Explaining Apparent Stock Market Anomalies

@inproceedings{Leong2002ExplainingAS,
  title={Explaining Apparent Stock Market Anomalies},
  author={Clint Tan Chee Leong and Michael J. Seiler and Mark A. Lane},
  year={2002}
}
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