EFFICIENT MARKETS HYPOTHESIS

by Andrew W. Lo
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29 The Adaptive Markets Hypothesis: Market Efficiency from an Evolutionary Perspective – Andrew W. Lo - 2004
UNDERSTANDING ASSET PRICES compiled by the Economic Sciences Prize Committee of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences THE ROYAL SWEDISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES has as its aim to promote the sciences and strengthen their influence in society. – unknown authors - 2013
17 Reconciling efficient markets with behavioral finance: The adaptive markets hypothesis – W. Lo, Ph. D - 2005
MODELING THE INTERACTIVE DRIVERS OF THE STOCK MARKET -- A SIMULATION-BASED APPROACH – David Kay-yong Goh - 1993
123 Asset pricing at the millennium – John Y. Campbell
31 Market force, ecology, and evolution – J. Doyne Farmer - 2000
Published in Financial Analysts Journal, January/February 1999 The Three P’s of Total Risk Management – Andrew W. Lo
17 The three p’s of total risk management – Andrew W. Lo, Andrew W. Lo Is Harris, Harris Group Professor At - 1999
History of the Efficient Market Hypothesis – Martin Sewell - 2011
78 Capital markets research in accounting – S.P. Kothari - 2001
46 Investor psychology in capital markets: evidence and policy implications – Kent Daniel , David Hirshleifer , Siew Hong Teoh - 2002
13 The Virtues and Vices of Equilibrium and the future of financial economics – J. Doyne Farmer, John Geanakoplos - 2009
53 Behavioral Economics: Past, Present, Future – Colin F. Camerer, George Loewenstein - 2003
4 A Conceptual History of the Emergence of Bounded Rationality – Matthias Klaes, Esther-mirjam Sent, Stirling Centre For Economic
Psychology, Financial Decision Making, . . . – Tommy Gärling, Erich Kirchler, Alan Lewis, W. Fred Van Raaij - 2010
Accessed: 30/03/2010 21:19 – F. Fama, Eugene F. Fama
8 A Brief History of Market Efficiency – Elroy Dimson, Massoud Mussavian - 1998
54 Mental Accounting, Loss Aversion, and Individual Stock Returns – Nicholas Barberis, Ming Huang - 2001
Behavioural finance and aggregate market behaviour: where do we stand? – Livio Stracca - 2002