Jaap Bos

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Wilhelm Stekel, one of Freud's earliest followers , was expelled from the psychoanalytic movement in 1912 ostensibly because he did not know how to behave himself. Although he remained active as a psychoanalyst, his post-1912 work was mostly neglected, and consequently his historic import is seriously undervalued. The author reviews recent literature,(More)
  • Will J Armstrong, Johan Knif, James W Kolari, Seppo Pynnönen, Wolfgang Bessler, Ekkehart Boehmer +10 others
  • 2016
a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t According to the international arbitrage pricing theory (IAPT) posited by Solnik (1983), currency movements affect assets' factor loadings and associated risk premiums. Based on a novel universal return decomposition, we propose an empirical model to test this proposition and perform tests using U.S. stock returns in(More)
The value of debt tax shields in foundational valuation models by Nobel Laureates Modigliani and Miller (MM) continues to be a controversial issue that is central to our understanding of corporate finance. This paper contributes to this pivotal debate by proposing that the appropriate discount rate to value interest tax deductions available to levered(More)
According to the international arbitrage pricing theory (IAPT) posited by Solnik (1983), home currency movements affect factor loadings and associated risk premiums. We propose an empirical model to test this proposition and perform tests using U.S. stock returns in the period 1975-2008. Our results confirm that currency movements significantly affect the(More)
In the early history of psychoanalysis, the work of Wilhelm Stekel (1868-1940) was by and large neglected, even though he wrote a considerable number of psychoanalytic studies, some of which should be considered to have had a major influence on Freud's early thought. Freud, in turn, had much greater influence on Stekel than is commonly believed. In this(More)
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