Jennifer French

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  • Elena Asparouhova, Hendrik Bessembinder, Ivalina Kalcheva, Wayne Cooper, Kenneth Ferson, Jennifer French +12 others
  • 2009
Microstructure noise in security prices biases the results of empirical asset pricing specifications, particularly when security-level explanatory variables are cross-sectionally correlated with the amount of noise. We focus on tests of whether measures of illiquidity, which are likely to be correlated with the noise, are priced in the cross-section of(More)
PRIMARY OBJECTIVES To determine the usefulness of select balance and functional mobility measures in predicting fall risk in community dwelling persons with brain injury (BI) and to develop a model to quantify fall risk. RESEARCH DESIGN An exploratory pilot study to predict fall risk in persons with BI. Non-manipulated independent variable was fall status(More)
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