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David Hirshleifer
David Hirshleifer
Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, and National Bureau of Economic
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A theory of fads, fashion, custom, and cultural change as informational cascades
S Bikhchandani, D Hirshleifer, I Welch
Journal of political Economy 100 (5), 992-1026, 1992
89771992
Investor psychology and security market under‐and overreactions
K Daniel, D Hirshleifer, A Subrahmanyam
the Journal of Finance 53 (6), 1839-1885, 1998
74521998
Driven to Distraction: Extraneous Events and Underreaction to Earnings News
D Hirshleifer, SS Lim, SH Teoh
The Journal of Finance 64 (5), 2289-2325, 2009
3519*2009
Investor psychology and asset pricing
D Hirshleifer
The journal of Finance 56 (4), 1533-1597, 2001
33672001
Learning from the behavior of others: Conformity, fads, and informational cascades
S Bikhchandani, D Hirshleifer, I Welch
Journal of economic perspectives 12 (3), 151-170, 1998
26861998
Limited attention, information disclosure, and financial reporting
D Hirshleifer, SH Teoh
Journal of accounting and economics 36 (1-3), 337-386, 2003
21652003
Are overconfident CEOs better innovators?
D Hirshleifer, A Low, SH Teoh
The journal of finance 67 (4), 1457-1498, 2012
16562012
Price Theorv and Applications
D Hirshleifer, SH Teoh
1428*1988
Does investor misvaluation drive the takeover market?
M Dong, D Hirshleifer, S Richardson, SH Teoh
The Journal of Finance 61 (2), 725-762, 2006
14032006
Overconfidence, arbitrage, and equilibrium asset pricing
KD Daniel, D Hirshleifer, A Subrahmanyam
The Journal of Finance 56 (3), 921-965, 2001
13132001
Herd behaviour and cascading in capital markets: A review and synthesis
D Hirshleifer, S Hong Teoh
European Financial Management 9 (1), 25-66, 2003
12622003
Security analysis and trading patterns when some investors receive information before others
D Hirshleifer, A Subrahmanyam, S Titman
The Journal of finance 49 (5), 1665-1698, 1994
10001994
Investor psychology in capital markets: Evidence and policy implications
K Daniel, D Hirshleifer, SH Teoh
Journal of monetary economics 49 (1), 139-209, 2002
9872002
Do investors overvalue firms with bloated balance sheets?
D Hirshleifer, K Hou, SH Teoh, Y Zhang
Journal of Accounting and Economics 38, 297-331, 2004
9272004
Innovative efficiency and stock returns
D Hirshleifer, PH Hsu, D Li
Journal of financial economics 107 (3), 632-654, 2013
8042013
Managerial conservatism, project choice, and debt
D Hirshleifer, AV Thakor
The Review of Financial Studies 5 (3), 437-470, 1992
7961992
A theory of overconfidence, self-attribution, and security market under-and over-reactions
KD Daniel, DA Hirshleifer, A Subrahmanyam
Self-Attribution, and Security Market Under-and Over-Reactions (February 19 …, 1997
5261997
Behavioral finance
D Hirshleifer
Annual Review of Financial Economics 7, 133-159, 2015
4872015
Limited investor attention and stock market misreactions to accounting information
D Hirshleifer, SS Lim, SH Teoh
The Review of Asset Pricing Studies 1 (1), 35-73, 2011
4672011
Residual risk, trading costs, and commodity futures risk premia
D Hirshleifer
The Review of Financial Studies 1 (2), 173-193, 1988
4041988
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