and price discount of SEOs in Australia,Managerial overconfidence, government intervention and corporate financing decision,Starting points for a new researcher in behavioral finance,The impact of mad money recommendations during bull and bear markets
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