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Working Papers Series 1998

Listed below are the working papers of faculty and graduate students of the Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. These papers give scholars the opportunity to make the results of new and continuing research available in a timely fashion. Many of the working papers are draft stages of articles which will eventually be published in reputable scholarly or professional journals.

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Working Papers - 1998

1110 Charles Noussair, Kenneth Matheny, and Mark Olson, An Experimental Study of Decisions in Dynamic Optimization Problems

1111 Jerry G. Thursby and Sukanya Kemp, An Analysis of Productive Efficiency of University Commercialization Activities

1112 John J. McConnell and Sunil Wahal, Do Institutional Investors Exacerbate Managerial Myopia?

1113 John J. McConnell, Mehmet Ozbilgin and Sunil Wahal, Spinoffs, Ex Ante

1114 Sugato Chakravarty and John J. McConnell, Does Insider Trading Really Move Stock Prices?

1115 William T. Robinson and Sungwook Min, Is the First to Market the First to Fail?: Empirical Evidence for Manufacturing Businesses

1116 Margaretha Hendrickx, What can Management Researchers Learn from Donald Campbell, the Philosopher? An Exercise in Philosophical Hermeneutics

1117 Thomas H. Brush, Philip Bromiley and Margaretha Hendrickx, The Free Cash Flow Hypothesis for Sales Growth and Firm Performance

1118 Thomas H. Brush, Constance R. James and Philip Bromiley, Comparing Alternative Methods to Estimate Corporate and Industry Effects

1119 Charles Noussair, Stéphane Robin and Bernard Ruffieux, Bubbles and Anti-crashes in Laboratory Asset Markets with Constant Fundamental Values

1120 Vivian Lei, Charles N. Noussair and Charles R. Plott, Non-Speculative Bubbles in Experimental Asset Markets: Lack of Common Knowledge of Rationality vs. Actual Irrationality