|Daniel Chen, ETH Zurich
Tobias J. Moskowitz, University of Chicago and NBER
Kelly Shue, University of Chicago and NBER
under the Gambler's Fallacy: Evidence from Asylum Judges, Loan Officers,
and Baseball Umpires"
Discussant: Daniel Benjamin, Cornell University
Tom Chang, University of Southern California
Samuel M. Hartzmark, University of Chicago
David H. Solomon, University of Southern California
Eugene F. Soltes, Harvard University
Surprised by the Unsurprising: Earnings Seasonality and Stock Returns"
Discussant: Eric So, Massachusetts Institute of
Jon Kleinberg, Cornell University
Sendhil Mullainathan, Harvard University and NBER
Chenhao Tan, Cornell University
Thomas Zimmermann, Harvard University
"Inductive Testing: Theory and an Application to the Disposition
Discussant: Matti Keloharju, Aalto University
Francesco D’Acunto, University of California at Berkeley
Marcel Prokopczuk, Zeppelin University
Michael Weber, University of Chicago
in Finance Lingers: Jewish Persecution and Households' Investments"
Discussant: Paola Sapienza, Northwestern
University and NBER
Yihui Pan, University of Utah
Stephan Siegel, University of Washington
Tracy Yue Wang, University of Minnesota
Origin of Preferences: CEO Cultural Heritage and Corporate Investment"
Discussant: Ulrike Malmendier, University of
California at Berkeley and NBER
Chunxin Jia, Peking University
Yaping Wang, Peking University
Wei Xiong, Princeton University and NBER
and Differential Reactions of Local and Foreign Investors to Public News"
Discussant: Christopher Parsons, University of
California at San Diego