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Game, set and match: the favorite long-shot bias in tennis betting exchanges
(Taylor & Francis, 2016) Artículo / Artikulua,
We test for the existence of Favorite-Longshot Bias (FLB) in tennis betting exchanges. Despite these being order-driven markets, with no direct participation from bookmakers, we have found very similar results to those ...
The role of investor type in the fee structures of pension plans
(Springer, 2016) Artículo / Artikulua,
We examine the role of the investor type in the fee structure of pension plans. Our examination uses a data set of employer-sponsored and individual private pension funds in Spain. We find different determinants of the ...
Behavioral biases never walk alone: an empirical analysis of the effect of overconfidence on probabilities
(SAGE, 2014) Artículo / Artikulua,
This paper presents evidence of the impact of overconfidence bias in asset prices drawn from a study based on data from tennis betting exchanges. A series of betting strategies in tournaments with a clear-cut favourite are ...
Is default risk the hidden factor in momentum returns? Some empirical results
(Wiley, 2014) Artículo / Artikulua,
This paper analyzes the role of default risk in the momentum effect focusing on data from four developed European stock markets (France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom). Using a market-based measure of default risk, ...
Does default probability matter in Latin American emerging markets?
(Taylor & Francis, 2013) Artículo / Artikulua,
We analyse the impact of default probability in four leading Latin American stock markets (Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico). We find no positive default risk premium except in the case of Brazil, and in fact find a ...