John Andrew Carlson

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This paper suggests a plausible microstructural connection between rational speculative activity and exchange rate volatility. When Friedman (1953) claimed that rational speculators must smooth exchange rates, he excluded interest rate differentials from his interpretation of speculator behavior. Informed, rational speculators who consider interest(More)
This paper documents clustering in currency stop-loss and take-profit orders, and uses that clustering to provide an explanation for two familiar predictions from technical analysis: (1) trends tend to reverse course at predictable support and resistance levels, and (2) trends tend to be unusually rapid after rates cross such levels. The data are the first(More)
Recent research has revealed a wealth of information about the microeconomics of currency markets and thus the determination of exchange rates at short horizons. This information should help in designing exchange-rate models. This paper analyzes an existing model that was previously demonstrated to be consistent with most of the major puzzles that have(More)
Purpose. Canaliculitis is classically associated with Actinomyces species, which are filamentous bacteria; the purpose of this study was to evaluate the extent to which nonfilamentous bacteria colonize canalicular concretions by using graded histopathological analysis. Methods. This is a series of 16 cases. The percentage of Gram-positive/Gomori's(More)
Polyarteritis nodosa (PAN) is a rare systemic necrotizing vasculitis of small and medium sized arteries. We report a case of a 49-year old woman who presented with PAN following exposure to silicone breast implants. Although the relationship between silicone implants and connective tissue diseases has been investigated in the literature, no prior reports(More)
  • Hwee Kwan, Keen Meng Choy, Min Kyung Sam, Lim Sung Joo, Blockinmichael Blockingraff, Lim Sung +26 others
  • 2009
The Journal of Business Cycle Measurement and Analysis is jointly published by the OECD and the Centre for International Research on Economic Tendency Surveys (CIRET) to promote the exchange of knowledge and information on theoretical and operational aspects of economic cycle research, involving both measurement and analysis. Analysis. Each periodical(More)
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