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Patterns of Productivity in the Finance Literature: A Study of the Bibliometric Distributions
This study finds a bibliometric regularity in the finance literature that the number of authors publishing n papers is about 1/n(superscript "c") of those publishing one paper. The authors find thatExpand
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A Stochastic Model of Superstardom: An Application of the Yule Distribution
This study employs a stochastic model developed by G. Udny Yule and Herbert A. Simon as the probability mechanism underlying the consumer's choice of artistic products and predicts that artisticExpand
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Patterns of Research Output and Author Concentration in the Economics Literature
This study finds that a strong bibliometric regularity exists in the publication pattern in the economics literature; the number of authors publishing n papers is approximately 1/n(superscript "c")Expand
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On the relation between intellectual collaboration and intellectual output: Evidence from the finance academe
This paper tests the relation between intellectual collaboration and the quality of the intellectual output using academic papers published in prestigious finance journals during 1988-2005. We useExpand
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Predicting the US bank failure: A discriminant analysis
Using discriminant analysis, we trace the US bank failures during the period from 2007 to 2010 to poor investment decisions and large exposure to systemic risk channels. Specifically, we find thatExpand
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Citation Patterns in the Finance Literature
Out of a total of 12,637 individuals who published at least one article in the leading finance journals over the past 25 years, the top 1% (10%) account for more than one third (three quarters) ofExpand
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Patterns of Research Output in the Accounting Literature: A Study of the Bibliometric Distributions
This study examines whether any regularity exists in the publication pattern among accounting researchers. The empirical results reveal that a strong bibliometric regularity exists in the accountingExpand
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The superstar phenomenon in the knowledge management and intellectual capital academic discipline
TLDR
This paper reports on the first documented attempt to investigate the presence of the superstar (or Matthew) effect in the knowledge management and intellectual capital (KM/IC) scholarly discipline. Expand
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The stock market reaction to fraudulent financial reporting
Explores the impact that recent fraudulent financial reporting has had on the capital markets. Attempts to examine the stock market reaction, both to return and risk, to fraudulent financialExpand
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Airfare price insurance: a real option model
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to examine the uncertainty of acquiring the lowest possible airfare when contemplating the purchase of a ticket. A real option model is applied to valueExpand
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