Chen Xing Zhao

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A particularly popular form of environmental human‐computer interaction (HCI) research is the design and study of eco‐feedback technology, which is defined as technology that provides feedback on individual or group behaviors with a goal of reducing environmental impact (see Mccalley, L. Eco‐feedback technology is based on a two‐part hypothesis that (1)(More)
In this study, we investigate the effects of stock short-sale constraints on options trading by exploiting two U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rule changes under Regulation SHO: Rule 203 (locate and close-out requirements) and Rule 202T (temporary removal of short-sale price tests). We find that stock short selling activities decrease(More)
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