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Krannert Working Papers Series: 2000

Listed below are the year 2000 working papers of faculty and graduate students of the Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. These papers give Krannert scholars the opportunity to make the results of new and continuing research available in a timely fashion.  Many of the working papers are draft stages of articles which will eventually be published in reputable scholarly or professional journals.

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Krannert Working Papers - 2000

1127 Sugato Chakravarty and Kai Li, An Analysis of Own Account Trading by Dual Traders in Futures Markets: A Bayesian Approach

1128 Sugato Chakravarty, Stealth Trading: The Next Generation

1129 S.G. Badrinath and Sugato Chakravarty, Are Analyst Recommendations Informative?

1130 Sugato Chakravarty and Asani Sarkar, The Determinants of Liquidity in U.S. Corporate Municipal and Treasury Bond Markets

1131 Vivian Lei and Charles Noussair, An Experimental Test of an Optimal Growth Model

1132 Paul Healy and Charles Noussair, Bidding Behavior in the Price is Right Game: An Experimental Study

1133 Kent D. Miller and Zur Shapira, Behavioral Option Theory: Foundations and Evidence

1134 Kent D. Miller, Knowledge Inventories and Managerial Myopia

1135 Gabriele Camera, Charles Noussair, and Steven Tucker, Rate-of-Return Dominance and Efficiency in an Experimental Economy

1136 Timothy B. Folta and Jay J. Janney, Signaling for Resource Acquisition: Private Equity Placements by Technology Firms

1137 Michael R. Baye, Dan Kovenock, and Casper G. de Vries, Comparative Analysis of Litigation Systems: An Auction-Theoretic Approach

1138 Sugato Chakravarty and Asani Sarkar, Do Differences in Transparency Affect Trading Costs? Evidence from U.S. Corporate, Municipal and Treasury Bond Markets