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Beyond performativity, how and why American courts should not have used Efficient market hypothesis [r-libre/1074]

Jovanovic, Franck (juin 2017). Beyond performativity, how and why American courts should not have used Efficient market hypothesis. Conférence présentée à HES annual conference, Toronto, Canada.

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Résumé : This article provides a critical perspective on the performativity of the Efficient Market Hypothesis. It showed that this hypothesis is a fiction that created a hyper-reality rather than performed financial markets. Its use by practitioners, particularly courts and judges in the United States, has created a dialogue of deaf and has generated a gap between the observation of real financial markets and the reality practitioners and academics observe from this fiction. This gap has created and fuelled several misunderstandings discussed in this article.
Déposant: Jovanovic, Franck
Responsable : Franck Jovanovic
Dépôt : 11 mai 2018 13:29
Dernière modification : 11 mai 2018 13:29

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